The Dance Enthusiast's Audience Review Contest: Win a One-Year Subscription to Marquee.TV for Yourself AND a Friend
Get Enthused for Marquee.TV’s Fall Dance Season!
This holiday season, we invite you to "Write Up" for the dance community by sharing thoughts on what you see in our Audience Review section. So, join the conversation. It's EZ. It's fun. Your efforts support artists. AND, you could even win a prize from Marquee.TV!
Designed for a 21st century audience, Marquee.TV is the only digital subscription service offering dance, opera, music, theatre, and documentaries — a diverse mix of on-demand content from recent productions at artistic powerhouses the world over.
Imagine being able to watch/catch up with performances staged at the Royal Opera House, Glyndebourne and Sadler’s Wells (UK), or Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival (US) without ever leaving your couch.
Did we mention the pristine HD quality? Or how content is accessible on any IOS or Android device? More in this Dance News piece.
Now that we’ve got your attention, it’s time to get enthused!
WHAT’S ON THE TABLE?
- One lucky winner will receive a one-year Marquee.TV subscription for yourself, PLUS another for a friend
- Everyone who enters will receive a 20% discount code off your first-year subscription
HOW DO I ENTER?
- Share an audience review of any dance performance HERE; it can be a live performance or a digital one on *Marquee.TV. Multiple entries are more than welcome.
*To start your free 14-day trial, visit www.marquee.tv.
Enter from now until December 16, 2018 11:59pm EST. Only open to individuals in the US, UK, and Canada. One lucky winner will announced on Saturday, December 17.
Nothern Ballet's 1984. Photo © Guy Farrow.
DANCE HIGHLIGHTS ON MARQUEE.TV THIS FALL 2018
1) A Collaboration Between Greats: Rules Of The Game
Choreographer Jonah Bokaer, architect Daniel Arsham and musician Pharrell William join forces to reimagine Pirandello’s 1918 play of the same title. Evoking both the avant garde and the absurd, Rules Of The Game is a multidisciplinary work for 8 dancers.
2) Northern Ballet’s wonderfully unsettling 1984
Winston Smith lives in a world of absolute conformity, his every action is scrutinized by Big Brother. However, when Winston meets Julia he dares to rebel by falling in love. Based on George Orwell's masterpiece and created by Guest Choreographer and former Royal Ballet dancer Jonathan Watkins, 1984 will change the way you think about ballet.
Check out this Audience Review of Northern Ballet Theatre at Edinburgh Festival in 2009! Yes, we've been publishing Audience Reviews for a decade now!
3) Batsheva Dance Company in Naharin’s Virus
Adapted from Peter Handke’s anti-play “Offending the Audience” and enriched by Ohad Naharin’s innovative, movement language Gaga, the Bessie-award winning Naharin’s Viruse xemplifies the choreographer’s aesthetic with the sole purpose of showing the reality of a moment in space.