1. The Magic Flute (at 42nd Street)

    The Magic Flute (at 42nd Street)

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  2. Our show ‘Twinned’ at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is now posted in its entirety online!

    Dance Heginbotham + Alarm Will Sound 

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  3. In rehearsal for ALCESTE! 
Weaver Rhodes and I will be performing with the American Classical Orchestra and opera superstars: Marguerite Krull, Randall Bills, and Robert Balonek THIS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th, AT LINCOLN CENTER
Opera composed by Handel 
Choreography by John Heginbotham 
Stage direction by Cynthia Edwards
Costumes by Maile Okamura
(don’t worry, these are not the real costumes) :)

    In rehearsal for ALCESTE

    Weaver Rhodes and I will be performing with the American Classical Orchestra and opera superstars: Marguerite Krull, Randall Bills, and Robert Balonek THIS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19th, AT LINCOLN CENTER

    Opera composed by Handel 

    Choreography by John Heginbotham 

    Stage direction by Cynthia Edwards

    Costumes by Maile Okamura

    (don’t worry, these are not the real costumes) :)

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  6. Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce

    Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce

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  7. Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce

    Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce

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  8. Photo by Elyssa Goodman from my debut with Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce Theater

    Photo by Elyssa Goodman from my debut with Pam Tanowitz Dance at The Joyce Theater

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  9. FEBRUARY 4th, 5th, & 6th!
Described by The New Yorker as a “clear sighted post modernist,” Pam Tanowitz  creates work that juxtaposes ballet with classic modern dance.  Her company makes its Joyce debut with two new pieces performed to live music.  PASSAGEN, a duet created for Melissa Toogood and Maggie Cloud set to a John Zorn score by the same name, features the electrifying violinist Pauline Kim Harris, who is placed on stage amidst the dancers’ movement.  Also on tap – an exciting group work set to Nancarrow’s String Quartets 1 & 3 and played by the FLUX Quartet, “an intrepid ensemble devoted to illuminating the pricklier corners of the contemporary repertory.”   The New York Times

    FEBRUARY 4th, 5th, & 6th!

    Described by The New Yorker as a “clear sighted post modernist,” Pam Tanowitz  creates work that juxtaposes ballet with classic modern dance.  Her company makes its Joyce debut with two new pieces performed to live music.  PASSAGEN, a duet created for Melissa Toogood and Maggie Cloud set to a John Zorn score by the same name, features the electrifying violinist Pauline Kim Harris, who is placed on stage amidst the dancers’ movement.  Also on tap – an exciting group work set to Nancarrow’s String Quartets 1 & 3 and played by the FLUX Quartet, “an intrepid ensemble devoted to illuminating the pricklier corners of the contemporary repertory.”   The New York Times

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  10. GREYZONE

    GREYZONE

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  11. A solo from ‘Vehicle' by GREYZONE 

    Performed at Mike Perry’s pop-up gallery, October 2012

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  12. Illustration by Merit Myers
From Dance Heginbotham’s performance at the Lincoln Center Out of Doors Concert, July 2013

    Illustration by Merit Myers

    From Dance Heginbotham’s performance at the Lincoln Center Out of Doors Concert, July 2013

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  13. Dance Heginbotham photo shoot at The Metropolitan Museum of Art
DH and Alarm Will Sound perform a shared concert at The Met, this February 20th, 2014

    Dance Heginbotham photo shoot at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    DH and Alarm Will Sound perform a shared concert at The Met, this February 20th, 2014

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