On Sunday, May 10th Ballaro Dance premiered excerpts of Brothers and Sisters, new work by choreographer Marisa f. Ballaro. The audience was moved by the beauty of the dancing and
the rich discussion to follow with the choreographer. One audience member said she even felt the Holy Spirit present in the theater... the work is about the Roman Catholic faith experience
of Ballaro and the meaningful imagery, music, and stories experienced by the congregation. Six dancers tell stories through movement while embodying mercy, love, patience, strength, and
Join us for our NYC season of Brothers and Sisters:
Saturday, June 20th
St. Francis de Sales Church
7:00pm, reception to follow
Tickets: free excerpt, suggested $10 donation
Friday and Saturday, June 26th & 27th
The Riverside Theatre
Tickets: $20 presale, $25 door
*Tickets on sale soon!
Ballaro Dance is a New York City based modern dance company performing the work of Marisa f. Ballaro.
The dance is about physical space, music, and time. Much of the choreography is fast paced, energetic, and playful, utilizing the dynamics of group versus solo work, with intricate spatial patterning and unison canon phrases used to shape space.