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NYC Dancers: Here’s What You Should Know About This Week 10/16–10/22

NYC Dancers: Here’s What You Should Know About This Week 10/16–10/22
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Are you falling for dance yet? Autumn in the city is a great time for finding new inspiration, teachers, and workshops, as well as viewing season premieres and attending company auditions. We’ve gathered plenty of information for you to leap in and get those creative vibes flowing.

PERFORMANCES 

Danspace Project presents “Shared Evening: Brother(hood) Dance! / J’Sun Howard”  Oct. 19–21. This Chicago-based dance maker and poet aims to create dreamscapes that can represent a possible future world. Come enjoy this charismatic space for joy. Tickets and more information here.

Check out the Tero Saarinen Company, one of Europe's leading contemporary dance companies, perform “Morphed” at the Joyce this week Oct. 16–22. You don’t want to miss this long-awaited burst of masculine energy. Grab your tickets here!

AUDITIONS 

Norwegian Cruise Line is holding an open call for male and female dancers who can also sing. Dancers must be strong in a variety of styles. Auditions will be held Oct. 20. Apply on Backstage!

Drastic Action, a contemporary dance company, seeks male dancers for their upcoming performances in Feb. and future projects. Must be a dynamic mover and strong performer. Apply here!

Marie Christine Giordano Dance is looking for dancers and will be holding auditions by appointment only. To be considered, please send in your materials. Diversity is a plus! More details here.

Choreographer Suzanne Ceasar is seeking female dancers between the ages of 30–50 for an upcoming performance on Nov. 16 at the Hudson Guild Theater. To be considered, please send in your materials here.

CHOREOGRAPHIC OPPORTUNITIES

“Hairitage” is seeking an African American female dancer/choreographer that will be able to choreograph six solo pieces for herself, as well as a simple routine for the cast. The dances should be modern, gospel, and hip-hop. Apply on Backstage!

WAXworks is now accepting applications on a first come, first serve basis for their choreographers’ showcase at Triskelion Arts in spring 2018. There is no audition process. If you are interested in presenting your work, apply here.

EVENTS

The Graham Studio Series opens on Oct. 17 with a two-night event “NEW@Graham” to celebrate the ten year anniversary of the “Lamentation Variations.” These short commissioned works were inspired by Graham’s iconic solo, “Lamentation” and each night, five featured variations will be performed with a discussion with the artists afterward. More info here.

On Oct. 17, Gibney Dance will be holding their inaugural “Arts and Social Justice Breakfast: Eliminating Gender-Based Violence” as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Join panel speakers Cecile Noel, Samara Gaev, Lukas Haynes, for an engaging discussion. Sign up here!

CLASSES + WORKSHOPS

Join MICHIYAYA Dance for their upcoming workshop on Oct. 15 at Peridance Capezio Center. The women’s contemporary dance company offers visceral and intuitive movement your body and soul will love. Sign up here!

Take a master class with the Tero Saarinen Company Oct. 16 at Steps on Broadway. Don’t miss this chance to work with this world renown choreographer. Sign up here!

Take part in “Body Mind World” with the legendary improviser Simone Forti at Danspace Oct. 19–20. Do our words have access to what we know in our bones? Engage in this discussion through movement and dialogue at this incredible workshop. No dance experience necessary! More info here.

DANCE-RELATED JOBS

Looking for work that keeps you in the dance environment you love so much? BAX is seeking an entry-level administrative assistant in Brooklyn. This is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in arts administration. Apply here.

Mark Morris Dance Center is looking for a production assistant ASAP for its upcoming dance performance. Must have stagehand experience and knowledge of ETC Express 24/48. Apply here!

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