Tuesday, January 11, 2011


JANUARY 9, 2011

from the desk of Bonnie Sue Stein

In spite of the stressed economy, and the decreased funding for the arts, East Village Dance Project (EVDP) in partnership with GOH Productions has opened Avenue C Studio at 55 Avenue C, near East 4th Street in Manhattan.
We are the only studio east of 2nd Avenue in the East Village, and we are the new permanent home for the EVDP youth program which has been running in studios all over the neighborhood for the last 14 years. Also, the recently formed East Village Dance Project Jr. Company, a group of teens, will be rehearsing and developing new work at Avenue C Studio! EVDP offers a full week of classes in ballet, modern, improvisation and jazz classes for ages 4 to adult. Check out the website for details: www.eastvillagedanceproject.com.

Also, we welcome our good friends at Movement Research who have moved their offices to 55 Avenue C and will offer some of their programs in the new studio space!

OPEN HOUSE was on Sunday, January 9. Councilperson Rosie Mendez stopped by as well as 100 of our friends and neighbors and kids. The EVDP Jr Company performed twice, and we launched our first full week of classes. Come by! Take a class! Rosie promised to dance again, after revealing that when she was studying at NYU, she actually took a few modern dance classes. Go Rosie!

1 comment:

  1. ALL PHOTOS ARE BY ROBERT LONDON. The images include: Chloe London (dancer), Rosie Mendez (council person) with Martha Tornay, director of East Village Dance Project, and Bonnie Stein, GOH's director. Luke Page, dancer.