The next sinewy and edged

Written by Alaine

I’m talking about Daniel Charon’s dancers and latest choreographic adventure. This weekend I’m going to check out Daniel Charon’s show at the beautiful Joyce Soho theater. If you haven’t been to the Joyce Soho theater to see groundbreaking dance performances yet, you would be excited to know that the theater is in an incredible location with Jamba Juice, Marc Jacobs, Haven Spa, Mercer Kitchen, and Mercer Hotel within the same block! The theater is housed in a three story former firehouse with the theater on the first floor. This intimate theater only holds 74 seats and the proximity of the stage to the seats enables the audience to experience the energy of the performers. Purchase a fabulous outfit at Marc Jacobs, grab a smoothie at Jamba Juice, chug it while getting your nails done at Haven, watch Daniel’s show at Joyce Soho, and eat a late dinner at Mercer Kitchen, hang out at the bar upstairs – a perfect Soho outing!

Daniel Charon – Conduit – Three New Dances

April 23 – 26, 2009. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Sunday at 3:00 p. m.

Joyce SoHo , 155 Mercer Street, between Houston and Prince Streets, in New York City. Tickets are $18. Reservations can be made by calling 212-352-3101 or by going to www.joyce.org

Daniel Charon returns to Joyce SoHo with an evocative grouping of physically and emotionally charged dances. Conduit, points three compelling works toward consideration of one’s personal and societal relationships. At one moment robust and voluptuous, the next sinewy and edged, Charon’s formidable cast lures its audience to intimate places of fervent murmurs.


For a video excerpt: http://www.danielcharon.com/conduit/conduit_video.html

About the author


a global nomad who grew up in cities around the world. A dancer/choreographer/dance educator/make up artist/and part time videographer, her days are spent running around the crosstown, uptown, downtown, Brooklyn and everything in between. She spends her free time watching dance/music/theater performances in the city as well as traveling, dining, shopping (recovering shop-a-holic), spending time with the boyfriend, massages, and applying make up on brides-to-be. A perfect date in NYC involves watching a dance performance at the Joyce Theater, dinner/drinks/dessert at Basta Pasta, and a leisurely stroll through Gramercy Park. For more information about Alaine please visit http://www.alainehanda.com


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