Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement

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  • Address:

    Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement 466 Grand St
    Lower East Side
    New York
    10002

  • Cross Street:

    at Pitt St

  • Venue phone:

    212-598-0400

  • Venue website:

    henrystreet.org

  • Opening hours:

    Tue–Fri 10am–10pm, Sat 9am–10pm, Sun 11am–6pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: B, D to Grand St; F to Delancey St; J, Z, M to Delancey–Essex Sts

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    1. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
      • 466 Grand St
        Lower East Side
        New York
        10002
      • 212-598-0400
      • henrystreet.org
      • 40.71513,-73.983664

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Ivo Dimchev

Contemporary & experimental

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In his dance-theater work I CURE—presented as part of the 2014 Queer New York International Arts Festival—Dimchev claims that he will heal audience members' physical and psychological difficulties simultaneously. The piece looks to the theater as a forum...

Bruno Isakovic

Contemporary & experimental

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Following an earlier Queer New York International Arts Festival performance of his Denuded by dancer Ana Vnucec, Isakovic presents the piece, reworked for two dancers. Denuded for Two Dancers employs the same physical practices of the original work to...

  1. Fri Sep 26 – Sat Sep 27
  2. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
  3. suggested donation $10
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Bruno Isakovic/Ana Vnucec

Contemporary & experimental

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Croatian choreographer Bruno Isakovic performed his work Denuded, a confrontation between the naked body and an audience's gaze, as part of last year's Queer New York International Arts Festival. This year, Isakovic brings back the piece, with a new interpretation...

Jan Martens

Contemporary & experimental

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Martens presents two works for Queer New York International Arts Festival: Ode to Attempt deconstructs the creative process by glorifying imperfect performance ideas that never made it to the stage; The Dog Days Are Over questions the true face of dance...

  1. Until Tue Aug 26
  2. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
  3. suggested donation $10
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Mor Shani

Contemporary & experimental

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The choreographer offers Love-ism, as part of the Queer New York International Arts Festival. The piece is part of a long-term study inspired by Erich Fromm's book The Art of Loving, as well as the artist's personal need to connect with the community. [Nothing...

Sujata Goel

Contemporary & experimental

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Queer New York International Arts Festival presents Dancing Girl. To prepare for the work, Goel documented her behavior and used the data to create a fictional character version of herself; the performance is an attempt to step outside and confront her...

T.R.A.S.H.

Contemporary & experimental

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As part of the Queer New York International Arts Festival, this Dutch company presents a work that tracks the relationship of a man and a woman—and many wigs—as they explore their desire for each other.

Jeremy Wade and Mark Tompkins

Contemporary & experimental

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American choreographers Jeremy Wade and Mark Tompkins (based in Berlin and France, respectively) met in 2012 and immediately began collaborating. They perform Stardust, as part of the Queer New York International Arts Festival.

  1. Wed Sep 24 – Thu Sep 25
  2. Abrons Arts Center/Henry Street Settlement
  3. suggested donation $10
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