Joyce Theater

CALEB TEICHER & COMPANY

American Dance Platform 2018


ADP CURATOR: Christine Tschida

Works Performed: Variations (Excerpt) and Meet Ella


About the Company

Company Website

Caleb Teicher & Company (CT&Co), founded in 2015, seeks to expand the capacity of musically-driven dance through innovative choreography, performance, and contextualization. The company’s work represents a unique style of theatricality, humor, emotional expression, and aesthetic exploration.

Whether tap dancing with a live beatboxer or to Bach’s Goldberg Variations, swing dancing to Ella Fitzgerald’s famous recordings or to a new contemporary score by pianist Conrad Tao, audiences have warmed to CT&Co’s daring, interdisciplinary work.

Past engagements include The Joyce Theater, the Guggenheim Museum (NYC and Bilbao), Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, Fall For Dance at New York City Center, White Bird, Celebrity Series Boston, UNCW, University Musical Society, ADF at DanceCleveland, Gibney Dance, Queens College, The Yard on Martha’s Vineyard, LaMaMa Experimental Theater Club, and the American Tap Dance Foundation, amongst others.

Latest Works

  • Repertory Concert - includes a variety of shorter works: Variations, Small & Tall, Meet Ella. Piece descriptions and more information can be found on the Repertory Concert web page.
  • Bzzzz - features 7 tap dancers and a live beatboxer, and was featured in NY Times' "Speaking in Dance". The original piece (Bzzz) was commissioned for an extension (Bzzzz, extra 'z'), for NYCC's Fall For Dance. More information on the Bzzz web page.
  • Counterpoint - a duo show with composer & Pianist Conrad Tao. A recent virtual performance is available through Library of Congress
  • Swing Out  - this is not under the umbrella of CT&Co, but is part of Caleb's current body of work! Swing Out is commissioned through Joyce Theater Productions.

Funding Credits

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The Joyce Theater's American Dance Platform is dedicated to the memory of Theodore S. Bartwink of The Harkness Foundation for Dance.  Theodore S. Bartwink was a Joyce Theater Foundation Trustee from 1993 to 2014.

Major support for The Joyce’s presentation of the American Dance Platform has been provided by The Harkness Foundation for Dance.