Past Performances: 

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Dancer Kathleen Caragine performed "No More, No More", the work that Robbins set at Hofstra University this past spring, as a solo in a benefit performance curated by the Creators Collective. All proceeds from the event, hosted on June 24th, benefited Lady Parts Justice!  

Dancer Kathleen Caragine performed "No More, No More", the work that Robbins set at Hofstra University this past spring, as a solo in a benefit performance curated by the Creators Collective. All proceeds from the event, hosted on June 24th, benefited Lady Parts Justice!  

Briana Giordano and Alexis Robbins in "Catch 22" at Dixon Place. Photo by Eric Bandiero.

Briana Giordano and Alexis Robbins in "Catch 22" at Dixon Place. Photo by Eric Bandiero.

Dancers from Hofstra University's Danceworks Productions performing "No More, No More" at the John Cranford Adams Playhouse in April. Alexis had the pleasure of setting work at her alma mater!

Dancers from Hofstra University's Danceworks Productions performing "No More, No More" at the John Cranford Adams Playhouse in April. Alexis had the pleasure of setting work at her alma mater!

Ginny Mottla and Alexis Robbins performed their duet "Back Up Dancers Freaking Out Before Going Onstage and then Everything is Fine" at the Arlington Center for the Arts in Arlington, MA at "The Feels", produced by Touche Taps and in "8 in Show" at Dixon Place in February and March. Click the link below to see the "8 in Show" performance!

Ginny Mottla and Alexis Robbins performed their duet "Back Up Dancers Freaking Out Before Going Onstage and then Everything is Fine" at the Arlington Center for the Arts in Arlington, MA at "The Feels", produced by Touche Taps and in "8 in Show" at Dixon Place in February and March. Click the link below to see the "8 in Show" performance!

WAXworks at Triskelion Arts in March, 2017. Julia Neto, Briana Giordano, Tyler Cutler, Joan Bradford, and Alexis Robbins performed "Hey, ladies.", an excerpt from "Catch 22". Photo by Andrew Ribner.

WAXworks at Triskelion Arts in March, 2017. Julia Neto, Briana Giordano, Tyler Cutler, Joan Bradford, and Alexis Robbins performed "Hey, ladies.", an excerpt from "Catch 22". Photo by Andrew Ribner.

Six Degrees of Separation Showcase at the Actors Fund Arts Center in Brooklyn, NY on January 20th and 21st, 2017. Dancers Alexis Robbins and Ginny Mottla premiered "Back Up Dancers Freaking Out Before Going Onstage and then Everything is Fine".

Six Degrees of Separation Showcase at the Actors Fund Arts Center in Brooklyn, NY on January 20th and 21st, 2017. Dancers Alexis Robbins and Ginny Mottla premiered "Back Up Dancers Freaking Out Before Going Onstage and then Everything is Fine".

Never Before Never Again at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, NY on January 5th, 2017. Dancers Joan Bradford, Ginny Mottla, Julia Neto, and Martha Lavery performed "Perspective", a piece composed of short phrases and structured improvisation. The dancers explored the concept of belief threat and how we can choose to change, or not change, our perspectives based on new information presented to us.

Never Before Never Again at Triskelion Arts in Brooklyn, NY on January 5th, 2017. Dancers Joan Bradford, Ginny Mottla, Julia Neto, and Martha Lavery performed "Perspective", a piece composed of short phrases and structured improvisation. The dancers explored the concept of belief threat and how we can choose to change, or not change, our perspectives based on new information presented to us.

The New York Jazz Choreography Project (Jazz Choreography Enterprises) at the Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance on October 22nd and 23rd, 2016. kamrDANCE performed "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess" to music by Rufus Wainwright. Reviewer Dominique Robinson wrote: "Robbins' contemporary work “Please Be Kind if I’m A Mess,” seemed to be a mesh of life’s uncomfortable dealings and deadpan humor. The use of suspenders served as a costume and prop, as dancers manipulated straps like strings of a marionette doll. Purposeful unsteadiness of balance and shrugged shoulders played fully to this pitiful sense of self satire" Dancers: Tyler Cutler, Alexis Robbins, Ginny Mottla, Kristen Collins, Eileen Klugh, Becki Winer, and Kathleen Caragine. (Not pictured: Briana Giordano, Stephanie Grover, and Martha Lavery). Check out the full review below:

The New York Jazz Choreography Project (Jazz Choreography Enterprises) at the Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance on October 22nd and 23rd, 2016. kamrDANCE performed "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess" to music by Rufus Wainwright. Reviewer Dominique Robinson wrote: "Robbins' contemporary work “Please Be Kind if I’m A Mess,” seemed to be a mesh of life’s uncomfortable dealings and deadpan humor. The use of suspenders served as a costume and prop, as dancers manipulated straps like strings of a marionette doll. Purposeful unsteadiness of balance and shrugged shoulders played fully to this pitiful sense of self satire" Dancers: Tyler Cutler, Alexis Robbins, Ginny Mottla, Kristen Collins, Eileen Klugh, Becki Winer, and Kathleen Caragine. (Not pictured: Briana Giordano, Stephanie Grover, and Martha Lavery). Check out the full review below:

The City is Our Playground, a performance inspired by iCollective, curated by the Creators Collective at the Open Source Gallery in Brooklyn, NY on October 8th, 2016. Dancer Alexis Robbins with vocalist Sarah Robbins performed two pieces together in an intimate space covered in sand.

The City is Our Playground, a performance inspired by iCollective, curated by the Creators Collective at the Open Source Gallery in Brooklyn, NY on October 8th, 2016. Dancer Alexis Robbins with vocalist Sarah Robbins performed two pieces together in an intimate space covered in sand.

Peridance's Student and Faculty Showcase Summer 2016 at the Salvatore Capezio Theater on August 28th, 2016. Dancers Eileen Klugh, Ginny Mottla, Stephanie Grover, Briana Giordano, Kathleen Caragine, Julia Neto, Tyler Cutler, Katherine Mayo, Victoria Fowler, Martha Lavery, and Alexis Robbins performed "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess".

Peridance's Student and Faculty Showcase Summer 2016 at the Salvatore Capezio Theater on August 28th, 2016. Dancers Eileen Klugh, Ginny Mottla, Stephanie Grover, Briana Giordano, Kathleen Caragine, Julia Neto, Tyler Cutler, Katherine Mayo, Victoria Fowler, Martha Lavery, and Alexis Robbins performed "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess".

Ready Freddy's?! at Freddy's Bar and Backroom in Brooklyn, NY, curated by the Creators Collective on July 28th, 2016. Artistic Director, Alexis Robbins, improvised tap and contemporary dance to live music by Band of Others.

Ready Freddy's?! at Freddy's Bar and Backroom in Brooklyn, NY, curated by the Creators Collective on July 28th, 2016. Artistic Director, Alexis Robbins, improvised tap and contemporary dance to live music by Band of Others.

TAG, an artists game of tag, curated by the Creators Collective at RABBITHOLESTUDIO in Brooklyn, NY in April, 2016. Artistic Director, Alexis Robbins, joined artists of different mediums in a game of tag where each artist had fifteen minutes to improvise and create something and then could 'tag' another artist into the game to add on to their creation.

TAG, an artists game of tag, curated by the Creators Collective at RABBITHOLESTUDIO in Brooklyn, NY in April, 2016. Artistic Director, Alexis Robbins, joined artists of different mediums in a game of tag where each artist had fifteen minutes to improvise and create something and then could 'tag' another artist into the game to add on to their creation.

Sans Limites Spring Season 2016 at the Hudson Guild Theater in June, 2016. kamrDANCE presented two pieces, "We [don't] Rehearse on Tuesday's", pictured here with dancers Stephanie Grover, Ginny Mottla, and Alexis Robbins, as well as "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess".

Sans Limites Spring Season 2016 at the Hudson Guild Theater in June, 2016. kamrDANCE presented two pieces, "We [don't] Rehearse on Tuesday's", pictured here with dancers Stephanie Grover, Ginny Mottla, and Alexis Robbins, as well as "Please Be Kind if I'm a Mess".

The 3rd Annual Dance Astoria Festival at the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Queens, NY in May 2016. Dancers Mary-Kate O'Toole, Briana Giordano, Ginny Mottla, Kathleen Caragine, Julia Neto, Martha Lavery, and Alexis Robbins performed "We're Gonna Be Big Stars..." to music by the Counting Crows.

The 3rd Annual Dance Astoria Festival at the Bohemian Hall and Beer Garden in Queens, NY in May 2016. Dancers Mary-Kate O'Toole, Briana Giordano, Ginny Mottla, Kathleen Caragine, Julia Neto, Martha Lavery, and Alexis Robbins performed "We're Gonna Be Big Stars..." to music by the Counting Crows.

Peridance's Student and Faculty Showcase Winter 2016 at the Salvatore Capezio Theater in February 2016. Dancers Gabbie Burgess and Alexis Robbins performed a contemporary and tap duet titled "A Separate Connection". This piece premiered in the spring of 2014 and was chosen as the first alternate to represent the Northeast at the National College Dance Festival.

Peridance's Student and Faculty Showcase Winter 2016 at the Salvatore Capezio Theater in February 2016. Dancers Gabbie Burgess and Alexis Robbins performed a contemporary and tap duet titled "A Separate Connection". This piece premiered in the spring of 2014 and was chosen as the first alternate to represent the Northeast at the National College Dance Festival.

Sans Limites Winter Season 2015 at the Connelly Theater. kamrDANCE performed "settle, rebound repeat" for the fifth time in 2015. Dancers: Briana Giordano, Martha Lavery, Becki Winer, and Caitlin Sheppard.

Sans Limites Winter Season 2015 at the Connelly Theater. kamrDANCE performed "settle, rebound repeat" for the fifth time in 2015. Dancers: Briana Giordano, Martha Lavery, Becki Winer, and Caitlin Sheppard.