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Past Performances

Some of our many past performances have included:

  • Midsummer Magic: Zeus' Garden at the Nassau County Museum of Art
  • Midsummer Night at Old Westbury Gardens (2009-2012)
  • Isadora and the American Jewish Experience: 92nd St. Y, Workman's Circle, Charter Oak Cultural Center, Great Neck Adult Ed Programming
  • Dances of Nature/Dances of Interaction, A World of Dance, Favorites and Previews: Long Island Children's Museum, Area Libraries, UNIS Queens
  • Dreamscape: Long Island Children's Museum, Tilles Center for the Performng Arts
  • Visionaries, Revolutionaries and Mavericks-- A Century of Modern Dance: The Landmark Theater Port Washington, Area Libraries, Great Neck Adult Education Programming
  • Isadora Duncan: The Divine Flame: Adelphi University, Hofstra University, BOCES Teachers Workshop, Sands Point, Queens Musuem of Art, Nassau County Museum of Art, Vanderbilt Museum, Area Libraries
  • Dances of Isadora: Solo Concerts at Rubin Academy and Suzaane Dallal Center, Israel
  • Dance Classics for a New Century, King of the Mask and other Modern Ballets: Steppingstone Waterside Theater
  • A World of Jazz: Henry Viscardi School, Area Middle Schools
  • Major Dance Classics and Contemporary Choreography honoring Anna Sokolow, Gemze DeLappe and Julia Levien, Self produced concert North Middle School, Great Neck
  • Dance Old and New-- The Spirit and the Passion, Dances of Isadora: Steppingstone Waterside Theater, Grace Ave Park, Great Neck
  • Your World... in Dance: Area Libraries, UNIS Queens
  • Nutcracker Tale, Dances of Fantasy, Nature and Science: Children's Programming Area Libraries
  • Isadora and the Power of Mythology: Area Libraries
  • Performances for Athens Square Park, on the Intrepid, for 60 by60, Heckscher Park Summer Festival, RIVVA Art Gallery, HATCH, City Center Showcase, Arts in Motion (American Dance Guild), Silk Arts Festival, Waterside Dance Festival, 92nd St. Y, Triskelion Arts, Long Island Fringe Festival


Upcoming Events

Rejuvenation: Dances for the Spring

April 29, 2018, 2 p.m.

North Shore Towers Theater

272-40 Grand Central Pkwy, Queens, NY 11005

We will present inspiring and rejuvenating dances from our repertory in celebration of the Spring season, a time of hope and renewal. Repertory includes dances of Isadora Duncan and original works of Beth Jucovy at the newly renovated, fully equipped theater of North ShoreTowers.

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Duncan Dance, Ballet, Jazz and Nickolaus Technique of Body-conditioning for Adults!

Jan. 10, 2018, 1:30 p.m.

Great Neck Community Education, 30 Cumberland Ave., Great Neck, 11020, Call 56 441 4949 for more info or to register.

Classes for Adults!  Classical Creative Dance/Isadora Dance- Wednesdays at 1:30, Ballet for Adults- Thursdays 1:00,  Body-Conditioning- the Nickolaus Technique, Fridays at 11:30. and Jazz Dance, Fridays at 1:15- 2:30

For more information and Registration: 516 441 4949.

Classes for children! www.childrendancing.net 516 314 2359

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Past Events

Isadora Duncan Masterpieces and original works based on Duncan principles

Description: We produced our first  NYC season! at University Settlement Dec. 4-17, 2017. Highlights of this program include rarely-seen dances of Isadora Duncan's that are particularly relevant in today's political climate.  Furthermore, we will be performing works that highlight Duncan's strong affinity and respect for nature and her philosophy of humanism and hope, also so relevant in our current times.. The concert will also feature artistic director Beth Jucovy's original works that are propelled by Duncan principles including Through the Portals, Blurred Boundaries and other of her major works created over the past decade. 

Dances celebrating Nature and Humanism at the UUCSR


Highlights of this culminating program of our Summer series included Isadora Duncan masterpieces that celebrate the resiliency and triumph of the human spirit: the company's acclaimed staging of Duncan's "Russian Workers Songs" and the heroic Allegro Molto Vivace section of the Tchaikovsky Symphony "Pathetique." In addition Duncan's Chopin dances celebrating nature, favorites from Gluck repertory with themes of Greek mythology and Beth Jucovy's original work, "Rejuvenation" were featured. These dances were presented outdoors in the natural setting of the UUCSR beautiful estate. Hosted by actress Shirley Romaine with live music. . This project was made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Huntington Arts Council. 

Myths a la Mode


Myths "a la mode" In a program complementing Cedarmere’s remarkable grounds, this program begins with dancers at Cedarmere’s various outdoor landmarks who will emerge from the environments as visitors walk through the estate area. The evening will continue indoors in the Living Room, with ancient Greece as the theme- with dancers "warming up" to Erik Satie’s Gymnopédies played live. The program concludes outdoors with dancers gathering from Cedarmere’s grounds to the music of Faure’s Prométhée and lastly large symphonic Greek mythology based dances on the lawn overlooking Long Island Sound. Complementary ice cream and yoghurt is offered. For tickets and venue information, see www.friendsofcedarmere.org
This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Huntington Arts Council. 


Dance Visions NY at Steppingstone Park

Description: With authentic Duncan dances as well as contemporary and jazz favorites of the company. See us in our own hometown at this beautiful outdoor theater in dances with the theme of nature. Featured dances include Jucovy's Shades of Blue, Landscapes, excerpts from Through the Portals and excerpts from her new rock ballet, "Trilogy". Isadora Duncan's dance, Tribute to Artemis - goddess of the hunt,  and solo dances to Chopin and Shubert are also featured.

Site-specific works for Sands Point Preserve


Sands Point Preserve honored the legendary choreographer Isadora Duncan’s aesthetic  and body of work which were created in the early 20th century – the same era in which the Guggenheim Estate was formed. The company of seventeen dancers  performed a combination of Duncan’s works as well as site specific contemporary works at Hempstead House- around the fountain, in the Winter Living Room - and outdoors in the Rose Garden. Highlights included revivals of  rarely seen, timeless Duncan repertory and original works chosen and tailored for this unique environment.

“What mattered in Isadora’s Hellenic dances was not the Greek themes or the gauzy costumes, but the uninhibited vitality, the sense of glorious nakedness.”
              – Lewis Mumford, Cultural Critic, 1905
This program is made possible in part with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M.Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by The Huntington Arts Council, Inc.


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P. 516-482-2621