Choreographers are commissioned to explore new ideas about movement and dance in working directly with local social advocacy organizations and their constituencies.

coLAB Arts and the Dance Department at Mason Gross School of the Arts present

MOTION: New Dance Works
Thursday, March 14 at 7:30pm
Friday, March 15, 2019 at 7:30pm

Loree Dance Theater
70 Lipman Drive
New Brunswick, NJ

Featuring new works of dance created in collaboration with local social advocacy organizations and their constituencies:

Elizabeth Malone with Center for Empowerment of Middlesex County

Ashton Waldron with American Littoral Society

Charly Santagado with Schools That Can-Newark

Courtney Colón with Rutgers Center for Adult Autism Services

Parking is available in the Douglass Student Center parking deck, located just before Loree Dance Theater on Lipman Drive.

Tickets are available in advance over the phone through the Mason Gross box office at 848-932-7511, and in person prior to the performance.

Ticket Pricing (fees may apply):
$5 Rutgers Students
$10 Rutgers Alumni and Employees, Seniors
$15 General Public

The Artists

2017 Choreographers:

Kiri Avelar with Esperanza Neighborhood Project

Esther Baker-Tarpaga with NJ Spark

Camille Moten with MyGOAL Autism

Jessica Featherson with Food and Water Watch of New Jersey

Stephanie Beauchamp with Churches Improving Communities

Hillary-Marie with Literacy Volunteers of America, Essex and Passaic Counties

2016 Choreographers:

Robert Mark Burke with Pride Center of New Jersey

Joe Monteleone with Lower Raritan Watershed Partnership

Stephanie Nerbak with TrueSelves Transgender Support Group

Hilary Pearson with Elijah's Promise

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