Posted on:September 12, 2013
NDT premieres 'BODIES and BEYOND', October 11-12, 2013 in downtown Brooklyn Neville Dance Theatre celebrates its eighth season with the premiere of ‘BODIES’ - a five section, multi-media work that explores the miraculous systems of the human body. Experience the dual hemispheres of the brain, the rapid relays of the central nervous system, the rhythmical beating of the human heart, the pulsating flow of the circulatory system and the amazing feats of our muscles. Evening also includes the premiere of 'Threads' - a contemporary solo and ‘Zephyr’ - a whirlwind work employing large pedestal fans that brings to life the power of atmospheric wind streams plus other company repertory favorites. www.nevilledance.com @The Actors Fund Arts Center - downtown Brooklyn 160 Schermerhorn Street (btw Hoyt and Smith Streets) Brooklyn, NY 11201 email@example.com Friday, October 11 - 7:00pm Pre-performance champagne reception and opening night premiere performance Friday, October 11 - 8:00pm Opening night premiere performance only Saturday, October 12 - 3:00pm Family matinee-Children and Senior discounts available Saturday, October 12 - 7:30pm Final performance Tickets: $15-$35 available via Smarttix Box Office: 212.868.4444 (M-R 9am-8pm, Sat 10am-8pm, Sun 10am-6pm) Online: http://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=BOD2 Directions by Subway: Take the A, C or G train to the Hoyt/Schermerhorn station. Take the F train to Bergen Street or Jay Street/Metro Tech stations. Buses serving Downtown Brooklyn: Fulton Street: B25, B26, B38, B52, B54 Court Street/Borough Hall: B25, B38, B41, B52, B103 Livingston Street: B41, B45, B67, B103 Smith/Jay Street: B26, B54, B57, B61, B67 Atlantic Avenue: B61, B63, B65 NEVILLE Dance Theatre has been hailed as “compelling”, “imaginative” and a “pure delight” by critics and patrons alike. Our theatrical and culturally themed works are a colorful tapestry of movement woven from a diverse array of dance styles. Founded in 2005 and performing regularly at venues and festivals throughout the five boroughs, NDT promotes an appreciation for the similarities and differences of world culture and the beauty, value and significance of dance as a living art form.