Skirball Center for the Performing Arts - New York University

“For the choreographer Heidi Latsky, there are no unbeautiful bodies and no bodies incapable of dancing.” The New York Times

Please note that ON DISPLAY, Heidi Latsky Dance's living gallery, will take place in the lower lobby from 6-7 PM.

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Heidi Latsky Dance and AXIS Dance Company will perform together to create an unprecedented evening of innovative dance.

Heidi Latsky is known for using both conventional and unexpected performers. Somewhere is a series of intimate movement portraits that highlight the luminous appeal of a diverse unconventional cast. On Display, created for NYU Skirball, is a living gallery focusing on the themes of inclusion and diversity. Heidi Latsky will also be featured in Solo 1 as a prologue to Somewhere.

As seen on So You Think You Can Dance!, AXIS Dance Company is one of the world’s leading and most innovative ensembles of dancers with and without disabilities. AXIS will present two pieces: Divide, choreographed by Marc Brew, and to go again, a new work created by beloved choreographer Joe Goode.

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Beyond the Stage

November 15 | POST-SHOW

Post-Show Discussion

A Conversation Between AXIS Dance Company and Heidi Latsky Dance

NYU Skirball, in collaboration with Dance/NYC, presents a conversation between AXIS Dance Company and Heidi Latsky Dance. Join us for a discussion with Judith Smith, Artistic Director of AXIS Dance Company, and Heidi Latsky, Artistic Director/Choreographer/Performer of Heidi Latsky Dance, as they discuss the state and future of physically integrated dance, both locally and nationally, and offer up ways for audiences and other dance enthusiasts to get involved. Moderated by Lane Harwell, Executive Director of Dance/NYC.

 ASL interpreters will be present at the Post-Show Discussion, courtesy of NYU Henry and Lucy Moses Center for Students With Disabilities.