Upcoming Performances you won't want to miss!

Dance and performance is a cornerstone of NOT's creative practice and we love to take the opportunity to invite you to performances featuring some of our brilliant partners. Here are two coming up you won't want to miss!



Danielle Russo Performance Project Sentinel

Danielle Russo Performance Project's 'Sentinel' is an interdisciplinary dance and film project in direct response to the current political climate. Grappling with increasing issues of surveillance, profiling, an alienation, Sentinel originated with five site-specific dance solos that were recorded in politically charged landmarks across the city boroughs - From terminal 4 at JFK Airport to Port Richmond, Staten Island where multiple ICE raids have occurred. Spotlighted in magenta clay from head to toe, each dancer shares a personal story akin to the historical and political underpinnings of each site.

One year in the making, NOT's designer Jenny Lai has had the opportunity to craft the costume for this project, evolving the same costume after each on-site performance. The culmination of these performances and films will take place at Brooklyn Historical Society on September 14th. Learn more about each dancer's solos here

September 14, 8:00 - 10:30 PM
Great Hall at Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont Street 
Purchase Tickets Here
caleb teicher conrad tao guggenheim works and process
Preview Caleb Teicher & Company and Lincoln Center Emerging Artist Conrad Tao's first evening-length work, More Forever, at Works & Process. On a stage with a thin layer of sand, dancers explore American dance traditions such as vernacular jazz, tap, and Lindy Hop, set to Tao's contemporary score for piano and electronics. 

We are honored that Caleb and Conrad chose NOT's Zipper Shirts for their Guggenheim artists' portraits. The collaboration between these two prodigious talents is sure to inspire.

October 28, 7:30 - 8:50 PM
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum
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