The Dance Gallery

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Address: 30 East 31st Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY    10016

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Dance On A Shoestring  | Open: 02/07/14 Close: 02/08/14
New York Theatre Ballet presents Dance on a Shoestring at The Dance Gallery, 30 East 31st Street, 5th Floor, NYC.  Performances are on Friday, February 7 at 7pm, and Saturday, February 8 at 7pm.  Tickets are $15 and space is limited.  To make a reservation, call 212-679-0401 x1 or email info@nytb.org.  Visit www.nytb.org for more information. 

 

NYTB has produced its studio series, Dance on A Shoestring, for many years, which enables established and developing artists to try out new ideas. The performances are offered in a venue where the community groups can come to see high quality ballet offered by “their” neighborhood company at affordable prices.

 

The program includes:

 

An excerpt from The Alice-In-Wonderland Follies

Choreography by Keith Michael

 

Libera!

Choreography by Marco Pelle

 

Run Loose

Choreography by Gemma Bond

 

Jazz

Choreography by Antonia Franceschi with an original score by Allen Shawn

 

Three Shades of Blue

Choreography by Dan Siretta with an original score by Lynn Crigle

Dance On A Shoestring  | Open: 02/01/13 Close: 02/02/13
NYTB has produced its studio series, Dance on a Shoestring, for many years, which enables established and developing artists to try out new ideas. The performances are offered in a venue where the community groups can come to see high quality ballet offered by "their" neighborhood company at affordable prices.


This popular and affordable series has guests David Parker and The Bang Group, Pam Tanowitz, Marco Pelle, Antonia Franceshi, Gemma Bond, Amber Sloan, and Yukiko Kashiki. We also had the chance to show works by Keith Michael, Merce Cunningham, Antony Tudor, Jose Limon, Philip King, James Waring, and James Sutton. The work presented this season will be a combination of classic ballets, new works, and popular NYTB productions. Four different programs will be presented each for two consecutive Friday and Saturday evenings from 7-8 pm. Special choreography for children from the NYTB training school is often included in the program.


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