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During our most recent Dance Talk, cultural anthropologist Toni Shapiro-Phim offered a behind-the-scenes peek into the creative...
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The remarkable season offers audiences the chance to see several intriguing companies from around the world — Cloud Gate 2 (Taiwan); Compagnie Marie Chouinard (Canada); Royal New Zealand Ballet; and Soledad Barrio & Noche Flamenca (Spain) — on the intimate Joyce stage, as well as audience favorites closer to home and a season highlight, The Royal Ballet's production of Kafka's The Metamorphosis.
Joyce Theater Artist-in-Residence Stephen Petronio and Joyce Creative Residency Artist Pam Tanowitz invite you into the studio for a glance at the works being created as part of their residencies. Watch Petronio and Tanowitz now, and stay tuned for footage of Creative Residency Artist Nora Chipaumire.
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Join us at DANY Studios on Friday, May 17 for our next master class led by Rehearsal Director Terence Marling.
The company's Joyce season featurs works by Aszure Barton, Mats Ek, and Ohad Naharin, as well as a Joyce-commissioned work by former Hubbard Street dancer Robyn Mineko Williams.
Trish Sie teams up with the company for a high-octane romp, full of raw energy and berserk horseplay, and for its second premiere, the company collaborates with international superstars of illusion, Penn & Teller, resulting in the ultimate in gripping, do-not-try-this-at-home choreography.
Encompassing arts administration training, internship opportunities, dance production, public performances, and audience engagement, the project will be undertaken in partnership with the Ludwig Foundation of Cuba and the New York City-based choreographer Ronald K. Brown.
The first of two tenures made possible, in part from a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the residency will provide a free rehearsal studio, administrative space, office services, and an annual salary with benefits for a two-year period.