Dear friends and colleagues,
We are now seeking male and female dancers in different styles to join us in this journey. Dancers can audition for more than one choreographer/style.
If you are interested please find all details below, if you know anybody who might enjoy the experience, please pass it along.
DANCERS AUDITION DATE: Monday November 23, 2015
PLACE: Little Theater @ LaGuardia Performing Arts Center
(LaGuardia Community College-CUNY)
ADDRESS: 31-10 Thomson Avenue, Long Island City, NY
DIRECTIONS: 7 Train to 33/Rawson or E/M/R to Queens Plaza
Rehearsal start date: Monday, January 4, 2016
Performances: Monday February 22 & Tuesday February 23, 2016
Choreographer: Jacqueline Dugal
Style: Dance theatre/contemporary modern.
Seeking: Diverse group of men & women.
Notes: Must be comfortable with improvisation, floor work, and partnering. Dancers who are comfortable speaking on stage are a plus. Actors with some dance experience are also encouraged to audition if interested.
Choreographer: Pavel Machuca
Style: Physical theater.
Seeking: 4 dancers; either gender.
Notes: Must be comfortable with process-oriented development; plus (but not required) groundwork.
Choreographer: Natalia Roberts
Style: Ballet, Contemporary, Hip-Hop and Saturday-night-dance-circle dancing.
Seeking: A few dancers, male and female.
Notes: Dancers with great stage presence, lots of personality, and a spunky, happy demeanor. May be required to partner or improv, so should be comfortable with both of these! Dancers predisposed to dancing around alone in their living room are particularly welcome.
Choreographer: Kris Seto/Shoey Sun
Style: Contemporary fusion.
Seeking: Smart dancers (male and female) who are in tune with their bodies and their creative impulses.
Notes: We’re looking for strong performers who have the capacity as artists to make interesting choices as well as deliver a range of intentions and emotions.
Watch the Emerging Choreographer Series Promo
Movement Theater training class demonstration at CUMBE Dance Center as part of New York Foundation for the Arts Bootstrap Festival
We would like to thank Woodside on The Move and Queens Council on the At for their support and collaboration