TrioDance Collective is pleased to announce its second annual GREEN LINE Performance and this year's selected choreographers. GREEN LINE will be held on April 12, 2013 at 8:00pm at Buttenwieser Hall at the 92nd Street Y's Harkness Dance Center, an historic 100-seat venue on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
GREEN LINE is a limited-tech presentation in a setting with substantial artistic lineage. The program draws from TrioDance Collective's mission to champion the individual artist within the support of a group structure, and features choreographers who elect to work with groups rather than making solo work. The gathering of a variety of like-minded dance artists provides platform to establish an open dialogue among artists, and work generously within a shared discipline.
Ensemble works are important to TrioDance Collective because they imply a built-in sense of community and a way of working that considers the priorities of multiple artists. TrioDance understands the distinct challenges that come along with building and maintaining ensembles, and seeks to foster solidarity with other groups that do the same.
The first iteration of GREEN LINE in April 2012 brought a sold-out audience and positive feedback from participating artists, and we are excited to announce this year's choreographers:
Barbie Diewald//TrioDance Collective
Marcos Duran Performance Group
Sublime Dance Company
Emily Jeffries//TrioDance Collective
About TrioDance Collective
TrioDance Collective seeks to champion the individual dance artist within the support of a group structure. The company has performed the work of Artistic Directors Barbie Diewald and Emily Jeffries since its inception in 2010. TrioDance Collective has produced full seasons of Ms. Diewald and Ms. Jeffries' work at The 92nd Street Y, The Cunningham Studios, Mark Morris Dance Group, and Triskelion Arts. In addition to fully realized performances, TrioDance presents Open Dialogue, a studio series which invites the audience into an intimate studio showing for the sharing of new works in progress. TrioDance Collective also curates a spring performance evening, Green Line, enriching communal support and establishing a unique platform that fosters artists' interaction. Through its diverse processes and programs, TrioDance Collective challenges its artists to explore, create and evolve.
For more information about the Company, please visit www.TrioDance.com
GREEN LINE is made possible in part with public funds from the Manhattan Community Arts Fund, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.
92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center (View)
1395 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10128
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