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 Post subject: Keigwin and Company at The Joyce Theater, June 2009
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April 24, 2009






Press contact: Janet Stapleton / 212-633-0016





Keigwin + Company

at

The Joyce Theater



June 23, 25, & 27, 2009





New York, NY - Keigwin + Company returns to The Joyce Theater with a program
that features a world premiere and other works from its repertory over four
performances, June 23, 25, and 27, 2009.



Hailed for its witty and entertaining dances that meld uptown and downtown,
high-brow and low-brow, Keigwin + Company presents Larry Keigwin's newest
work Triptych, a suite in three sections that explores various
understandings of time from the mundane to the existential. Triptych
includes original music by Jonathan Pratt. The program also features a
restaging of the critically acclaimed Bolero NYC (2007), which marshals a
cast of 50 New Yorkers to celebrate life in the City. The New York Times
writes, "Bolero NYC was the tour de force of the evening.it is funny,
touching and a masterly piece of choreographic organization." The program
is completed by Natural Selection (2004), a theatrical microcosm of
Darwinian theory set to driving music by Michael Gordon, and Love Songs
(2006), a romantic and playful series of duets highlighting different
aspects of love that unfolds to classics by Aretha Franklin, Roy Orbison,
and Nina Simone.



The program will be performed by Keigwin + Company dancers Nicole Wolcott,
Julian Barnett, Matthew Baker, Alexander Gish, Liz Riga, Ying-Ying Shiau,
Ryoji Sasamoto, Ashley Browne, and Keigwin, plus a cast of 50 community
members for Bolero NYC.



Performances are Tuesday, June 23 at 7:30pm; Thursday, June 25 at 8:00pm;
and Saturday, June 27 at 2:00pm and 8:00pm. The performance week is shared
with nicholas leichter dance.



The Joyce Theater is located at 175 Eighth Avenue (at 19th Street), in New
York City. Tickets range from $19-49 and can be purchased by calling
JOYCECHARGE at (212) 242-0800, or online at www.joyce.org. Note: ticket
prices are subject to change.



Keigwin + Company (K+C) combines physicality with theatricality, samples a
variety of mediums, and ultimately, fuses art with entertainment. Larry
Keigwin is a native New Yorker and graduate of Hofstra University, where he
received a BA in dance. He founded K+C in 2003, and as Artistic Director,
Larry has created 13 ground-breaking dances and led the company as it has
performed at theaters and dance festivals throughout New York City and
across the country, including The Joyce Theater, Works & Process at the
Guggenheim, New York City Center, American Dance Festival, the Vail
International Dance Festival, and more. In addition to his work for Keigwin
+ Company, Larry has created Keigwin Kabaret, a fusion of modern dance,
vaudeville, and burlesque acts presented by the Public Theater at Joe's Pub
and by Symphony Space.



Recent commissions have included University of North Carolina School of the
Arts, The Juilliard School, The New York City Ballet's Choreographic
Institute, The Martha Graham Dance Company, The NYU/Tisch School's Second
Avenue Dance Company, Paradigm, Hofstra University, and California Institute
of the Arts. Keigwin's other choreographic credits include work with the
pop band Fischerspooner, comedian Murray Hill, and as an Associate
Choreographer for both the The Radio City Rockettes and the Off-Broadway
musical The Wild Party. As a dancer, Keigwin has danced at the Metropolitan
Opera in Doug Varone's Le Sacre Du Printemps and Julie Taymor's The Magic
Flute, in addition to his work with Mark Dendy (receiving a Bessie Award in
1998 for his performance in Dream Analysis), Robin Becker, Jane Comfort,
John Jasperse, Doug Elkins, Zvi Gotheiner, and David Rousseve. He appeared
in the Broadway show Dance of the Vampires and the Julie Taymor, Oscar
nominated film Across the Universe.



For more information about the company, please visit
www.keigwinandcompany.com.



Triptych is made possible through support from The Royce Family Fund and The
Greenwall Foundation. Bolero NYC was commissioned by The Skirball Center for
the Performing Arts and made possible with support from The Royce Family
Fund, Ella Foshay, Dan and Dianne Vapnek, and The Christian Keesee
Charitable Trust. Love Songs was created with the generous support of The
Greenwall Foundation. Natural Selection was funded by the American Dance
Festival with support from the Doris Duke Awards for New Work and the Andrew
W. Mellon Foundation, and also made possible by the 92nd St. Y New Works in
Dance Fund and a Joyce SoHo Space Grant.



For press information and/or to receive a press kit, please call
212-633-0016. Digital images are available on request.

# # #





Janet Stapleton

234 West 13th Street, #46

New York, NY 10011

Tel: 212-633-0016 / Fax: 212-633-0394

<mailto:jstapleton@worldnet.att.net> jstapleton@worldnet.att.net



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