Dance New Amsterdam, DNA, CABULA6, The Angola Project, XIN - Heart of the Matter
CABULA6 has produced and presented stage and film works all over the world, including Europe, the United States, Africa, Asia and South America. Led by co-artistic directors Jeremy Xido and Claudia Heu, CABULA6 was voted Company of the Year 2009 by Ballettanz Magazine and awarded Outstanding Artist of 2010 by the Austrian Ministry of the Arts. Xido can command an audience as a dancer, filmmaker, actor and writer-sometimes all at once. The company's work ranges from stage pieces to site-specific works, films to projects of social intervention. The company puts emphasis on playfully straddling the border between reality and fiction. The feature documentary detailed in The Angola Project Trilogy is still in the process of being made.
Wednesday, November 7 – Saturday, November 10 and Wednesday, November 14 – Saturday, November 17
Part 1: November 7 and 9
Part 2: November 8 and 10
Part 3: November 14 – 17
All performances 7:30 p.m.; additional showing of Part 3 on November 17, 3:00 p.m.
An opening night reception will be open and free to the public one hour beforecurtain on November 7 and 14. Audience members are invited to stay for a post-show discussion immediately following the performance on November 15.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.dnadance.org, by calling 212.227.9856, or on site two hours before curtain. Cost is $17 for general audiences, $14 for students and seniors, $12 for DNA members and advanced sales. Discounted tickets are available by phone for groups of six or more. All sales are final.
DNA is located at 280 Broadway (entrance at 53 Chambers Street), New York, NY 10007, near the R to City Hall, 4/5/6 at Brooklyn Bridge, J/M/Z, A/C/E, or 1/2/3 at Chambers Street, and 2/3 at Park Place.
Founded in 1984, DNA provides a community hub for the highest quality dance training, choreographic exploration and innovative performance, developing new audiences and bridging communities. It providesvaluable opportunities for the aspiring, emerging and established artist, including daily classes, certification courses, commissions, artistic residencies, along with studio and administrative office subsidies. DNA encourages professionalism, entrepreneurial cross-discipline initiatives, community engagement and diverse artistic expression. It was the first nonprofit arts organization to move to Lower Manhattan after 9/11, serving as a renewing force in NYC's cultural landscape. To learn more about DNA and supporting its programs through charitable donations, visit www.dnadance.org.
"The Angola Project" was created, in part, during residences at Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Transforma (Portugal), Tanzfabrik (Berlin), Maria Matos Theater (Portugal), and Impulstanz (Vienna).