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Produced by and benefiting

A program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

featuring performances by

Caleb Teicher & Company Jennifer Muller/The Works Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo MADBOOTS DANCE & choreography by Nick Kenkel Lighting Supervisor

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PROGR A M C A L E B T E I C H E R & C O M PA N Y Variations (excerpt)

Choreography by Caleb Teicher Music: “Goldberg Variations” by Johann Sebastian Bach, performed by Glenn Gould Performed by Brittany DeStefano, Caleb Teicher, Emma Wylie

This performance of Variations was made possible with generous support from Champion sponsors Nina Matis & Alan Gosule and Underwriter sponsor Mary Sharp Cronson. Bach’s clever “Goldberg Variations” uses the same chord progression for each variation but stretches its capacity for expression with melodic variation, counterpoint and rhythmic invention. In Variations, three dancers make the composition leap from its pages, creating a new playground for interpretation.

K Y L E A B R A H A M /A B R A H A M . I N . M O T I O N Dearest Home (excerpt)

Choreography by Kyle Abraham in collaboration with the dancers Performed by Connie Shiau This performance of Dearest Home was made possible with generous support from Underwriter sponsors Deborah & Charles Adelman. This is a solo excerpt from Dearest Home, an interactive dance work focused on love, longing and loss, scheduled to premiere at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in May 2017. Comprised of solos and duets generated from conversations with a variety of age groups and self-identified subcultures, Dearest Home interweaves movement in its most vulnerable or intimate state with the artists’ interest in cross-cultural conversation and community action.


NICK KENKEL Seduction Suite

Choreography by Nick Kenkel Costumes by Eric Winterling Music: “Oh Me Oh My (I’m a Fool for You Baby)” by Jim Doris, performed by Aretha Franklin; “Rock Steady” by Aretha Franklin Performed by Bahiyah Hibah and Nicholas Palmquist This performance of Seduction Suite was made possible with generous support from Underwriter sponsors Joe Baker & Stuart Thompson and Underwriter sponsors Duke Dang & Charles E. Rosen, in loving memory of David Panzer. Featuring a late ‘60s, funky energy at the “club,” this duet explores the moves and motivation of a seductress who will pull out all the stops to win the affection of her desires. Little does she know, veterans may end up learning a thing or two from their unsuspecting prey.

M ADBOOTS DAN C E For Us

Choreography and costumes by Jonathan Campbell and Austin Diaz Music: “Song” by Allen Ginsberg; “Somewhere” by Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, performed by Shirley Bassey; “Over the Rainbow” by Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg, performed by Judy Garland Performed by Jonathan Campbell and Austin Diaz

For Us was created by Jonathan Campbell and Austin Diaz for the 2016 Fire Island Dance Festival to benefit Dancers Responding to AIDS with generous support from

Ryan Zanin & Ari Ginsburg.

In response to the tragedy in Orlando, For Us is ultimately about love. It is threaded with the hope that someday humanity will prevail and we’ll all live freely. Love will win.

JENNIFER MULLER/ THE WORKS Alchemy (excerpt)

Choreography by Jennifer Muller Costumes by Belle McIntyre and Stageworks (recycled) Music: “Damage,” “Science and Industry,” “Execution” by Andy Stott; “Blank Empire” by Kangding Ray; “Depak Ine” by John Talabot Performed by Alexandre Balmain, Sonja Chung, Seiko Fujita, Gen Hashimoto, Elise King, Elijah Laurant, Michelle Tara Lynch, Shiho Tanaka

Alchemy is a piece about the crucible of change. Originally a forerunner of chemistry, alchemy concerned itself with transformation. The physical transmutation of matter became an analogy for the internal alchemy of spiritual revelation. The piece mirrors the classically delineated four elements of air, fire, earth and water. Just as new growth forests are created by controlled burning, personal evolution often needs a violent catalyst to create a glimmer of enlightenment. In this performance, the “Air” and “Fire” sections will be presented without the original projection design.


LES BALLETS TROCK ADERO DE MONTE CARLO Pas de Deux from Le Corsaire

Choreography based on Vakhtang Chabukiani Costumes by Mike Gonzalez Music by Riccardo Drigo Performed by Laszlo Major as Araf Legupski and Long Zou as Nina Enimenimynimova

This performance of Le Corsaire was made possible with generous support from Champion sponsors Nina Matis & Alan Gosule. Riccardo Drigo was a rather important figure in the St. Petersburg Imperial Ballet, having conducted the premieres of Sleeping Beauty, The Nutcracker and the 1895 version of Swan Lake. A contributor of many isolated numbers to older ballets, he composed Le Corsaire pas de deux for Marius Petipa’s 1899 version as a spectacular vehicle for the reigning ballerina, Pierna Legnani. The ballet was re-choreographed by Vakhtang Chabukiani in the 1920s and made famous again in the 1960s by Dame Margot Fonteyn and her partner, Rudolph Nureyev.

D R A FA N FA R E

Composed by Philip Glass Conducted by Jonathan Sheffer Performed by EOS Orchestra

DRA Fanfare is one of Philip Glass’ favorite works and was his gift to Dancers Responding to AIDS in 1999, with generous support from Jack Schlegel.

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BIOGR APHIES C A L E B T E I C H E R & C O M PA N Y

Caleb Teicher & Company presents new work that blends traditional American dance forms in a modern context. Taking inspirations from his background in concert dance, musical theatre and social dance, the company’s work addresses questions of how and why we dance in the 21st century. CT&Co will be presented in 2016 by the American Tap Dance Foundation, La MaMa, The Yard on Martha’s Vineyard, the Inside/Out Series at Jacob’s Pillow, Queens College and Gibney Dance, among others.

JENNIFER MULLER/ THE WORKS

Jennifer Muller/The Works celebrates 41 years of presenting Muller’s visionary multi-discipline dance theatre productions, electrifying world audiences in 39 countries with its passion and virtuosity, producing 27 NYC seasons and offering vital community outreach. Muller has created more than 115 pieces, working with 35 international dance, theatre and opera companies.

K Y L E A B R A H A M /A B R A H A M . I N . M O T I O N

The mission of Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion is to create an evocative interdisciplinary body of work. Born into hip-hop culture in the late 1970s and grounded in Abraham’s artistic upbringing in classical cello, piano and the visual arts, the goal of the movement is to delve into identity in relation to a personal history.

LES BALLETS TROCK ADERO DE MONTE CARLO

Dancing the fine line between high art and high camp, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, the all-male comedy dance troupe founded in 1974, delights audiences around the world. Satirizing classical works from Swan Lake to Giselle, and the choreography of Merce Cunningham, Pina Bausch and George Balanchine, among others, the Trocks offer an irresistible evening for dance aficionados and comedy lovers of all ages.

M ADBOOTS DAN C E

MADBOOTS DANCE, recently named “25 to Watch” by Dance Magazine was co-founded by Jonathan Campbell and Austin Diaz in 2011. Noted by The New York Times for its “sharp, elegant movements, dark theatricality and unashamed intimacy,” MADBOOTS closed the 2015 Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and has toured nationally and internationally. madbootsdance.com

NICK KENKEL

As a performer, Nick Kenkel has appeared on Broadway in The Wedding Singer, Legally Blonde, Catch Me If You Can and Evita, starring Ricky Martin. He has served as associate director and co-choreographer for PEEPSHOW in Las Vegas at the Planet Hollywood Casino and Resort, assistant choreographer on Legally Blonde, associate choreographer on Catch Me If You Can and co-choreographer for Half Time, opening on Broadway in spring 2017.


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Deborah & Charles Adelman Joe Baker & Stuart Thompson Mary Sharp Cronson Duke Dang & Charles E. Rosen in loving memory of David Panzer

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Gerry & Hank Alpert The Bay and Paul Foundations Kerry Clayton & Paige Royer Stuart H. Coleman & Meryl Rosofsky Erik Piecuch & Alex B. Wright Barbara & Bob Rohdie Nancey Rosensweig & Dan Arshack T. Backer Fund Suzy Brodie Vogler & William F. Vogler Andrew Zobler

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