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Fall for Dance Panel

How Does Culture Influence Performance? with Ron K Brown, Rafaela Carrosco, Shu-Yi Chou, Sonia Destri Please arrive at New York City Center’s back entrance, located at 130 W 56th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue. When you enter the lobby take the elevator up to the 5th floor and follow signs to Studio 5.

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Alumni Event: Kazuma Motomura

OCTOBER 3rd 2010 7-9pm St. Marks Church 131 E. 10th St. (Corner of 2nd Ave) 6 train to Astor place $15 / $10 with flyer

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Patricia Hoffbauer (Faculty) at Danspace Project

Para-dice (Stage 1) In Para-dice (Stage 1), part one of the culminating evening of PLATFORM 2010, Patricia Hoffbauer playfully deconstructs the structure of an academic lecture on the relationship between dance and subjectivity, and juxtaposes it with a performance piece where ideas about otherness are buttressed against different practices and ideas in the dance field today. Peter Richards has constructed a visual narrative featuring excerpts of work by Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha. Text cited in the piece is by Rocha, Brenda Dixon Gottschild, and Langston Hughes. Original text by George Emilio Sanchez. Para-dice (Stage 1) is performed by Patricia Hoffbauer, George Emilio Sanchez, Peggy Gould, Elisa Osborne and Peter Richards.

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Maura Nguyen Donohue Draftworks @ Danspace Project

Faculty member Maura Nguyen Donohue will show work-in-progress excerpts of "I'm not coming back" at Danspace Project at St. Mark's Church for the Draftworks series. http://www.danspaceproject.org/calendarandtickets/detail.php?id=51

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Hunter Alumni: Monica Robles & Heidi Turzyn

Newsteps Choreographer Series at Chen Dance Center 70 Mulberry St. 2nd Floor $10 Students. Hunter alumni on showcase of 6 choreographers. Dec 2-4. 7:30 pm

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Hunter Faculty: Nicole Wolcott at DNA

Dec 9-11 at 8pm, Dec 12 a 3pm. Dance New Amsterdam, 280 Broadway. with Tim Edwards, current Hunter student performing.

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Hunter at Dance Theater Workshop

Choreographers Michelle Merlo and Melissa Lavoie will show their choreography as part of the College Partnership Program Performance Lab at Dance Theater Workshop.

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Hunter at Chen Dance Center/Newsteps

Hunter alumn Jessica Colotti and student Laura Schubert will present their duet "Fluffy Gina" on the Newsteps program at Chen Dance Center. 70 Mulberry St.

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Vicky Shick @ The Kitchen

Tech 3/4 teacher (and award winning choreographer and dancer) Vicky Shick offers "Not Entirely Herself" in which three women intersect and try to make sense of the delicate order and imagined narrative of their world.

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Jessica Nicoll @ University Settlement

Fundamentals, Methods, Student Teaching, and choreographic mentor and visiting lecturer Jessica Nicoll with Barry Oreck (Nicoll & Oreck Dance Theatre) present "They Might Be Napping" for The Performance Project @ University Settlement.

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Catherine Greene with Brooklyn Ballet

Ballet instructor (Fundamentals, Ballet 1 and Ballet 2) Catherine Greene dances with Brooklyn Ballet for its debut home season “From Baroque to Hip Hop” at The Schermerhorn in downtown Brooklyn from March 3rd to March 13th, 2011. This unique program illuminates the evolution of ballet from its roots in the French court to a revitalization and re-imagining of this classical form into the 21st century.

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Maura Nguyen Donohue @ West End Theatre

Assistant Professor Maura Donohue presents "strictly a female female" a mashup of Asian themed musicals/opera and (mostly) 80s rock. Donohue and, musical collaborators, Richard Ebihara & Perry Yung have recombined elements from Flower Drum Song, South Pacific, the King and I, and Madame Butterfly with 80s anthem rock from the likes of Journey, Billy Idol, Pat Benatar, and Guns N’Roses to create a truly absurd derivative mesh of the original sources. strictly a female female marks the first collaboration between Maura Nguyen Donohue/inmixedcompany and Slant Performance Group since their 1996 Lotus Blossom Itch at DTW. A reboot to their earlier examination of the Asian female body in popular culture, strictly a female female puts portrayals of race and gender through the blender for a riotous and ridiculous combination of live dance, music, and theater. Direction and choreography by Maura Nguyen Donohue. Music arranged by Richard Ebihara and performed by Ebihara & Perry Yung. Donohue is joined on stage by longtime company member Peggy Cheng, dancers Jessica Colotti (HC) and Timothy Edwards (HC), with MiRi Park starring as faux-queen, dancing diva Stella Ho.

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Hunter at Chen Dance Center/Newsteps

Hunter alumn Jessica Colotti and student Laura Schubert will present their duet "Fluffy Gina" on the Newsteps program at Chen Dance Center. 70 Mulberry St.

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Maura Nguyen Donohue @ Danspace Project

"I'm not coming back" explores changing states and physical decay through processes of repetition, accumulation, evolution, and deconstruction. Peggy Cheng, Marc Morozumi, and Hunter students Kristina Dobosz, Alexandra Amirov join Assistant Professor Donohue and her daughter, Sasa Yung, as improvisational and meditative practices are folded into a journey of repeated pathways that, while seeking alternate trajectories for a life, culminate at one finite destination. Bodies oscillate, thrash, crumple and reset as a young observer watches and wanders among dancers succumbing to impermanence. On a shared program with Vanessa Anspaugh. To see images from Incb at Danspace Draftworks this past winter (by Dalllas Graham) and during recent rehearsals (Photos by Peter Yung visit the Flickr Feed: http://www.flickr.com/photos/inmixedcompany/sets/72157626603336732/

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Gilbert Reyes performing at Guggenheim

Hunter student, Gilbert Reyes, is performing with Christal Brown. Award-winning composer Fred Ho will perform his evening-long composition inspired by and in homage to Muhammad Ali and his indomitable spirit. Ho's opus features his twenty-piece Green Monster Big Band conducted by Whitney George, along with fresh choreography by Christal Brown that incorporates elements of boxing, hip-hop, martial arts, and modern dance.

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