Sans Limites Dance Winter Season 2015: "You Were Once Wild Here, Don't Let Them Tame You"
Sans Limites Dance
“You were once wild here, don’t let them tame you.” -Isadora Duncan
The Sans Limite Dance Winter Season 2015 will present innovative works that aim to push past the definitions that currently confine dance. Diverse disciplines and styles, ranging from highly technical/athletic dance to gesture/performance-art based movement, make for a dynamic showcase of emerging and mid-career choreographers that are reimagining the the way we see dance in New York City.
1. Wednesday, December 2nd @ 7PM
2. Saturday, December 5th @ 8PM
GUEST COMPANIES/CHOREOGRAPHERS: Mersiha Mesihovic/CircuitDebris (Lounsbery Awardee), Awaken Dance Theater(choreographer Rebekka Nodhturft), mishiDance (choreographer Mishi Castroverde), Praevado Dance Collective (choreographer Holly Maddock), Robert Redick & Alexis Robbins
1. Thursday, December 3rd @ 7PM
2. Saturday, December 5th @ 2PM
GUEST COMPANIES/CHOREOGRAPHERS: Dance into Deliverance(choreographer Jessica Ray), Janeill Cooper, Mook Dance Company(choreographer Winnie Berger), CoreDance Contemporary (choreographer Rebecca McCormac; December 5th show only) & Smashworks Dance Collective (choreographer Ashley McQueen)
1. Friday, December 4th @ 8PM
2. Sunday, December 6th @ 2PM
GUEST COMPANIES/CHOREOGRAPHERS: LatticeWorks Dance Collective (Lounsbery Awardee), Christina D'Arrigo, Humanistics Dance Company (choreographer Kimberly Prosa), Machine H Dance(choreographer Stephanie Deere), CoreDance Contemporary(choreographer Rebecca McCormac; December 6th show only) & Roschman Dance (choreographer Sean Roschman)
*NOTE: The work of Sans Limites Dance Artistic Director, Diana Pettersen, will be performed at every show; as will the choreography of SLD Soloist, Susanne McHugh. Works choreographed by Sans Limites Dance will be performed by Lyric Reed Anderson, Tyler Clark, Lindsey Marlene, Susie McHugh, Ashley McQueen & Debbie Schneider.*
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