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Photo Flash: Broadway Choreographers Showcased at 2013 BC BEAT

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Broadway's most daring, curious, and talented artists gathered at Cielo for the Fall 2013 BC Beat on Monday, November 11th, the showcase and dance party with its own rules for sharing work and connecting artists. The evening's choreographers featured: Charlie Sutton, Cindy Salgado, Caleb Teicher, Kyle Mullins, Tricia Brouk, Josh Assor, Rickey Tripp, and Jennifer Jancuska, as well as performers Daniel Watts, Jennifer Locke, Ephraim Sykes, Aurelia Michael, Voltaire Wade-Greene, Masi Yahya James, Amber Jackson, Elizabeth Burke, Macy Sullivan, Ryan VanDenBoom, Matthew Steffens, Heather Hamilton, Shiloh Goodin, Liz Piccoli, Paul Romero, Borris York, Matty Oaks and Rachel Guest. Broadway veteran Justin Johnson curated the music. Scroll down for photos from the show!

As a catalyst for professional development between choreographers, directors, performers and creative team members, BC Beat provided a platform for curious and innovative theatrical choreographers to share story driven work in an inspired environment of heightened energy and intimate support. The evening was an exciting mix of choreographed work and dance party fun where the dance floor is uniquely shared with all in attendance.

In just two years, since its premiere in the spring of 2011, BC Beat has created a family of 40 choreographers, each with a unique tie to Broadway and a dedication to developing theatrical work including Stephen Hoggett, Richard Hinds, Patrick McCollum, John Carraffa, Brooke Wendle, Ron Todorowski, Daniel Watts, Marcos Santana, Camille A. Brown, Al Blackstone, Jennifer Jancuska, Jon Rua, and Cherice Barton.

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