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On September 15, 2018, Dances For A Variable Population will present Washington Square Dances 2018 at 6pm at Garibaldi Plaza, Washington Square Park.
Featuring the beauty of age and using the power of dance to create community, Dances For A Variable Population (DVP) will present one performance of Washington Square Dances 2018 at Garibaldi Plaza, Washington Square Park on Saturday, Sept 15 at 6:00pm. This performance will highlight DVP’s mission to promote strong and creative movement among adults of all ages and abilities, and will feature DVP’s multigenerational company, legendary guest artists and neighborhood seniors from our free programs at Washington Square Park. Choreography will be by DVP’s founder and Artistic Director Naomi Goldberg Haas and guest artists; Ellen Graff and Marnie Thomas Wood (Martha Graham Company), Elizabeth Keen (Paul Taylor Dance Company, Helen Tamiris/Daniel Nagrin), Audrey Madison (Charles Moore Dance Theater), Shirley Black Brown Coward (Audelco Award, Black Nativity), Myna Majors (Baba Olatunji Drum and Dancers), and Alice Teirstein (award-winning Young Dancemakers Company) and Margaret Yuen/Red Silk Dancers. This performance is free and open to the public.
WHAT: Washington Square Dances 2018
WHEN: Saturday, September 15, 2018
WHERE: Garibaldi Plaza, Washington Square Park (east of the fountain)
Support for Washington Square Dances is from the NYU Community Fund, the Washington Square Park Conservancy, the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mertz Gilmore Foundation and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer.