Ballet Hispanico, Photo: Paula Lobo
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The Dance Enthusiast Picks: July 1-16

The Dance Enthusiast Picks: July 1-16

Published on June 30, 2016
Dane Shitagi for The Ballerina Project

Not To Be Missed Summer Dance: Indoors, Outdoors, Classic Greats,New Sensations--DANCE RULES!

Welcome to a sneak peek of the dancin' events that we Dance Enthusiast's think you must see during the first two weeks of July.  Of course there's more! For the full list of TDE picks for July 1-16th, 2016, Check out our Dance Enthusiast Picks Newsletter and Subscribe so you'll always be in the loop. #getenthused and #go see dance!


 


Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE, a Dance Company at The Joyce
July 1-3

Ronald K. Brown’s company integrates traditional and spiritual dances of the African diaspora using music, text, and dance to tell physical stories of the human condition. In celebration of Gay Pride Month, EVIDENCE presents a revival of Brown’s Bessie Award winning "Better Days," examining love, sexuality, and identity. For More Info on this Must see Company Click Here

Ayodele Casel

 

 

Gibney Dance Company presents dance-mobile
July 9-30

dance-mobile is an ongoing series of free outdoor performances in parks throughout the city. Another way of “making space for dance,” Gibney Dance hopes to raise awareness of the power of movement by increasing access to dance by bringing it into public spaces in our communities. For these performances, Associate Artistic Director Amy Miller will create a brand new work to be premiered by the Company. For More Info on this Fabulous Free Performances Click Here

Photo Courtesy of Gibney Dance

 

Infinity Dance Theater's 20th Anniversary Season
July 14-16

Join Infinity Dance Theater for "As We Are", the company’s 20th Anniversary Season, featuring dynamic works performed by dancers with disabilities. The program will begin with Artistic Director Kitty Lunn’s classic solo "In Time Like Air" (Peter Pucci, choreographer) and conclude with the world premiere of Lunn’s new ensemble work "Stardust", which was inspired by the words of Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, who wrote that “we are not figuratively, but literally stardust.” For More Info on this Company of Possiblity Click Here

Photo by Sophia Negron

 

THIS HAS BEEN A SNEAK PEEK OF THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST TOP PICKS. TO DISCOVER EVERYTHING WE ARE ENTHUSED ABOUT IN THE UPCOMING WEEKS TAKE A LOOK AT OUR NEWSLETTER AND SUBSCRIBE!


 

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