A group of female dancers wearing colorful shirts and jeans face away from each other in a large circle while hopping onto one leg
Five dancers in dark clothes stretch their arms out while facing each other against a black background
Two dancers wearing white shirts and black pants lift another dancer wearing a blue, sparkly dress up in the air against a black background.

New Victory Dance: Program C

July 24 – 26, 2024
Recommended Grades
Grades 2 – 12
Free for Education Partners
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

School-time tickets may only be booked by Partner organizations.

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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. It’s a full summer of dance free for summer schools and camps!

The Program

Ladies of Hip Hop

Black Dancing Bodies Project: SpeakMyMind (Excerpt)

A collage of music, poetry and hip-hop choreography celebrating Black women and girls, this piece pays homage to cultural touchstones—schoolyard games, drill teams, the Fly Girls of In Living Color—unfurling the tapestry of what it means to be labeled a Strong Black Woman.

SpeakMyMind was commissioned by Works & Process.

NVA & Guests

Mont Blanc (Excerpt)

Inspired by The Great Fear in The Mountain by Swiss author Charles Ferdinand Ramuz, this new dynamic dance theater work delves into outdated beliefs, generational divides, power and more.


BRUCE (Excerpt)

Performed to the contagious music of Balkan Beat Box and Joanna Newsom, GALLIM presents an exuberant romp that plays with plurality, extravagance and imagination.

About the Dance Companies

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

Ladies of Hip Hop

Ladies of Hip Hop is an all female intergenerational dance collective that creates dance works illuminating the strength, power and diversity of women in hip-hop. Ever present in the work are the freestyle, cipher and call-and-response origins of street and club dance culture. Under the direction of Michele Byrd-Mcphee, Ladies of Hip Hop is rooted in the embodied experiences of women, creating a communal fabric; reclaiming and transforming spaces.

NVA & Guests

Founded by emerging immigrant choreographer Nicole von Arx, NVA & Guests is a dance company that celebrates cultural exchange and community building through dynamic dance theater works. Rooted in New York City and Switzerland, their goal is to connect global audiences with their unique blend of physicality and narrative. Nicole is a 2020 Jacob’s Pillow Choreography Fellow, and a 2023 NYSCA and 2020 Gland Culture grant recipient. Notable venues include The Joyce Theatre and B√Ętiment des Forces Motrices.


Founded in 2007 by groundbreaking choreographer Andrea Miller, GALLIM nurtures creative careers and stimulates the imagination of worldwide audiences through continual innovation in the movement arts. GALLIM’s interdisciplinary programming includes the GALLIM School of Movement, Moving Artist Residency Program, national and international performance seasons, site-specific dance theater works, and collaborations in film, theater, fashion, music and brands.

New Victory Dance

Experience more nights of New York City dance with a whole new lineup!

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For every performance at the New Victory Theater…

  • You can request 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 those with sensory sensitivities or anyone who needs a break from the theater.
  • Wheelchair-accessible seats and Companion seat tickets are available (see more details 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

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