Dance Works-in-Progress

Dixon Place
161 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Curated by Kimberly Brandt. July 7 Kelly Bartnik, the no piece. the no piece. is a sextet, inspired by the music of the band themselves, that seeks to examine the role of individual identity relative to the identity of an entire group. The work explores how the viewer's perception changes when the performers' identities are stripped away. Anne Gadwa presents Jaded Hokey Love Dance: Back with a Vengeance. The circus tricksters and sexy cowbois that serenaded you in their underwear last Pride at the WOW Café return for an encore performance with more than a few new twists and pirouettes. Carlos Fittante presents Smile A dramatic solo juxtaposing Baroque dance and gesture with pop Broadway music sung by Judy Garland; Eden innocent lovers lost in Tantric ecstacy; and Fandango (premiere), a bare chested Contemporary dance, castanets, and spirited music by Luigi Boccherini (1798). July 14 Jen Abrams' Cherry Pie A roller-coaster ride in dance and text through the contradictions of intimacy, from the ridiculous to the sublime to the disturbingly familiar. My Name & Co. with Pedro Osorio and Bryan Kepple A story of 7 tight pairs of jeans, a disco ball, and a night stick. A dream where the only sinner is the viewer. Are you guilty as charged? Peter Sciscioli A new mixed media work, fusing dance, text, and live music. Part of Dixon Place's HOT Festival. Appropriate for audiences 15+.

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