inQUAD, presented by Inclined Dance Project, is a performance series featuring the work of four emerging female choreographers. This split-bill series debuted in 2015 and aims to network, connect, and promote female dance makers in New York City.
The fifth iteration of inQUAD features the works of dance choreographers Alexis Robbins (kamrDANCE), Lauren Beirne (Lauren Beirne Dance Works), and Charly Santagado (mignolo dance), as well as Kristen Klein of presenting company Inclined
Friday 8/23 & Saturday 8/24: 7:30pm
161a Chrystie St
Tickets: $20 online // $25 at door
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Inclined Dance Project, founded in 2009 by Artistic Director Kristen Klein, is an all-female collective that creates dance works of contemporary athleticism inspired by ever diverse human experiences. Kristen Klein’s choreographic works have been performed throughout New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, California, and in Japan.
Since 2015, kamrDANCE has been intricately fusing tap, percussive movement, and contemporary dance with humor to highlight unique female voices. Under the direction of Artistic Director and Choreographer Alexis Robbins, kamrDANCE has performed at venues across the northeast, including Woods Hole Community Hall, Triskelion Arts, Actors Fund Arts Center, Dixon Place, Center for Performance Research, Symphony Space, SMUSH Gallery, the Transit Museum (Downtown Brooklyn), AS220, and more.
Lauren Beirne Dance Works was founded in Brooklyn in 2015 by Lauren Beirne to create visually moving experiences for ever-evolving audiences. Performances include: HATCH at Jennifer Muller/The Works, The Actors Arts Center, Your Move NJ, West Fest Top Floor, NYU, The Green Space, The Rabbit Hole, and Dumbo Dance Festival, and many more. LBDW is currently collaborating on an extended reality dance film with Integrated Visions Productions.
mignolo dance is a 501-c3 nonprofit contemporary dance company based in New York and New Jersey founded by sisters, Charly and Eriel Santagado, in 2017. They have been dancing and creating together for more than ten years and use this experience to continue to collaborate with each other and other dancers and artists to create new work that explores elements of various artistic mediums through movement.