Will A Ervin Jr.’s Narcissus is a multidisciplinary work of modern, contemporary, and street dance inspired by Greek mythology, the delicate nuances between self-love and ego, and the springtime flower by the same name representing rebirth, inner reflection, and hope.
Christie Coleman’s compelling narrative about climate change and the impact of water contamination, inspired by the Laguna Pueblo people's efforts to address uranium leakage from nuclear tests and a former uranium mine.
A lyrical, contemporary ballet duet by Cuban choreographer Pedro Ruíz.
Lucia Jackson’s work takes the audience on a multicultural journey through times and space, combining contemporary movement with traditional flamenco.
David Fernandez’s whimsical work highlights a boy’s journey through the COVID-19 pandemic, Mexican folk art, mythical creatures, and the importance of family.
Lucia Jackson’s romantic duet set to Duke Ellington’s classic jazz standard.
Pedro Ruiz reimagines the traditional Danzón, the official dance of Cuba, through contemporary and ballet vocabularies.
Filmmaker and photographer Mark Mann artfully captures Will A Ervin’s multidisciplinary work Narcissus. Created as part of our professional development commissioning program.
Videographer Angelo Vasta captures Christie Coleman’s compelling environmental work, filmed in Red Hook, NYC.
Naranjo en Flor provides a 360-degree angle of the movement, breaking the usual wall between audience and dancer. The filmmaker utilizes the natural light and shadow of the environment to create volumes to highlight the expressive and human qualities of dance. The film crafts an abstraction of the tango form, blending ballet and contemporary vocabularies set against a live performance of this most traditional song in the tango canon.
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