E. dancevisions.ny@gmail.com
P. 516-314-2359

Dance Visions NY

Dance Visions was founded by Beth Jucovy in 1990. Devoted to keeping the Isadora Duncan dances and aesthetic alive and current, the company also presents unique, original works which express our shared humanity in our current times. Often works are site-specific or tailored for particular venues or audiences. We bring pure dance works, dance/theater works and narrated, educational programs to local and wider audiences.

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Events

Upcoming Events

Classes!

Sept. 6, 2022, 11 a.m.

 Great Neck Continuing education, 30 Cumberland Rd. Great Neck, NY and online on zoom:  from your home

Great Neck Community Ed classes offered in person including Fascia Stretch Class, Nickolaus based Body-conditioning for Well-being,

Ballet, Classical/Creative/Duncan  and All That Jazz! Fall session in progress but begin any time.

See Great Neck Continuing Education or call 516 441 4949

and

Classes for Adults online -  Bi-weekly class of Body-Conditioning for well-being (based on the Nickolaus technique) and Monthly Online Duncan based workshop for the body and soul! International participants encouraged.  ($15).  Privates also available.

Contact us at  516 314 2359 or dancevisions.ny@gmail.com



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Past Events

Sundays at 5 Performance at Steppingstone Waterside Theatre

Description:

 We are excited to return to this beautiful outdoor theater overlooking the LI Sound! Our program will bring back favorites of Dance Visions NY and show some new work, all perfectly suited for this unique environment. This joyous and rich program celebrates nature and Life! It will also include musical pieces sung and played by rising talent Aerlie Deutscher. We are so excited to bring back DANCE to Steppingstone in 2022! If you would like to attend, please contact Beth at dancevisions.ny@gmail.com or 516 314 2359.

Interdisciplinary Movement Art for 2022 at Hewlett-Woodmere Library

Description:

Morning Afternoon Evening brings to life imagery and ideas inherent in a lyrical and symbolic poem written by the creator’s daughter, Kyra Jucovy. Now with projected still and moving imagery! Straight from off-Broadway at the TADA! Theater (through Emerging Artist's Theater's New Work Series)  we are bringing this performance back to local audiences. With 8 Dance Visions NY company dancers and actor Tzena Nicole, this holistic work consists of poetry, dance, theater and now visual art.  It encompasses timeless and timely themes of destruction leading to creation, darkness to light, ending to beginnings. In addition the company will also perform a segment of authentic Isadora Duncan dances, repertory which seeds the choreography of Morning Afternoon Evening, and is accompanied with live music played by pianist Leonard Lehrman. For ticket info and reservations call: (516) 374-1967 ext 231  This program is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and is administered by The Huntington Arts Council, Inc. 


"Morning Afternoon Evening" at the TADA Theater!

Description: Morning Afternoon Evening presented off-Broadway! through the New Work Series of Emerging Artists Theatre now with new background still and moving imagery!  This work continues to evolve and continues to be so timely and relevant! Tickets are available now!


"Morning Afternoon Evening" brings to life the imagery and ideas expressed in a lyrical and symbolic poem written by the creators daughter. Depicting a journey following a river from its source in caves all the way to the mouth of the ocean, this thought-provoking piece illustrates the life cycle of an idea, an individual, a culture, humanity, a universe. With eight Dance Visions NY company dancers and an actor, it is a holistic artwork consisting of poetry, dance, theater, and (newly created) projected imagery, encompassing timeless and timely themes of destruction leading to creation, darkness to light, ending to beginnings.

Director/Choreographer/Imagery: Beth Jucovy
Poet: Kyra Jucovy
Actor: Tzena Nicole
Dancers: Eric Acevedo, Louisa Cathcart, Ligia Gaissionok, Chiemi Ip, Beth Jucovy, Rebekah Mulkey, Olivia Parente, Michelle Tilghman
Imagery Consultant: Anthony Pepitone
Stage Manager: Daisy Phillips

Interdisciplinary Movement Art for 2022

Description:

Morning Afternoon Evening brings to life imagery and ideas inherent in a lyrical and symbolic poem written by the creator’s daughter, Kyra Jucovy. For this program we are adding projected still and moving imagery! With 8 Dance Visions NY company dancers and actor Tzena Nicole, this holistic work consists of poetry, dance, theater and now visual art.  It encompasses timeless and timely themes of destruction leading to creation, darkness to light, ending to beginnings. After successful runs at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, at Dixon Place Theater in NYC and outdoor programs at historical sites on Long Island, we are bringing this work live to the Elmont Library where "Evening," the film, was shown in 2020. In addition The company will also perform a segment of authentic Isadora Duncan dances, repertory which seeds the choreography of Morning Afternoon Evening, and is accompanied with live music played by pianist Leonard Lehrman. This program is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature and is administered by The Huntington Arts Council, Inc.


"Evening" (live) as part of Dixon Place's and Creative Performances'Dance Bloc festival!

Description:

"Evening" from "Morning Afternoon Evening" is a dance/theater/poetry artwork that illustrates the cyclic nature of so much of our world and has particular relevance today with its themes of destruction leading to creation, endings leading to beginnings and darkness leading to light. The work confronts global and personal trauma and shows a process of accessing the strength, resilience and engagement that potential healing requires. It is also a reaffirmation of the beauty inherent in our universe and a reminder that "the darker the night, the brighter the dawn"  Daisaku Ikeda 

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Contact

E. dancevisions.ny@gmail.com
P. 516-482-2621