Digital Saturday Workshop: Madison Vomastek

Feb. 6, 12:00 pm3:00 pm



‘Improvisation and Repertoire’

This workshop will explore William Forsythe’s improvisational technologies and the choreographic work of Richard Siegal’s 2019 “New Ocean.” I am interested in researching ballet as a means of genealogical discovery and evolution.

About  Madison Vomastek

Madison Vomastek holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the 2019 inaugural class at the University of Southern California’s Glorya Kaufman School of Dance. She has danced professionally with Richard Siegal’s Ballet of difference in Cologne, Germany, and she is also an original cast member in the 2020 revival of West Side Story on Broadway. Madison is a leader, critical thinker, community organizer, and educator. She has seasonally directed community events in her hometown of Traverse City, Michigan, taught in pre-professional dance schools, volunteered her time to local businesses, and stayed curious in the craft of agricultural building and harvesting. Through her care for her body, land, passions and community, Madison continues to engage with organizations and institutions that support inclusivity and culturally integrate dance for education or entertainment purposes. Madison is currently a full-time collaborator with BODYSONNET, a contemporary dance collective that brings dance to each founding collaborator’s hometown as a means of community building. #DanceLocal.

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Gibney encourages people with disabilities to attend online classes, and we welcome the opportunity to make this event more accessible. Live captioning through Otter Transcription is available for all online classes by request. If you have any questions or access needs, please email us at or call us at 212-677-8560 (voice only) 24 hours in advance of the class you plan to attend.

Photo by James Jin.