Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 7:30 p.m

Wednesday, June 21, 2017, 7:30 PM

Dixon Place: 161A Chrystie Street (between Delancey & Rivington), New York, NY 10002

Tickets: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10174180

Use Promo Code NYC10JUN17 for limited $10 tickets

Performances by:

 

PlexusBio: Olga Dobrowolska is a young creative director, choreographer, performer and teacher coming originally from Poland, with an unique creative, performance and dance experience established while traveling and training at schools in Europe and USA. Olga’a stage and creative name is ODNA- Olga’s DNA.
Odna’s main goal with her work and research in movement is to help people connect with their body as a tool of emotional and spiritual communication between mind, body and soul within us and with each other.
So far in USA Olga had a chance to perform and create work in Los Angeles and New York City.
her credits include :
Short film (R)evolution – director, choreographer , writer
Fashion Week 2016 NYC for Adrian Alicea collection – stage movement director
Music video for Dan Dauchy ‘Tell me when you go ‘ – director, choreographer
Live performance for Art Buzz NYC 2015 – choreographer performer
Music video for Moxiie “Toxic” – director choreographer
Short film collaboration with Ryan Burke “Framed” – creative director performer
Fashion film Unboxable for Neutral Lab with Cesar Brodermann – creative director choreographer
Tv show “Got to Dance ” Poland semifinals – choreographer
Art film for Ryan Burke “HER”- director , stylist , choreographer
Live performance for Susan Bartsch closed Gallery Event at Chelsey Hotel, Manhattan 2015 with Ryan Burke, – creative, choreographer
Music video choreography with Veronica Blaitr for Kamau – creative director, choreographer in collaboration with Veronica Blair
Video for hair artist Step bone cut , Japan . – choreographer performer

 

PlexusBio: Debbie Maciel is a free-lance dance artist born in Miami, FL and based in Brooklyn, NY. After receiving her BFA in Dance Performance from the University of Florida and Jerusalem Academy of Music & Dance, Debbie toured her native FL with long-time collaborator Shannon Healey performing their Bubble Dance before setting her sights on NY. Using her focused blend of specified movement, expressiveness, and overall theatrics Debbie Maciel explores streaming questions about our shared human condition while creating thought-provoking images, seeing dance as a process-oriented visual art. She has presented her original works in NYC, Miami, Gainesville, Orlando, FL Lewiston, ME, Athens, OH, and Jerusalem, Israel.Currently she is dancing with Joana Mendel Shaw’s The Eqqus Project and working as an Adjunct Artist with D.C’s Dance Exchange. More at debbieZmaciel.com
Summary of piece:
In ‘Shirley, your goodness and undying love will follow me all the days of my life’ Debbie Maciel explores the dynamic relationship of suppression & freedom as it intersects with her Peruvian/Brazilian heritage. Inspired by her devoutly catholic mother and her brassa nova’d personality father Debbie moves in and out of dance, theater, speech, and song engaging her audience in a question about identity, both hers and what hers as a daughter of immigrants signifies. The piece is equal parts introspection and exposition, transitioning in and out of seriousness and unadulterated fun, all in the name of attempting to be understood.

 

 

Plexus

Bio: Lukasz Zieba, a native of Kraków, Poland, former artistic gymnast and member of the Junior National Team of Poland, under direction of Monika Mysliwiec he graduated from L’Art de la Danse Cracow Dance Academy receiving National Diploma in ballet from FIA (Federation Internationale des Acteurs). Right after his graduation he moved to New York to study at The Ailey School on a full scholarship, where he was asked to be part of ASPG (Ailey Students Performance Group). During his time in school he took part in Cedar Lake 360 Installation where he performed works by Andonis Foniadakis, Sidi Larbi Cherkoui and company members of Cedar Lake. He attended Complexions Contemporary Ballet Intensive and was the winner of the Best Solo Award All Categories at the Dance World Cup in Villach, Austria in 2012. He also participated in Springboard Danse Montreal which was made possible by receiving a scholarship from the Institute of Music and Dance in Warsaw, Poland. While in Montreal for two consecutive summers of 2014 and 2015 he performed works by Shannon Gillen, Banning Bouldin, Sylvain Emard and Helen Simoneau.He had a chance to perform with an icon Grace Jones for her show in Zurich, Switzerland in choreography by Jonathan Huor.As a freelance artist in New York City he collaborated with Emery Lecrone Dance, The DASH Ensemble, Malcolm Low Formal Structure, Julia Gleich, ZEST Collective and Terra Firma Dance Theater.Lukasz Zieba later joined Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, where he performed works by Cayetano Soto, Alejandro Cerrudo, Nicolo Fonte, Jorma Elo and Jiri Kylian, touring around USA, Italy and Mexico.
He currently dances with The Metropolitan Opera Ballet and Austin McCormick’s Company XIV where he performed as a lead role in Nutcracker Rouge.

On the creative side he choreographed on So You Think You Can Dance (Poland), as well as presented his works in various venues and festivals in New York, Miami and Poland.

Izabela Szylinska:

Native of Poland, trained at professional ballet school in Warsaw. In 2008, she won the 1st prize on International Ballet Competition “Gold Pointe Shoes” in Poland and received a prestigious scholarship from The Ministry of Culture for artistic achievement. She danced as a demi – soloist with Opera Nova in Bydgoszcz and in 2009 she joined Polish National Ballet under the direction of Krzysztof Pastor where she performed works by George Balanchine, Alexei Ratmansky, Patrice Bart, John Cranko, Krzysztof Pastor, Emanuel Gat and many others. Izabela moved to New York in August 2012 and soon started working with Stuart Loungway’s Terra Firma Dance Theatre, Julia GleichDances, MorDance, Brooklyn Ballet, Ballet Verite, Thomas Ortiz Dance and Emery LeCrone Dance. This past fall and winter she worked with Jérôme Bel and performed in his piece “The show must go on” at The Joyce Theater as a part of Crossing The Line Festival and was a guest dancer with Aspen Santa Fe Ballet. Recently, she was a part of Alonzo King’s Professional Workshop in San Francisco.
Since her arrival to New York she also appeared in fashion campaigns and photo shoots for Barney’s New York, Alexandra Grecco, Town and Country Magazine, Sachin and Babi New York Fashion Week and in a music video for Icelandic artist Asgeir “King and Cross”.
Izabela is a member of Armitage Gone! Dance since 2014 with whom she performs in US and Europe.

 

 

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