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WINTER FOLLIES 2022 FEB 4 th-6 th

February 4 @ 12:00 am - March 16 @ 9:00 am

$25.00 – $100.00























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Amy Liou and Sayoko Kojima
Title: ID(eal)
Description: I am who I am. Or am I?
We have different identification in different places: online, at home, at work, in the bathroom… Which one is really us? Is there such a thing as real or fake? Exploring what ID means to us… 






Anna Patterson Dance Company

Arsenal Movement Dance Project “Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, ‘Operation: Alice’ focuses on an individual thrown out of a familiar place and tracks them through their adventure.  It is an exploration of the battle we have within ourselves concerning the self through the use of mirrors literally and figuratively. Who are we in this world? There are always two worlds evolving around each person, the external physical world and the one flourishing inside ones mind.”




Christian A. Warner is a multidisciplinary performing artist, choreographer, director, and teacher with a career that displays his curiosities in dance, theater, and film. Some of his credits include company work with Omar Roman de Jesus’ Boca Tuya, TU Dance, Disney’s The Lion King, and collaborative work with the grammy-award winning band Bon Iver (“Come Through” & UNDERCURRENT Installation). 

ChristianaNoel & The Creature




Hallie Chametzky is a movement artist, writer, and archivist. GOOD GIRL BAD JEW is a dance theater project engaging with broad political questions of nationalism, xenophobia, and colonialism through the lens of her personal experience as a Jewish failure. Photo credit: Samantha Bajonero.






Hard/Femme Dances ‘Main Character Syndrome.’ This piece is the beginning of a larger work by the same name and in this section examines the ways in which language can fail us- with unintended consequences. Photo credit: Steve Prue 







Inclined Dance Project is a Brooklyn based all-female contemporary dance company. Inclined creates work through a collaborative process that allows the performers to dissect and research choreographic material allowing for personal contribution to the company’s works. They will be presenting a duet from their current work in progress, groupthink, which explores social, emotional, and physical human interactions.  Photo credit:  Andrew J. Mauney





Liz Hogg is a guitarist and composer from Brooklyn, NY. Hogg has been described as “uniquely her own, writing independent music that doesn’t reflect the trends” (I Heart Noise), possessing “energy, expressive dynamics and phrasing” (American Record Guide), “fantastic work” (Classical Guitar Magazine) and “playing with a more distinctive and original approach that includes quickly-strummed chords, chiming arpeggios, and rapid-fire picking” (Geoff Cabin). Her playing has been further characterized as “strong, precise, and powerful” (Bushwick Music Daily), “radiating in its own light” (New Noise Magazine), carrying “élan and fine precision” (Fanfare), and “displaying a confrontational spectrum of emotions” (Music & Riots).




Lydia Perakis & Brouillet ESTIA//reimagined draws inspiration from the notion of the home and translates as a source of light and warmth that we all had to re-imagine and redefine during the past 2 years. The body/ home becomes an archive of our past histories, victories, traumas and people we’ve encountered and the unfolding of all of that information propels our storytelling. 




Misaki Hayama

NewBrese Dance ‘Within Us’ explores the communal instincts amongst us as a society to help one another through times of hardship and doubt. We ask ourselves, what can happen when we come together in times of disarray rather than have the hardships tear us apart?






Rathi Varma


Sarah Lutzky is a 23 year old multidisciplinary experimental performance artist focused on the marriage of post-contemporary movement with other mediums.







StubbornMVMT  “Mirror” is the realization of self-worth and self-love. It’s the moment when you find comfort in knowing who you are. It’s embracing the past, living in the present, and being open to the future.  Dancer: Brandon Woods







32nd Pack is an emerging dance company based in Queens, NY. Our work aims to foster connections between the audience and performers through authentic, eclectic movement.

In the original work created by Caroline Sherwood, “Mom’s Spaghetti” (2019) invites viewers to join us at our dinner table and embrace a child-like curiosity. Bon appétit! 





Zoe Papaeracleous is a Greek-Cypriot-American and wants to talk and dance about it.  Photo credit: Olga Rabetskaya


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February 4 @ 12:00 am
March 16 @ 9:00 am
$25.00 – $100.00
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