EVENTS & WORKSHOPS

SAVE THE DATE: New Ohio Theatre

Dec 12 - 16

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New Ohio Theatre | 154 Christopher Street | New York, NY

SAVE THE DATE
Performance

SAVE THE DATE: Dec 12 -16

WORLD PREMIERE

Inspired by the complex, haunting imagery of Billy Collins’s poetry, Doug Varone’s new work unfolds 8 interwoven narratives mapping an array of themes: love, solitude, separation, forgiveness, aging. Performed by a multi-generational cast of 20 artists, it delves deep into our memories, creating intimate portraits of ordinary lives. “This new theater piece”, says Varone, “explores a darker and more disturbing range of emotions than has generally characterized my work; it is about the relationships we’ve all survived and their impact on our lives.”

Envisioned as a series of cinematic dialogues, it is performed to a newly commissioned score by renowned composer David Van Tieghem. Lighting Design by Ben Stanton. Costume Design by Liz Prince. Nancy Bannon, Dramaturg.

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photo: Erin Baiano

more events & workshops

10th Annual Winter Intensive 2019

The Winter Intensive provides a supportive community to challenge yourself physically and artistically. Six intensive days interweave technique, repertory and creative investigation as well as a chance to get to know your fellow students and your community.

Jan 7 - 12, 2019
Mon - Sat | Full Day Sessions | 9:00 am - 5:30 pm

Photo: Strict Love | by Erin Baiano

Teaching Fall 2018 (Oct - Nov - Dec)

Another way to enjoy Doug Varone and Dancers:

Take a class taught by one of our Company members at studios in New York City this fall.

Schedules may change, so make sure to check back regularly.

Paul Taylor Dance Company Studios | 10:00-11:30 AM, Fourth Friday of each month

Gibney | Multiple times and days. Follow the "Learn More" link to see monthly offerings.

Outreach & Community Engagement

Creating Community has always been a vital part of the Company's mission, whether on stage, in the studio or in the classroom. We design outreach residencies focusing on how creativity shapes our lives. By bringing our work to audiences in ways that directly affect their lives, we expand the notion of everyday movement and connect everyone in different yet unifying ways.

It's not just how we dance: It's how we talk about dance and how we share it.

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