POP Performance: Bryce Dance Company

Jun 14, 2018, 8:00 pm9:30 pm EDT

$15 – $20


280 Broadway, Entrance at 53A Chambers
New York, NY 10007 United States

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Phone: (646) 837-6809


Bryce Dance Company:
moving memory

june 14 -16 at 8:00 pm
the theater at gibney 280 broadway
Tickets $15 in advance , $20 at the door
**Advance ticket sales close at 12pm on the day of the performance.

Moving Memory is a collaborative, multi-media dance performance piece that explores what happens when memory is fragmented, altered, or forgotten. Through intricate choreography, projection, and original music, this work draws attention to individual experiences and stories with the intention of lifting some of the stigma attached to dementia and memory impairment. Through this work, the company aspires to bring attention to the individual impact of memory loss while connecting with individual experiences in order to bring unheard stories to light. We also strive to create opportunities for connection, community building, and understanding.

Bryce Dance Company is a contemporary dance performance company located in Brooklyn, NY with focus on collaboration, community engagement, and making dance that opens dialogue. We explore timely and relevant themes through intricate choreography, sound, music, and interdisciplinary collaborations. Heather Bryce is the Artistic Director and founder of Bryce Dance Company and has won awards and national attention for her innovative choreography and community engagement work. Her work has been presented at venues across New York City, New England, and beyond. Bryce currently works as a Teaching Artist for Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Lincoln Center Education, The Performing Arts Center at SUNY Purchase, and The Center for Arts Education. She holds her MFA in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College.

Please visit www.brycedancecompany.com for more information.


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Photo by Arthur Fink.