New York Times: 6 Dance Performances to See in N.Y.C. This Weekend
By Gia Kourlas
5 September 2019
JUSTIN CABRILLOS at the Chocolate Factory Theater (Sept. 7, 7 p.m.). As part of a creative residency curated by Blaze Ferrer, this choreographer will offer a work-in-progress showing of “As of It,” which press materials describe as a “physical kaleidoscope of trance and emotion.” As he writes on his website, Cabrillos, who will appear with the performers Maira Duarte and Matt Shalzi, views the body “as a run-on sentence.” To see that in action, check out this free public showing. R.S.V.P. to firstname.lastname@example.org.
CO-LAB DANCE at Manhattan Movement & Arts Center (Sept. 6-7, 7:30 p.m.). Lauren Post, a member of American Ballet Theater, directs this group in an evening of new works by Xin Ying, Gemma Bond and Danielle Rowe, who choreographs her piece to a new score by Alton San Giovanni. Eight dancers from Ballet Theater — Zhong-Jing Fang, Carlos Gonzalez, Isadora Loyola, Tyler Maloney, Rachel Richardson, Jose Sebastian, Courtney Shealy and Cassandra Trenary — will grace the stage, along with Erez Milatin of New York Theater Ballet. The program will include music performed by the Momenta Quartet and a short film choreographed by Trenary for herself and the Ballet Theater soloist Calvin Royal III.
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