HATCH Fall Series  - Fourth Showing
Nov
25
8:00 PM20:00

HATCH Fall Series - Fourth Showing

HATCH Presenting Series was created in the Spring of 1997 in response to the need in the dance field for a cost-free space that enables emerging choreographers to investigate new work, present works-in-progress and engage in dialogue with the audience, free from financial pressure and the scrutiny of critical response.

This program presents Saturday evening performances each year sectioned into Fall and Spring series. The emerging choreographers who participate in the HATCH Series vary in age, perspective and technique. The Works believes that each of their voices deserves a platform for mentorship and performance. The dances offered range from solo to group pieces, some accompanied by live music or actors. The series has presented over 1,000 choreographic works.

Presentations for the HATCH Series occur October/November for the Fall and April/May for the Spring series.

Performances are held at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.  

*Please purchase tickets at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hatch-presenting-series-tickets-39881061328*

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JMTW and Central Booking Presents "Blossom"
Nov
16
6:30 PM18:30

JMTW and Central Booking Presents "Blossom"

Jennifer Muller/The Works and Central Booking Art Space presents Blossom in support of their exhibition "Ecology of Flowers."  JMTW will be performing pop-up excerpts of current repertory throughout the evening.

The performances will be from 7:00PM - 9:00PM (Doors open at 6:30PM).

Entrance fee $15; light refreshments will be provided.

More coming soon!

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HATCH Fall Series - Third Showing
Nov
11
8:00 PM20:00

HATCH Fall Series - Third Showing

HATCH Presenting Series was created in the Spring of 1997 in response to the need in the dance field for a cost-free space that enables emerging choreographers to investigate new work, present works-in-progress and engage in dialogue with the audience, free from financial pressure and the scrutiny of critical response.

This program presents Saturday evening performances each year sectioned into Fall and Spring series. The emerging choreographers who participate in the HATCH Series vary in age, perspective and technique. The Works believes that each of their voices deserves a platform for mentorship and performance. The dances offered range from solo to group pieces, some accompanied by live music or actors. The series has presented over 1,000 choreographic works.

Presentations for the HATCH Series occur October/November for the Fall and April/May for the Spring series.

2017 Fall HATCH dates are October 14th, October 28th, November 11th, and November 25th.  Please stay tuned for Spring dates!

Performances are held at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.  

*Please see HATCH link in the tabs above for ticket purchase information.

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HATCH Fall Series - Second Showing
Oct
28
8:00 PM20:00

HATCH Fall Series - Second Showing

HATCH Presenting Series was created in the Spring of 1997 in response to the need in the dance field for a cost-free space that enables emerging choreographers to investigate new work, present works-in-progress and engage in dialogue with the audience, free from financial pressure and the scrutiny of critical response.

This program presents Saturday evening performances each year sectioned into Fall and Spring series. The emerging choreographers who participate in the HATCH Series vary in age, perspective and technique. The Works believes that each of their voices deserves a platform for mentorship and performance. The dances offered range from solo to group pieces, some accompanied by live music or actors. The series has presented over 1,000 choreographic works.

Presentations for the HATCH Series occur October/November for the Fall and April/May for the Spring series.

2017 Fall HATCH dates are October 14th, October 28th, November 11th, and November 25th.  Please stay tuned for Spring dates!

Performances are held at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.  

*Please see HATCH link in the tabs above for ticket purchase information.

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HATCH Fall Series - First Showing
Oct
14
8:00 PM20:00

HATCH Fall Series - First Showing

HATCH Presenting Series was created in the Spring of 1997 in response to the need in the dance field for a cost-free space that enables emerging choreographers to investigate new work, present works-in-progress and engage in dialogue with the audience, free from financial pressure and the scrutiny of critical response.

This program presents Saturday evening performances each year sectioned into Fall and Spring series. The emerging choreographers who participate in the HATCH Series vary in age, perspective and technique. The Works believes that each of their voices deserves a platform for mentorship and performance. The dances offered range from solo to group pieces, some accompanied by live music or actors. The series has presented over 1,000 choreographic works.

Presentations for the HATCH Series occur October/November for the Fall and April/May for the Spring series.

2017 Fall HATCH dates are October 14th, October 28th, November 11th, and November 25th.  Please stay tuned for Spring dates!

Performances are held at The Works Studio, 131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor, New York City.  

*Please see HATCH link in the tabs above for ticket purchase information.

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JMTW returns to Ivy Brown Gallery - HARMONY IN MOTION
Oct
12
6:30 PM18:30

JMTW returns to Ivy Brown Gallery - HARMONY IN MOTION

Jennifer Muller/The Works in collaboration with Ivy Brown Gallery, presents HARMONY IN MOTION.  JMTW will perform pop-up excerpts from current repertory, in support of Brian Neigh's exhibition, "Deepest Harmony." The exhibition features paintings with movable parts; each piece having over 95 billion combinations! 

Where: Ivy Brown Gallery (675 Hudson St., New York, NY).

When: Oct 12, 2017; 7:00PM - 9:00PM (Door open at 6:30PM).

Refreshments will be provided; no entrance fees.

25% of all art sales will go to JMTW.

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