Monday, January 26, 2009

'Making Change' at BAX, 4th April 2009

We're delighted that guest artist Christina Reaves will be performing Rachel Wynne's 'Making Change' at BAX Upstart Festival on April 4th.

expandance met Christina through a recent piece by Krista Racho-Jansen that Rachel and Alicia danced in, and we felt she was perfect to take Alicia's place in 'Making Change', which was originally choreographed on her.

About Christina: After a BFA in Music: Voice Performance from Georgia State University, and an MFA in Dance from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Christina Noel Reaves pursues dance and voice performance, instruction, and composition. In addition to singing in operas and musicals, she has had the privilege of dancing for Doug Elkins, Ellis Wood, David Dorfman, Ivy Baldwin, Curt Haworth, Gary Abbott, Christopher Williams, Gus Solomons Jr., Kay Cummings, Candess Giyan, Melanie Lynch-Blanchard, Kelly Hayes, Patrycja Noworol, Yue Yin, and Carlos Cruz.

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

BAX Upstart Festival

We are delighted to post that our newest work in progress has been accepted to Brooklyn Arts Exchange's 'Upstart Festival' - a festival showcasing work by choreographers who are new to showing their work in New York City.

'Making Change' is choreographed by Rachel Wynne and will be performed on

Saturday 4th April at 8pm at BAX.

More details to follow.
421 Fifth Avenue, Brooklyn

Sunday, January 4, 2009

Trio - the second installment

The second installment of our highly successful Trio With Invisible Third is this week!


Thursday 8th January 2009 1am

Laurie Schneider dances
Cois Ceim Dance studio
2nd Floor, 14 Sackville Place, Dublin 1 (just off O Connell St)

Free / donations accepted

For more info please e-mail

And simultaneously, in NEW YORK CITY:

Wednesday 7th January 2009 8pm

Alicia Christofi-Walshe and Rachel Wynne dance
Dance Theater Workshop, Robbins studio
219 West 19th Street
(Subway: 1/9 to 18th Street or F/L/A/C/E to 14th Street) - Open Performance Series

Free / donations accepted

For more info please e-mail

We look forward to seeing you at one of these performances. Trio with Invisible Third is a piece about friendship and connection, even when those we are close to are thousands of miles away. It is a piece that will open your heart, and remind you that distance is only physical.

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