Offset Dance Fest 2020
PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE (subject to change)
Performances occur in clusters of two hour-long events. Each hour will feature two companies. Tickets are $15/hour*.
*Tickets to OffOffset performances are $30 each, half of which ($15) will be donated to Dancers Responding to AIDS.
Friday, January 10 - MORNING
9AM - performance 1.1 - FARRISH/GOODMAN/MCGUIRE
10AM - performance 1.2 MCGUIRE/LAMB
Friday January 10 - EVENING
8PM - performance 2.1 - MCGUIRE/LAMB
9PM - performance 2.2 - FARRISH/GOODMAN/MCGUIRE
Saturday January 11 - AFTERNOON
3PM - performance 3.1 - FARRISH/GOODMAN/MCGUIRE
4PM - performance 3.2 - MCGUIRE/LAMB
Saturday January 11 EVENING
8PM - performance 4.1 - MCGUIRE/LAMB
9PM - performance 4.2 - FARRISH/GOODMAN/MCGUIRE
10PM - OffOffset performance* - Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY's "Saudade"
Sunday January 12 - EVENING
7PM - OffOffset performance* - Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY's "Saudade"
9PM - OffOffset performance* - Joshua Beamish/MOVETHECOMPANY's "Saudade"
Note: Some performances involve partial nudity and haze.
The Mark ODonnell Theater
at The Actors Fund Arts Center
160 Schermerhorn Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
*Accessible by the A,C,F,G,2,3,4,5,Q trains
"Every now and then, I see a dancer whose beauty, presence and intensity reminds me of why dance has been the inescapable through line of my life... Like a great narrator, shes a dancer you want non-stop closeness to, that sustained feeling of intimacy in both stillness and motion. While her lexicon of movement is broad, I came to trust the power of her delivery the sense of motivation, the possibility of surprise in every step.
- THE GLOBE AND MAIL
"Goodman moved to the industrial-ambient music like one of its notes made flesh in a way that elicited from me an audible and unbeckoned "damn" at the end of the performance."
- THE SEATTLE STRANGER
Decent Structures Arts combines live performance, filmmaking and photography in order to find greater intimacy, honesty, and to witness the human experience. It is the bite, the lust, the implosion, the rebellion, the sadness, the effort and exhaustion, the swoon, and all the grit that makes us alive.
"The commissions keep coming for Gabrielle Lamb, a dancer of stunning clarity who illuminates the smallest detailsqualities she brings to the dances she makes, too."
- DANCE MAGAZINE
The Mark ODonnell Theater at the Actors Fund Arts Center (View)
160 Schermerhorn St
Brooklyn, NY 11215
|Minimum Age: 10|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|