A multicultural, all-female percussive trio based in the rhythms of Tap, Flamenco, and Kathak dance, Soles of Duende make their Joyce debut with their feature-length production, Can We Dance Here? In this riveting performance of rhythmic exchange, Amanda Castro (Tap), Arielle Rosales (Flamenco), and Brinda Guha (Kathak) elevate the joy of true collaboration across disciplines. Rooted in all that their crafts provide them, and in dialogue with live music, this trio invites audiences to pause, witness, and receive three women boldly taking the floor here and now.
Experience some of the best dance across the country with The Joyce Theater's eighth annual American Dance Platform curated by dramaturg, scholar, and Jacob’s Pillow Associate Curator Melanie George.
This year’s lineup will include three unique programs: “Jazz at The Joyce,” featuring Dormeshia Tap Collective, Michelle N. Gibson, and Josette Wiggan Presents; the all-female trio Soles of Duende, based in rhythms of Tap, Flamenco, and Kathak dance; and contemporary modern dance troupe Dallas Black Dance Theatre.
This season’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.
Dormeshia Tap Collective
Michelle N. Gibson
Josette Wiggan Presents
Tuesday, January 9th at 7:30pm
Wednesday January 10th at 7:30pm
|Soles of Duende||
Thursday, January 11th at 8pm
Sunday, January 14th at 2pm
|Dallas Black Dance Theatre||
Friday, January 12th at 8pm
Saturday, January 13th at 8pm
Major support for The Joyce’s presentation of the American Dance Platform provided by The Harkness Foundation for Dance. Promotional support provided by the NYC Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment as part of JanArtsNYC.