CRAWL

CRAWL

Program starts December 6th, 2014 | 5:30

Performances | 6:30pm
Featuring performance “Infinity Rises” by Christine Jaeger
Dance artists Lydia Zimmer and E | N | Z | A (Enza DePalma)
After party event | Black Tree Restaurant

New York City – A performance series from the People Movers Contemporary Dance introducing a new, multi-disciplinary approach to arts presentation in NYC.Taking place in distinct venues in various neighborhoods across the city, each production features two emerging choreographers as well as a third artistic act. CRAWL events demonstrate the skill, creativity, and diversity of the emerging generation of artistic work in New York City.  Each CRAWL includes an after party event, giving our audiences and artists a chance to meet each other, discuss the work, and build relationships around their communal experience.

The People Movers is a contemporary dance company that creates and performs original works by creative director Kate Ladenheim, (14-15 Leimay Fellow at CAVE). The People Movers’ work is known for exploring the abstract and inherently performative qualities of the world through complex, athletic movement, steeped in contemporary relevance. Ladenheim founded The People Movers in January 2012 as a platform to explore her choreographic goals and ideas; however, the group’s programming has expanded to incorporate arts advocacy and presentation. The People Movers have performed in premier venues across the northeast, and have enjoyed residencies through The Field’s Subsidized Block Rehearsal Space Rental Program, White Wave Dance, and with The Ballet and Dance Center in Syracuse, New York. The PeopleMovers have also been commissioned by the Juventas New Music Ensemble.

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For more information on The People Movers Contemporary Dance

People Movers Contemporary Dance Contact: kate@peoplemoversdance.com

The programs of Whitebox Art Center are made possible in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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