Monday, October 19, 2020

ew York Theather Bllet October 21-Novemebr 12, 2020

New York Theatre Ballet
LIFT Lab Live
October 21-November 14, 2020
at St. Marks's Church-in-the-Bowery
New York Theatre Ballet presents LIFT Lab Live, featuring live performances of new choreography, from October 21-November 14, 2020 at St. Marks's Church-in-the-Bowery, 131 East 10th Street (entrance on 11th Street), 2nd floor, with performances Wednesdays at 12pm & 8pm, Fridays at 8pm, and Saturdays at 7pm. Tickets are $20 general admission, available at Tickets must be purchased in advance online and will not be sold at the door.

Choreographers and Composers

Program A (October 21, 23, 24, November 4, 6, 7)
Richard Alston / J.S. Bach
Gemma Bond / Imogen Holst
Martha Clarke / Felix Mendelssohn
José Limón / Hank Johnson
Duncan Lyle / Charles-Valentin Alkan
Steven Melendez / Jean-Philippe Rameau
Melissa Toogood / Büsra Kayıkçı
Margo Sappington / André Previn
Jean Volpe / Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Program B (October 28, 30, 31, November 11, 13, 14)
Victor Abreu / Alexis Ffrench
Richard Alston / J.S. Bach
Martha Clarke / Felix Mendelssohn
Antonia Franceschi / Béla Bartók
Rachael Kosch / Michael Kosch
Robert La Fosse / Felix Mendelssohn
José Limón / Hank Johnson
Marco Pelle / Igor Stravinsky
James Sutton / Amy Beach
NYTB dancers, Guest Artist: Miki Orihara

Audiences will be limited to 10 guests per performance to allow for proper social distancing. NYTB utilizes IQAir filters, seats will be separated by clear partitions, and doors and windows will remain open for added ventilation. Masks are required to be worn at all times by everyone. Each performance will run approximately 40-45 minutes with no intermission.

Photo of Erez Milatin by Julie Lemberger

With its ever-expanding repertory, New York Theatre Ballet's cutting-edge programming brings fresh insight to classic revivals paired with the modern sensibilities of both established and up-and-coming choreographers. Going strong for 40 years, New York Theatre Ballet's diversity in repertory explores the past while boldly taking risks on the future.


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