Come and see the artists of Monica Hogan Danceworks as they bring 4 unique works to the stage in this eclectic and entertaining evening of dance!
"The Series" presented by The Moving Beauty Series provides artists a unique and immensely valuable opportunity to present a substantial sampling of work, presenting just two companies each night. They also give the artists 50% of every ticket sold, so your support will directly help us to continue putting work on stage throughout our 2015 season!
Tickets available online now here!
Evelyn Joy Fontana
MHDW is performing as a part of the National Choreography Month Gala! Join us to see the new work we've been cooking up.
NACHMO (National Choreography Month) is the dance community’s annual kick in the pants. In February, NACHMO showcases new dances in both informal and fully produced shows throughout the country. This show features freshly made work in NYC!
Tickets are just $12 and are available here.
More info available on the Facebook event page.
NACHMO - National Choreography Month - is your yearly choreographic kick in the pants. Conceived by Sharyn Korey and Anna Brown Massey, NACHMO spurs dancers to choreograph by challenging them to work against a deadline.
For one month each year, we put aside our excuses, our hesitations, and perhaps our day jobs to work intensely on making dance. Through the communal blog, social media, and live events throughout January, we provide opportunities for individual artists to network and collaborate.
Monica Hogan Danceworks will be participating in New York's National Choreography Month throughout all of January. Stay tuned for information on where you can catch us performing the resulting work!
Monica Hogan Danceworks has been selected to choreograph and perform a new work for the MaD Circle Dance Concert on August 10th!
Additional details can be found via the Facebook event.
About Mad Circle
Can you take something old — something mired in tradition and expectations — and make it new? Can forms calcified through glacial evolution be revolutionized? These are the driving impulses behind MaD (Music and Dance) Circle, a collaboration between Composer's Voice and curators Callie Hatchett and Erin Bomboy. MaD Circle seeks to take the outmoded forms of Tango and Waltz, associated with the mores of the ballroom and rooted in sexist implications, and revitalize them for a new generation through fresh choreographic ideas and rejuvenated music structures.
MaD Circle selected choreographers, both established and emerging, to be randomly assigned a new piece of music curated from a selection of compositions especially composed for this project from working composers.
Dancer Courtney Liu will be performing a solo choreographed by Monica Hogan as a featured solo artist with the BalaSole Dance Company this summer!
Friday, July 18 @ 8 pm // Saturday, July 19 @ 8 pm
BalaSole Dance Company, founded in 2010 by Roberto Villanueva, is a multi-genre and all-inclusive dance company whose mission is to bridge the gaps that exist in the field of dance. Since its official incorporation in July 2010 as an educational non-profit dance organization, the company has presented informational sessions and performances for the general public at prominent dance venues throughout New York City.
Monica Hogan Danceworks will hold a masterclass for the Duke University Dance Program students, led by alumnae Monica Hogan (T'12) and Courtney Liu (T'13). Class will consist of a warmup, some improvisation techniques, and a bit of company repertory.
The event is FREE and open to the public.
See here for more information.
This masterclass is sponsored by the Duke Dance Program Backstage Events.
Come see us at the Salvatore Capezio Theater at Peridance! Please check back here for ticket information.
Saturday, April 12, 2014, at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, April 13, 2014, at 4:00 p.m.
Jazz Choreography Enterprises, Inc. (JCE), is a nonprofit corporation formed in 2007 whose mission is to encourage the creation of jazz dance in concert form.
Look for a Monica Hogan Danceworks appearance at the Brooklyn Free Clinic Conference with SUNY Downstate Medical Center.
April 12, 2014
Brooklyn Free Clinic
10:00am - 8:00pm
227 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Admission is free.
The Brooklyn Free Clinic with SUNY Downstate Medical Center is holding a day-long conference about current health issues called What's Next: Reimagining Health.
This is a free local event exploring the psychological, social and biological aspects of health. Speakers have been invited from across disciplines to give talks addressing health and medicine in our Brooklyn community. Brooklyn artists and performers will display their work and talents, creating both an educational and entertaining environment.
This program is designed with a great variety of topics to capture the interest of everyone! Within one day, establish creative, inspiring and brilliant connections! BFC What's Next: Reimagining Health is an important opportunity to encourage interdisciplinary curiosity, dialogue, and exchange for all demographics of the Brooklyn community.
Monica Hogan Danceworks participated in New York's National Choreography Month throughout all of January. Come see the fruits of our labors at the NACHMO5 Gala Showing!
Sunday, February 9th at 2:00pm
Actors Fund Arts Center @ The Schermerhorn
160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Located between Hoyt and Smith Street
Take the A, C, or G train to the Hoyt/Schermerhorn station or the F train to Bergen Street or Jay Street/Metro Tech station.
$12 tix in advance/$15 tix at the door
Want to get in on the NACHMO action? Join in on the fun here.
Be sure to catch Monica Hogan Danceworks performing as a part of the CoolNY 2014 Dance Festival!
We will be performing in 2 of the shows:
Friday, February 7 - 9:00 PM
Sunday, February 9 - 6:00 PM
Tickets are FREE to the public, though a $10 donation is encouraged to help support WHITE WAVE and hte programs they provide for artists like us!
Tickets are only available at the door. No reservations will be taken.