Manhattan, NY, June 13, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The fundraiser will feature six dance pieces, games, raffles and a silent auction. The company, headed by Artistic Director Micheline Heal, will present a wide range of works that demonstrates the breadth of the company’s repertoire. Created collaboratively, these works range from choreoplays (dance-theater pieces with a narrative arc) to abstract movement explorations.
Heal performed with internationally touring American Chinese Arts Society’s Traditional Chinese Dance Troupe for ten years. In 2011 she received a Young Artist Grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities and in 2010 was a resident artist at the Firkin Crane in Ireland, selected alongside Kyle Abraham. In 2012 she was curated into Walter Reed Memorial Hospital’s “Stages of Healing,” a series that included the Liz Lerman Dance Exchange. Also in 2012, her dance film “The House on the Hill” was selected to be screened at the Movies by Movers Festival in Winston Salem, NC.
Held in Manhattan, this fundraiser is the company’s coming-out celebration in New York City. Proceeds from the fundraiser will support Mich-Mash Productions. Works can be seen on YouTube, http://www.youtube.com/user/michmashproductions.
Who: Mich-Mash Productions with choreographer, Micheline Heal.
What: Fun Art - A Fundraiser Carnival
Appetizers will be served.
$30 VIP, $15 General Admission, both $5 more at the door.
To purchase tickets, please visit https://www.artful.ly/store/events/1264.
When: Saturday, July 13, 2013, 8:00 p.m. – midnight.
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Performances will be streamed live
Where: Speyer Hall, University Settlement
184 Eldridge St., NY, NY 10002
About Mich-Mash Productions
Mich-Mash is a dance production company presenting the work of Micheline Heal and her collaborators. The company strives to examine the human experience through the lens of dance, resulting in works whose flavors range from theatrical to experimental. To bring these artistic visions to life, the company works collectively to generate choreography, collaborates regularly with artists in other mediums, and integrates projected multimedia into the final presentation. The end result is technologically augmented dance theater. Learn more at www.mich-mash.com.