IABD'S 30th Anniversary Celebration Continues with:
Company Performances explore the many forms, styles and techniques within dance as each company work that encapsulates the expression and voice from a diverse group of choreographers.
Saturday, January 16, 2021 | TICKETS
9:00 - 10:30 PM ET
With Performances by:
Duke Ellington School of the Arts
Lula Washington Dance Theatre
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
In Process with Bobbi Jene Smith
January 15 - January 17, 2021
Friday and Saturday at 7PM (EST);
Sunday at 12 noon (EST)
Pay What You Can $5 - $25
92Y Harkness Dance Center Announces Submissions Open for the Fourth Annual MOBILE DANCE FILM FESTIVAL ~ Deadline May 1
92Y Harkness Dance Center Announces Submissions are Open for the Fourth Annual
MOBILE DANCE FILM FESTIVAL
THE ONLY FILM FESTIVAL TO PRESENT DANCE FILMS SHOT SOLELY ON MOBILE DEVICES
Submissions Open through May 1
Festival Screening Date
Saturday, July 31
New York, NY: January 12, 2021 -- 92Y announces that submissions are open for the fourth annual 92Y Mobile Dance Film Festival -- the only dance film festival featuring works shot entirely on mobile devices. Filmmakers may submit up to three films across three categories: standard, AR and VR, and a new student film category for anyone currently enrolled in a high school, university, or equivalent certificate program. Submission deadline is May 21, 2021.
The 2020 Festival featured 30 Official Selections from more than 152 submissions from around the world, including Australia, Brazil, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Papua New Guinea, Russia, Uruguay and the US. The Official Selections included the Festival’s first-ever animated mobile dance film.
For additional information and submission forms, please click here https://www.92y.org/dance/mobile-dance-film-festival.aspx
Threads Dance Project is seeking an ethnically diverse group of dancers ages 21 and older. Men, women, and gender fluid dancers encouraged to apply. Threads is seeking versatile dancers that are quick learners and are fluent in a variety of dance forms. Rehearsals begin March 1, 2021.
AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD IN THREE TIME SLOTS TO ACCOMMODATE SMALL GROUPS:
Thursday February 4: Check in – 6:15PM, Audition – 6:30-8:00PM
Friday February 5: Check in – 9:15AM, Audition – 9:30-11:00AM
Friday February 5: Check in – 1:15PM, Audition – 1:30-3:00PM
Alternative audition format is available upon request.
Location: Threads Dance Nexus | 2213 Snelling Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, 55404
Dancers must register for one audition time slot by Wednesday, January 20, 2021 as space will be limited, and upload a headshot and resume via the google form provided below.
Please come prepared to dance in a mask. Masks are REQUIRED in the building and all other Covid-19 safety precautions will be strictly followed.
Threads Dance Nexus offers free parking and free side street parking, is a 5 minute walk from the Franklin Light Rail Station, 2-5 minute walk from nearest bus stops (lines 2, 9, 22, 67).
To register, please follow this link.
For more information and to register for a time slot, contact:
Karen Christ Aalgaard, Rehearsal Manager: email@example.com, (641) 512-7376
AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE ANNOUNCES THE CANCELLATION OF 2021 SEASON AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE
DIGITAL AND OUTDOOR PERFORMANCES PLANNED FOR THE FIRST HALF OF 2021
American Ballet Theatre announced today the cancellation of its 2021 Season at the Metropolitan Opera House. The season, originally planned for June and July of 2021, has been cancelled due to health and safety concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and restrictions on non-essential gatherings.
In the months ahead, American Ballet Theatre plans robust offerings of new choreography, created in remote ballet bubbles under strict medical and health guidelines in upstate New York and Southern California, and additional locations to be announced. Digital productions and outdoor socially distanced performances around the United States are planned for
spring 2021. Outdoor performances in and around New York City are in the works for summer 2021.
Find out more here
January 9 - 13
Pepatián's Bronx Artist Now Showcase
Featuring dance, performance and music via an online showcase at events presented in collaboration with BAAD! Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Bronx Music Heritage Center, Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture, and Pregones/PRTT Theater, as well as an online showcase. RSVP HERE
January 8 - the motown project
Featuring Thomas Flippin (guitar), Steven Herring (vocals), Barrington Lee (vocals), Jason Moran (piano), and Reggie Washington (bass) in collaboration with choreographer Amy Hall Garner, the motown project reimagines Motor City poetics in a study of desire and infatuation only soul and opera embodied by one chanteuse could endure.
January 9 - Part of FERUS Festival 2021
Kyle Abraham and producer Jlin have come together to create a new commission exploring death, folklore, and reincarnation through a reimagining Mozart’s Requiem in D Minor. The duet features Keerati Jinakunwiphat and Jae Neal from A.I.M by Kyle Abraham.
January 9 & 10 - Arts on Site
Pavement Dance, Jonathan Stevens, Mei Yamanaka, Sarah Chein, Garnet Henderson (1/9) & Kinesis Project dance theatre, Amber Sloan and Duel Rivet (1/10. RSVPS REQUIRED https://bit.ly/3_60Dance2021
January 9-12 - New York Live Arts
LIVE ARTERY: PRIMETIME will include: What Problem? by Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company, Raja Feather Kelly’s HYSTERIA, Kimberly Bartosik / daela*, and Fragments, Lists & Lacunae by Alexandra Chasin* and Zishan Ugurlu*, featuring Judith Butler.
January 9 - Martha Matinee
A streamed series featuring works from the archives and performances from the repertory, hosted by Artistic Director Janet Eilber with a live chat by Eilber and special guests.
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