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2016 DANCE-MOPOLTAN

SHARED ARTIST SERIES

presents

NATURAL INTIMACY MONTH

NOV 4 and 5

7pm

 

Commissioned by DANCE NOW, National Intimacy Month is a collaboration between performance artists Chelsea Murphy and Magdalene San Millan; choreographers Bryan Strimpel and Shaina Branfman of B.S Movement, and choreographer Raja Feather Kelly with his troupe the feath3r theory.  Combining choreography, improvisation, text, live podcasting, and sketch comedy to create an evening of the cute and aggressive; the differences and similarities; and the popular with the underrated and complete with commercial breaks and apple pie, NIM promises the close, familiar and intimately friendly performance you’ve been waiting for.

Friday and Saturday, Nov 4 and 5 at 7pm
Doors Open at 6pm for Dinner and / or Cocktails.

Show Starts Promptly at 7pm.
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
212-967-7555, joespub.com, The Public Theater (1pm to 6pm)
Joe’s Pub at The Public / 425 Lafayette Street at Astor Place, New York City

PRODUCED BY DANCENOWNYC with support, in part, with public funds from
The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council,
The Barbara Bell Cumming Foundation, Jerome Robbins Foundation,
Harkness Foundation for Dance, Mertz Gilmore Foundation,
The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and The New York State Legislature and The National Endowment for the Arts.   

Deb Lohse on Dancing at The Pub



Jane Comfort & Company's Clown Car by Yi-Chun Wu

 

 

 

 

 

CONGRATS TO THE 2016

FestIVAL CHALLENGE WINNER

MEGAN WILLIAMS

for One Woman Show

 

 

The Challenge

The DANCE NOW Joe’s Pub FESTIVAL asks festival participants to create a five-minute choreographic gem, specific to the space at Joe’s Pub.  The artist that best meets the DANCE NOW Challenge, and creates a concise, clear and complete artistic statement, in five minutes or less, receives a $1,500 development fee and a free week-long residency at the DANCE NOW Silo residency facility at Kirkland Farm in Pennsylvania.