APAP Special: Out of Israel

Troy Ogilvie and Francesca Romo of Gallim Dance, photo by Franziska Strauss

Yes, it’s that time of year again.  The annual Association for Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) conference starts tomorrow.  Thousands of performing arts professionals will attend and be stationed at the Hilton for events throughout the weekend, but there are plenty of opportunities to see performing arts groups around town.

I’m looking forward to Out of Israel at the 92nd Street Y, which will feature several New York-based Israeli choreographers.  The participating groups include Gallim Dance, LeeSaar The Company, Deganit Shemy and Company, and Neta Pulvermacher, among others.  Performances are FREE and happening throughout the day on Friday and Saturday, January 7th and 8th.  Tickets for the Sunday performance are $10.

Check the 92Y’s website for the full lineup for Out of Israel.

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1 Response to APAP Special: Out of Israel

  1. Doug says:

    I saw LeeSaar The Company and was exhilarated by the dynamism and beauty and intellectually engaged by the dancers who whisper to the audience. Bravo!

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