Dance Theater of Harlem makes a return to New York City after 9 years of hiatus with 6 performances, of which 5 are New York premieres. There are two programs that include a family matinée and with performances that include Far But Close, a love story told through spoken word, choreography and music, and Alvin Ailey’s The Lark Ascending it is a must-see this Spring season!
Performances will be April 10-14 at Jazz at Lincoln Center Rose Theater: http://www.dancetheatreofharlem.org/company/ny-season
Nick Cave: Heard NY
Nick Cave is a sculptor, dancer, and performance artist that holds an important part of performance art history with his dynamic Soundsuits. He is best known for the Soundsuits that are bright, whimsical, and other-worldly. For March 25-31st his Soundsuits will be on display at Grand Central Terminal in the form of “horses” that will periodically break into movement. This installation and performance piece was especially choreographed for the Centennial celebration of Grand Central Terminal. Exhibit hours 9am-8pm. Daily performances will take place at 11am and 2pm.
For more information on the event: http://www.grandcentralterminal.com/event/nick-cave-heard-ny/2145408953
For more information on Nick Cave: http://nickcaveart.com/Main/Intro.html