A black man with short, dark hair and a beard looks up and holds his right hand under his chin against a black background
A person with dark hair wears a colorful flower crown, gold earrings, green grapes on their right shoulder and a white blouse while looking straight ahead
A group of seven dancers lift another dancer in the air, and they all wear dark purple and pink clothes

New Victory Dance: Program A

July 11, 2024, at 7pm
Recommended Ages
For everyone 8 and up
Price includes service fees

What Kind of Show?
Dance; dynamic and diverse
75 minutes including interstitials and Talk-Back
The New Victory Theater 209 W 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

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About New Victory Dance

Experience a guided tour of New York City dance this summer at New Victory Dance! Hosted by New Victory Teaching Artists and thoughtfully curated specifically for young audiences, each program showcases a mixed bill of acclaimed NYC-based dance companies—three per program, nine in total—and features an interactive Talk-Back with the dancers and choreographers, all for $13 per ticket.

The Program

Jerron Herman

Vitruvian (Excerpt)

In this dance and media work, choreographer Jerron Herman embodies Leonardo Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man. Experience a new narrative about the history of the “ideal” body from this Black, disabled dancer. The video projected during this piece includes ASL interpretation and captioning.

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company

Viñedos (Excerpt)

Through traditional Mexican dance, Viñedos celebrates the real-life stories of immigrant families who helped build California’s wine industry.

A.I.M by Kyle Abraham

Someday Soon (Excerpt)

Choreographer Keerati Jinakunwiphat examines what flowers can symbolize in this celebratory dance piece.

About the Dance Companies

Get to know the companies performing in New Victory Dance: Program A.

Jerron Herman

Jerron Herman is a dancer and writer who is compelled to create images of freedom. His process is supported by personal histories and social legacies of disability aesthetics that undermine notions of production in favor of welcoming. The nuanced pieces Jerron exhibits contend with an early childhood desire to create many worlds for others to inhabit.

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company

Calpulli Mexican Dance Company’s repertoire is a carnival of folkloric traditions and original creations both choreographic and musical, developed since 2003. Calpulli tells stories entirely through dance, music, elaborate and colorful costuming, and the passion of their performers. Stories were conceived and created by co-founders Alberto Lopez Herrera, former Artistic Director, and Juan CastaƱo, Executive Director, and are told through the artistic vision of Artistic Director Grisel Pren Monje.

A.I.M by Kyle Abraham

The mission of A.I.M by Kyle Abraham is to create a body of dance-based work that is galvanized by Black culture and history and features the rich tapestry of Black and queer stories. The work, informed by and made in conjunction with artists across a range of disciplines, entwines a sensual and provocative vocabulary with a strong emphasis on music, text, video and visual art. While grounded in choreographer Kyle Abraham’s artistic vision, A.I.M draws inspiration from a multitude of sources and movement styles.

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For every performance at the New Victory Theater…

  • You can head downstairs to the Accessibility Table (across from the bathrooms and lockers) to borrow supports like fidgets, earplugs, assisted listening devices, wheelchairs and more.
  • Our quiet Cozy Zone and a live feed of the performance are available in the lower lobby at all times for patrons with sensory sensitivities or anyone who needs a break from the theater.
  • Wheelchair-accessible seats and Companion seat tickets are available for purchase (see more details on the seat selection page when buying tickets).

Read more about all of the New Victory accessibility offerings for additional details, and prepare for your visit with our New Victory Social Story.

New Victory Dance Supporters

New Victory Dance is supported, in part, by a generous grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation in honor of Dawdie Appelson, a teacher, arts enthusiast and life-long supporter of the performing arts.

Jody and John Arnhold | Arnhold Foundation | Howard Gilman Foundation | Harkness Foundation for Dance | Mertz Gilmore Foundation | Public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council | New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature | The Jerome Robbins Foundation