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ChEck Us OuT Dance Festival:

A Celebration of Female Choreographers 

Saturday, July 13, 2013, 5pm in Central Park

PLEASE JOIN US:

Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 5pm 

 

ChEckiT!Dance presents the third annual ChEck Us OuT Dance Festival: A Celebration of Female Choreographers, an eco-friendly evening of dance celebrating female choreographers, on Saturday, July 13, 2013 at 5pm at Summit Rock in Central Park, 83rd Street and Central Park West, NYC.  Admission is free.  For more information visit www.checkitdance.com or email checkitdance@gmail.com.

 

The evening will include works from more than 10 female choreographers, at various stages in their careers, from across the United States and abroad.  Featured artists include:

 

Stacy A. Donovan/ Improbable Stage Company

Brittany Grimm/ Brittany Grimm Dance 

Quincie Hydock

Melissa Jackson ("MJ")/ Innovate Dance Company

Lauren Lasorda

Lieneke Mous/ Lieneke Mous & Co.

Laura Neese/ Kitchen Sink Collective

Joya Powell/ Movement of the People Dance Company

Erin Pride/ EDP Dance Project

Ellenore Scott/ ELSCO

Jessica SectorOlivia Wingerath/ Long and Short of It Movement TheatreAllison Brzezinski/ChEckiT!Dance

Ashley Sleeth - work to be shown via video in e-program only

 

The ChEck Us OuT Dance Festival is both a family and eco friendly event. ChEckiT!Dance welcomes dance enthusiasts of all ages to unroll a blanket at Summit Rock, in Central Park, sit back, have a snack and enjoy the show! Patrons are welcome to bring a picnic and enjoy dessert compliments of the ChEck Us OuT Dance Festival. Similarly, ChEckiT!Dance has committed to an eco-friendly evening of art and, as such, will not be printing traditional programs. Instead, e-programs will be available for patrons via smartphone. Don't miss this exciting evening of new choreography in Central Park.

 

ChEckiT!Dance is an all female modern dance company focusing on gender issues, female identity, objectification and the exploration of traditional gender roles. We seek to create a crack in the stereotypical infrastructure of female standards and archetypes. 

 

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