92nd Street Y
Celebrating Thirty Years
of Fridays at Noon
with Sixty Choreographers
Showing Sixty Short Dances

Andrew Jannetti & Dancers presents
"For Kiki"
featuring Andrew Jannetii & Lauren Naslund
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Saturday, May 20 at 8PM
at the 92 St Y Harkness Center

Choreographers show works from 1-7 minutes over three performances:

May 19 1987-1996
xMay 20 1997-2006
May 21 2007-2017


Jane Kosminsky, the originator of Fridays at Noon will introduce the festival, the first performance, "New Companies, New Worlds" with choreography by Mark Haim, Katherine Howard, Judy Landis and Michael Schumacher will be screened, 'Remembrances' will be read, and each performance will conclude with a lively (short) group improvisation.

Participating choreographers at this writing include: Anna Sperber, Ara Fitzgerald, Catey Ott Thompson, Ian Spencer Bell, Mariko Tanabe, Kate Digby, Douglas Dunn, Ursula Eagly, Sara Joel, Andrew Jannetti, Maxine Steinman, Barbara Mahler, Tiffany Mills, Alice Teirstein, Julia Gleich, Heather Harrington, Lori Belilove, Sandra Rivera, Christopher Williams, Christopher Caines, Aileen Passloff, Diana Byer, Caroline Dorfman, David Parker, Sue Hogan, Rebecca Stenn, Benjamin Lang, Celeste Hastings, Annie Sailer, Sue Bernhard, Kathleen Isaac (the work of Errol Simpson), Mark DeGarmo, Kate Thomas, Rae Ballard, Jessica Nicoll and Barry Oreck, Jim May, Heidi Latsky, Jody Oberfelder, Gloria McLean, Jared Stern, Sydney Ireland, Laura Shapiro, Ellen Cornfield, Carlos Fittante, Martita Goshen, Amber Sloan, Chris Elam, Anna Sokolow
and
Amy Kail, former Fridays at Noon director, who will introduce Saturday night.

If you do not see your name and you would like to be included please email me: ctharin@92Y.org
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