Gibney Dance Company “makes space for the future of dance” by commissioning new works and reimagining signature works by contemporary dance artists, positing the possibility that the present generation’s work will be recognized and celebrated in live performance by future audiences.

Check out our last GRIT performance, featuring works by Joanna Kotze and Reggie Wilson! Learn more →

Pictured: Reggie Wilson’s config. Khoum-baye Heah , GRIT 2017.

    Past Performances

  • Already Ready
    Spring 2017

    Challenging both dancers and audience members to be fully present, active, and visible, Joanna Kotze taps into the multiplicity of life by allowing for the emergence of uniqueness, form and the unknown with her piece, Already Ready.
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  • config. Khoum-baye Heah
    Spring 2017

    Reggie Wilson of Fist and Heel Performance Group reimagined three of his previous works into a re-envisioned work entitled config. Khoum-baye Heah for the five members of Gibney Dance Company.

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  • WOW
    Spring 2016

    Protesting against skepticism, scorn, and appealing directly to the heart, Keely Garfield choreographed a piece set to songs by Kate Bush that took a stand for the sake of our humanity.

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  • repairing permissions
    Spring 2016

    Former Gibney Dance Company Member, Mariangela Lopez, created a powerhouse work that explores the idea of community. Choreographed for 25 dancers, this piece unpacks the notion of building community.

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  • Still and Still Moving + The Short-Cut
    Spring 2015

    As apart of our Winter-Spring 2015 at 280 Broadway, Amy Miller and Hillary Easton presented new and re-imagined works for Gibney Dance Company: Miller’s Still and Still Moving and Easton’s The Short-Cut.

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