FLICfest (Feature Length Independent Choreography) is the first Brooklyn festival dedicated solely to the art of the feature-length dance. Each night of FLICfest will feature complete works by two choreographers, as well as informal cabaret performances encompassing a wide range of styles.
FLICfest will take place over two weekends, January 20-29, 2011 at The Irondale Center in Ft. Greene Brooklyn. We are honored to have the following fantastic folks bringing work to the first ever FLICfest: Artichoke Dance Company, Emily Berry, Jonah Bokaer, Tanya Calamoneri, Theresa Dickinson/ZaZa Dance, Jenni Hong, John Pizza, Adam Scher, Tami Stronach, Layard Thompson, Dusan Tynek, and Jeramy Zimmerman.
FLICfest is a new kind of festival in many ways. One way is that we are committed to paying the choreographers presenting work in FLICfest. Our $5,500 goal is about half of what we need to do that. Every dollar from our Kickstarter campaign will go directly to the choreographers. That means that every dollar you give will have a direct effect, supporting the artists involved in FLICfest.
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