Upcoming Events

 

AUG 16

 

 

AUG 17&18

No More No More will be screened at DANCE SHORTS at The Local NYC in Long Island City. DANCE SHORTS is a local film screening series highlighting Queens NY.  This season's series presents 16 short dance films, with many premieres and even more Queens pride!

Doors open at 6, show starts at 7, and happy hour drinks run throughout the night! Plus, there’s free popcorn!

 

We will present an excerpt of Defining Characteristics at the inQUAD v4.0 split-bill performance with Inclined Dance Project, Neville Dance Theatre, and LLmoves on August 17th and 18th at Dixon Place.

Get your tickets today for $16 when you use code "inquadvip". Tickets will be $25 at the door. See you there!

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Past Events

 

JULY 28

 

JUNE 27

 

JUNE 16

 

MAy 4&5

 
 

Dancers Alice Halter and Allison Ward performed in an intimate, sold-out evening alongside Nico Brown and Rovaco Dance Company at the Hi Artist official launch event!

Thank you to everyone who came - we loved meeting the audience members and discussing our work.

 

The company performed "Defining Characteristics" for two packed audiences at the Transit Museum's PLATFORM event. Audience members were able to follow the dancers as they danced on the platform and in the cars!

Thank you to the Transit Museum for having us!

 

Alice and Alexis performed No More No More at a private Hi Artist event in Manhattan on Saturday, June 16th.

It was an intimate gathering at a beautiful studio in West Village. You can catch us at their official launch on July 28th. 

 

We produced our first ever evening-length performance at SMUSH Gallery in Jersey City on May 4 & 5. Thank you to the generous donors and sold out audiences that made this weekend a huge success! 

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April 29 

Alexis brought her unique choreographic style to students at SMUSH Gallery during our "Making Dances" workshop. Students played with how to integrate rhythmic and tap movements into contemporary styles. Thanks to everyone who came out!

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