National Choreographers Initiative: Discovery 2008 Showcases The Best Young Choreographers
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The last date listed for National Choreographers Initiative: Discovery 2008 was Saturday July 26, 2008 / 8:00pm.
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Get randy while you give back with this charity burlesque show. Featuring some of the loveliest ladies in Southern California, this exciting and sexy evening features performances by Sophia Sirena, Miso Pretty, Iza la Vamp, Nikita Bitch Project, Dolly Danger, Martini Bombshell and many more. The enthralling evening is hosted by the buxom godmother of burlesque Lili VonSchtupp and will feature a routine from vintage dance troupe the ATOMIC Cherry Bombs. All of the proceeds from the evening's entertainment will be donated to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Learn More
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Read more about the NCI 2008 choreographers: Ma Cong, Emery LeCrone, Amy Seiwert, and Edmund Stripe, as well as Artistic Director Molly Lynch.
The development process for this year’s NCI has been documented on video.
NCI Discovery 2006, the last iteration of the event offered on Goldstar, got enthusiastic reviews from members.
Be there for the birth of, not one, but four new ballets created as part of the intensive 3-week process of the National Choreographers Initiative. Director Molly Lynch invites four noted choreographers to participate, as well as sixteen professional dancers from ballet companies across the country. NCI is a southern California project with national influence. In its first four years, NCI has helped 16 choreographers to develop new works. A dozen of the pieces begun here have gone on to be premiered or developed further and performed elsewhere in the U.S. and abroad. The project culminates in a public performance showcasing the excitement of new creation. It’s also an opportunity to hear the choreographers talk about their concepts and ideas and for you to ask questions and participate in the discussion. It’s a mind-expanding excursion into the world of dance.