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Rasta Thomas

October 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Back in the day at LaGuardia High School, I remember seeing Rasta in every dance magazine I picked up. Always in an amazing pose. No matter how long we argued and discussed, my colleagues and [...]

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A moment with the Basler Ballet Gilde

December 7th, 2017|0 Comments

A large and important part of the Ballett Theater Basel Family, today, we take a moment to speak with the Basler Ballett Gilde. Inside Ballet Theater Basel – Introducing a new creative blog about the [...]

MY POINTE EXACTLY

Don’t Smile, Just Dance.

October 4th, 2017|0 Comments

September. A chance at new beginnings. Summer fades away and kids go back to school. A new season starts and new cramps seep into old muscles. New creations, new headshots and new challenges. Returning to [...]

INTERVIEWS TO REMEMBER…

Bryan Diaz Arias

June 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, Bryan moved with his family to New York City at the age of nine. While growing up Bryan was exposed to many urban and social dance styles, receiving his formal [...]

PERFORMANCES

Braswell Arts Center

ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE

Roderick George

kNoname Artist

Thursday, November 23rd

20:30

at the Braswell Arts Center.

30CHF Suggested donation

INTERVIEW EN L’AIR – The original interview series

Tiler Peck

I start my third year of Interview En L'air with the one and only, Tiler Peck. I first met Tiler through Bob Rizzo. We both performed in instructional dance video called "Phunky Jazz". I remember looking at Tiler in rehearsals and thinking... who is this girl? She was killing it!!! You could see she has experience. I think even then she had already starring roles.

By | June 26th, 2015|Interview En L’air, News|

Philip Taylor

I first met Philip when he came to Juilliard to watch class in 2005. I still had another year left at school, but he was looking at the seniors to find a dancer for his company in Munich. Fast forward a year, in my final year at Juilliard in 2006, I went to Europe to audition. I stopped in Munich to visit my good friends Loni Landon and Brian McNeal

By | May 19th, 2014|Interview En L’air|

WOMEN in power: DANCE

Cristiana Sciabordi

Cristiana Sciabordi is from Italy. She went to school at Erna Bonk Schule Viareggio. She danced professionally all over Europe, including Teatro del Opera di Roma, Aterballetto, Zürcher Ballett, Luzerner Ballett, and the BerlinBallett / Komische Oper. Currently Cristiana is one of [...]

By | August 24th, 2016|News, WOMEN in power: DANCE|

Risa Steinberg

Risa Steinberg was my Modern dance teacher at Juilliard, and simply one of the best teachers I ever had. Her class was amazing, from beginning to end. She was inspiring and challenging. I learned something new everyday... I really do mean [...]

By | July 1st, 2016|WOMEN in power: DANCE|

BEHIND THE SCENES

Nina Botkay

October 31st, 2016|0 Comments

Nina Botkay @ BEHIND THE SCENES - Interview En L' air Behind the scenes is a new series highlighting the work of the artists backstage. Today we welcome Nina Botkay, a freelance dancer and rehearsal assistant for choreographer Alexander Ekman. Do you know someone who would be good for this series? Send an email to: armando@interviewenlair.com

Jordan Tuinman

September 28th, 2016|0 Comments

Jordan Tuinman @ BEHIND THE SCENES - Interview En L' air Behind the scenes is a new series highlighting the work of the artists backstage. Today we welcome Jordan Tuinman our first artists of the series. For more information about Jordan, please visit his website at : http://www.jtinc.nl/

GOING THROUGH – A photo journal by Ida Zenna

Going Through #36

October 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

"Embrace your weirdness!"   Cara Delevingne "Control" Choreography: Matthias Kass// Company Idem // 2017

Going Through #35

August 6th, 2017|0 Comments

"So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing"   T. S. Eliot "Cupid´s Gun" Choreography: Ihsan Rustem// Palucca Hochschule für Tanz Dresden 2017

HELP AN ARTISTIC PROJECT

Welcome to the The Conjuror’s Club: a myth, a secret, an underground reality. Its location has been purposefully obscured by its founder since 1917. Half lounge, half lab. A wonder-seeker’s paradise.

Home to world class Magicians, Illusionists, Mentalists, and Card Cheats, entry to The Conjuror’s Club is, at best, elusive. For those who find themselves in a particular alley, passing through a particular door, unbelievable, impossible acts await. The Club dazzles, dupes, and delights– but like any good illusion, not everything is as it appears.

On one night a woman vanishes in a room full of people. On another, a mind reader exposes an unassuming man’s darkest secrets. A couple is carted off to a secret room. The world’s most infamous card cheat sits in a corner– a young woman watches closely, eyes searching for his misstep.

And, like any great magic trick, nothing is repeated.

A hip NYC atmosphere decked out with it’s own hidden surprises, intimate one on one performances, and theatrical group experiences promise a one of a kind evening of magic, the likes of which you’ll truly never see again. Because the next time you return to the Club… you may not be able to find it.