Eryc Taylor Dance presents the US Premiere of The Exhibit

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Eryc Taylor Dance presents the US Premiere of The Exhibit

Time: October 15, 2015 at 8pm to October 18, 2015 at 2pm
Location: The Alchemical Theatre Laboratory
Street: 104 W 14th Street @ Union Square
City/Town: New York
Website or Map: http://www.ovationtix.com
Phone: 866-811-4111
Event Type: contemporary, dance, -, an, evening, of, new, works, choreographed, by, eryc, taylor
Organized By: Helene Davis
Latest Activity: Sep 27, 2015

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Eryc Taylor Dance will present the U.S. premiere of The Exhibit, a new immersive evening of dance featuring five contemporary dance works, running for six performances, October 15 – 18, 2015 at The Alchemical Theatre Laboratory, 104 W. 14th Street, The Exhibit features five works with multiple narratives, choreographed by Eryc Taylor in collaboration with company members. The pieces will be performed consecutively in one large performance space; the standing audience will be free to move about and follow the dancers to different areas of the room to witness the pieces from various perspectives.  The Exhibit features company members Jessica Aronoff, Caroline Brethenoux, Shoko Fujita, Jessica Featherson, Roberto Lara, Timothy Patterson and Camille Workman.

The Premieres Include:
The Hunt, choreographed by Eryc Taylor for five dancers to a commissioned score by Salomon Lerner features dancers Caroline Brethenoux, Camille Workman, Jessica Aronoff, Shoko Fujita, and Jessica Featherson.
The Box, choreographed by Eryc Taylor in collaboration with Jesus Olivera to a commissioned score by Salomon Lerner, features Caroline Brethenoux, Camille Workman and Jessica Arnoff.
The Time, choreographed by Eryc Taylor to a commissioned score by Salomon Lerner, is a solo featuring Timothy Patterson.
Lumen, a duet choreographed by Eryc Taylor featuring dancers Timothy Patterson and Camille Workman, features light projection and video mapping by digital artist Nitemind.
The Limelight, a full-company work choreographed by Eryc Taylor to George Kranz’s Din Da Da, recorded by Kevin Aviance. 

Eryc Taylor Dance was founded in 2006 with a mission to advance appreciation of dance by creating and presenting original performances, conducting master classes and workshops, and awarding grants to aspiring choreographers. ETD's choreography seeks to find, explore and execute new points of view and combine varied styles of dance on and off pointe. ETD collaborates with digital artists and contemporary composers to fuse current technology with the classical compositions of music and dance, specializing in mapping and light projections to create ethereal extensions of the dancers and stimulate the visual senses. The Company has been home to over twenty New York City dancers since its founding. Every year, ETD provides three emerging New York-based choreographers with $1000 grants to fund the creation of a new piece and subsequently produces and hosts a work-in-progress show featuring each of the new works.

The Exhibit will play six performances, October 15 – 18, according to the following schedule: Thursday, October 15 at 8pm; Friday October 16 at 7 and 8:30 pm; Saturday, October 17 at 7 and 8:30 pm; and Sunday, October 18 at 2 pm. Tickets are $39 and are available online at www.ovationtix.com or by calling (866) 811-4111. The Alchemical Theatre Laboratory is located at 104 W. 14th Street at Union Square.

For further information, visit http://www.eryctaylordance.com/

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