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  • Tickets: $18 General, $15 Student in advance; $20 at the door (cash only) **Doors open at 7pm for a pre-performance reception with the show […]

    IN(touch)

    December 10, 2016 at 7pm
    CPR- Center For Performance Research
    361 Manhattan Ave.
    Tickets: $18 General, $15 Student in advance; $20 at the door (cash only) **Doors open at 7pm for a pre-performance reception with the show […]

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  • Free admission. $5 donation encouraged at the door (cash only). Performance Studio Open House presents works-in-progress and a discussion with the artists about the […]

    Performance Studio Open House: December

    December 13 at 8pm
    CPR
    361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
    Free admission. $5 donation encouraged at the door (cash only). Performance Studio Open House presents works-in-progress and a discussion with the artists about the […]

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  • Isodoc Dance Group is excited to share their newest creation. This evening length duet between Amara Barner and Jeffrey Docimo explores the efforts of finding an honest and sacred place within a relationship. Originally shown as a work-in-progress during the company’s last performance at The Actor’s Fund Theater in August, the duet has been re-mantled for its own premier.

    a simple sanctum

    December 17 at 7pm
    CPR
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    Isodoc Dance Group is excited to share their newest creation. This evening length duet between Amara Barner and Jeffrey Docimo explores the efforts of finding an honest and sacred place within a relationship. Originally shown as a work-in-progress during the company’s last performance at The Actor’s Fund Theater in August, the duet has been re-mantled for its own premier.

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  • i KADA Contemporary Dance Company has the inspiration to reach out to the youth of the community, in order to provide a safe haven and positive example on how to live a productive life through dance. Our aspiration is to create and present dance works of extraordinary artistry that deliver positive messages and life enriching experiences for all.

    6th i KADA Contemporary Dance Company Show

    December 20 at 7:30pm
    CPR
    361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
    i KADA Contemporary Dance Company has the inspiration to reach out to the youth of the community, in order to provide a safe haven and positive example on how to live a productive life through dance. Our aspiration is to create and present dance works of extraordinary artistry that deliver positive messages and life enriching experiences for all.

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  • Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at door (cash only) The Exponential Festival is a multi-week festival that seeks to promote theatrical performances created in New York […]

    Chez Bushwick presents 2Night Show January: Exponential Festival

    January 12 & 13 at 7:30pm
    CPR
    361 Manhattan Avenue, Brooklyn
    Tickets: $12 in advance, $15 at door (cash only) The Exponential Festival is a multi-week festival that seeks to promote theatrical performances created in New York […]

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  • Ntrinsik Movement presents: “UBUNTU: I AM WHO I AM BECAUSE OF WHO WE ALL ARE." UBUNTU features choreography from each member of Ntrinsik Movement, which will be performed by the full company, a few guest dancers, and a group of young pre-professional dancers from the New York area. This program, filled with riveting Afro-Modern and Contemporary movement, will reflect various concepts such as the empowerment of African American women, the idea of struggle and it’s relation to the community and oneself, and the journey to become free from those daily struggles in hopes of reaching an enlightened form of thinking.

    Ntrinsik Movement presents: “UBUNTU: I AM WHO I AM BECAUSE OF WHO WE ALL ARE.”

    January 14 at 7pm
    CPR
    361 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn
    Ntrinsik Movement presents: “UBUNTU: I AM WHO I AM BECAUSE OF WHO WE ALL ARE." UBUNTU features choreography from each member of Ntrinsik Movement, which will be performed by the full company, a few guest dancers, and a group of young pre-professional dancers from the New York area. This program, filled with riveting Afro-Modern and Contemporary movement, will reflect various concepts such as the empowerment of African American women, the idea of struggle and it’s relation to the community and oneself, and the journey to become free from those daily struggles in hopes of reaching an enlightened form of thinking.

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