New Voices in Dance Presents Three New Works by Emerging Choreographers Tonight

New Voices in Dance Presents Three New Works by Emerging Choreographers TonightNew Voices In Dance will present an evening of new and innovative dance tonight, June 18th at 8:00PM at The Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Theater at 142 West 46th Street. This evening brings together three distinct and unique dance voices into one program. Tickets are $18.00 online at www.universe.com/newvoices

The program will include:

"Portrait of Three Women" by Sam Householder is an exploration of the portraits of women by Gustav Klimt. The female trio is inspired by the aesthetics, underlying themes and pure humanity that Klimt portrays in his art as the movement elaborates and creates new perspectives and insights of one's personal journey.

"We Shot An Arrow" by Deborah Corrales is inspired by Ray Bradbury's, The Martian Chronicles. This piece is the exploration of mankind's illusion of the past and demise.

"Beau Soir" by William Huntington follows two lovers separated by fate and the gods as they fight to reunite, even if only in death. "Beau Soir" explores ancient Greek pathos through a contemporary lens as love and loss collide.

About the Companies/Choreographers:

Sam Householder (Artistic Director- Dance Householder) Originally from Portland, Oregon, Sam came to New York to study dance and fine art at Adelphi University. Amongst his training in classical ballet and modern dance he has obtained skills in other medias ranging from theatre and poetry to culinary arts. Post college, Householder began working as an independent choreographer in Brooklyn with likeminded passionate artists. In 2014 he founded 'Dance Householder', since its conception, the company has shown various works throughout New York City including HIVE at 92ndY, Cusp at Dixon Place among others. As a choreographer, Householder works with dancers to create art that reaches beyond the limitations of movement and explores the realms of music, aesthetic, theatre, poetry and more. He believes that art is a tool with which we shape our world thus he is continually invests himself into the innovation of his craft with aspirations to make a difference in the world through dance.<


Deborah Corrales (Artistic Director-CADanse) comes from Orange, CA., but currently lives in Brooklyn, NY. She has also trained in ballet since a young age and has all trained in Graham, Horton, and Cunningham modern techniques, jazz, hip hop, tap, ballroom and more. She received her B.F.A. From Cornish College of the Arts, Seattle, WA. Miss Corrales has worked with artists such as Rachel Hagan, Anna Conner, Sarita Lou, Sandra Marin Garcia(Kidd Pivot), Ming Yang, Danielle Agami, Mark Haim, Camille A. Brown and more. Also interested in collaboration work, Corrales has intergrated film, music, and design artists into many of her choreographed works. Currently, she is maing work through CADanse and performing with CEMAdance and Elena Vazintaris.

William Huntington graduated from NYU Gallatin '10 with a BA in Art History and Psychology and then from Peridance's Certificate Program in '13. He has performed works by Sidra Bell, Kristin Sudeikis, Robert Battle, Charlotte Öfverholm, Manuel Vignoulle, Enzo Celli, Deborah Damast, Igal Perry, Sean Roschman, and Marlena Wolfe. Among his most prominent teachers are Alexandre Proia, Stuart Loungway, Deborah Damast, Igal Perry, Milton Myers, Richard Chen See, Alan Danielson, Becky Brown, Reagan Wood, Marnie Thomas, Graciela Kozak, and Lisa Kovacs. He is thrilled to present work in association with Sean Roschman Dance and sends much love to his dancers, friends, and family.