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Regina Spektor’s theatrical piano meets Bourbon Street…

At age thirteen, Susannah played accompaniment for a tiny Pentecostal church located in strip mall behind the local McDonald’s. “While the preacher implored the Lord in tongues, I was learning how to vamp on pop chords- I had to keep ‘anointment’.”

Today, she summons a darker, saucier anointment, channeling Regina Spektor and Fiona Apple with a pure white electronic keyboard, supported by a full band with a New Orleans swing.

The EP is an upbeat Ode to the “Slightly Umployed” hustler, with a healthy sense of 21st century existentialism: “I just want to stay in bed/and get my news on Instagram”

Expect glitter, hope, swearwords, and a story about falling for a White Collar Criminal.

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Opening Performance (Kyle Lacy) at 7PM
Susannah Winspear at 7:30PM

Meet Our New Theatre Curator

Leta Tremblay will be ITE’s Theatre curator starting next season!

“I am thrilled to be coming on board as the Theater Curator for ITE! This is a tremendous organization that constantly strives to make creation more possible for artists and I’m excited to provide connections to the diverse and visionary Indie Theater community of New York City.”
As a past ITE space grant recipient and a working artist with 10 years experience in New York, Leta is uniquely placed to build a bridge between the fantastic resources of this organization and talented theater artists who she admires and respects.
“I’m looking forward to some great programming in the years to come.” -LetaLeta

2016/17 Space Grant Winners Showcase

For 2016/17 choreographers and dancers David Norsworthy and Kristen Carcone present an in-studio showing of 4 new works / works-in-process.

Kristin and David are co-creators of TOES FOR DANCE an international dance and education organization. We are very excited to see their new works at the showcase on December 3rd 2016 at the Ailey Studios: 405 W. 55th St New York New York 10019

2016 Bryant Park Festival Line-up

Thank you to everyone who came out to support and enjoy this year’s Bryant Park Modern Dance Series.  We had a great time with these companies and look forward to seeing you next year!

JUNE 17
Alia Kache/Kachal Dance
BARKIN/SELISSEN PROJECT
LaneCoArts

JUNE 24
277 Dance Project
Earl Mosley’s Diversity of Dance
Amy Marshall Dance Company

JULY 1
WILLYLAURY&CO.
BARE Dance Company
Sean Curran Company

JULY 8
Black Boys Dance Too
Adam Barruch / Anatomiae Occultii
Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance

3rd Annual ITE Contemporary Dance Festival

ITE’s third annual festival of emerging and established choreographers will feature solo, duet and trio works by noteworthy dance makers in NYC. Running from Wednesday, March 23rd through Saturday, March 26th at Theater 54 at Shetler Studios; 244 W. 54th Street, 12th Floor, NYC.

Wednesday, March 23rd, 8 pm:
LaneCoArts, Steps Ensemble, Bryn Cohn & Artists, Danielle Russo Performance Project & 277 Dance Project

Thursday, March 24th, 8 pm:
SHAWNBIBLEdanceco., Alrick Thomas, LoudHoundMovement, Monteleon Dance & Sidra Bell Dance NY

Friday, March 25th, 8 pm:
The Francesca Harper Project, Nelly van Bommel / NØA Dance, BodyStories: Teresa Fellion Dance & Company SBB Stefanie Batten Bland

Saturday, March 26th, 2 pm:
Bryn Cohn & Artists – Solo Show