Every New Yorker has a story to tell; different joys, trials, musings, and relationships. We all have choices to make, and it’s the way we respond that makes us unique. But when it’s all said and done, we’re all humans. Everyone only gets 24 hours in a day.
EPIC Motion Dance Company is proud to present its fourth annual Spring production “TwentyFour.” Each year our show is a highly-anticipated event that has consistently sold-out, so purchase your tickets early. Join us for a night of inspiration and witness the artistic vision and creative works of our company.
Saturday l May 3rd 2014
Sunday | May 4th 2014
8:30 PM (Doors open at 8:00 PM)
Peridance Capezio Center
126 East 13th Street
New York, NY 10003
FACEBOOK EVENT: [HERE]
Any questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Follow the hashtag #NYTwentyFour on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for updates on the show!
Dea Sevilla (Cookies and Frenemies)
Kevin Nguyen (Cookies and Frenemies)
Friday | April 18th 2014
8:00 – 10:00 PM
Registration begins at 7:45 PM
Downtown Gibney Dance Center Downtown, Studio C2
280 Broadway (Enter on Chambers Street)
New York, NY 10007
$15 for TWO hours
Please email us at email@example.com or message us on Facebook if you have any questions or concerns. We look forward to dancing with you!
Chaldea “Dea” Sevilla is a dancer and choreographer who has been training since a young age, in various styles such as ballet, tap, jazz, hula, and Polynesian around San Diego, CA. Introduced to the hip-hop dance community in 2004, she joined Future Shock San Diego under the guidance of Belle Abuyo and Rainen Paguio. Dea furthered her training with NYR, Funkanometry SD, Boxcuttuhz, and Super Galactic Beat Manipulators. Dea is now happy to call Cookies (formerly known as Choreo Cookies) home and is also a current member of Frenemies. As Dea continues to grow as a dancer and choreographer, her hope is to inspire others; teaching dance abroad as well as with StudioFX and Signature Dance Academy. Dea feels blessed on her path and looks forward to whatever lies ahead.
Kevin Nguyen was born in Iowa and raised in Chicago, where his interest in dance and entertainment started. He started his dance career when he moved to California and joined Chaparral High School’s all male dance team, Agi-lity. Kevin trained heavily with the Temecula Dance Company and Formality. He started getting serious with choreographing during his time on Formality, and was privileged to travel and teach. Recently, Kevin filmed a music video with JIVE Records artist Jawan Harris. He’s an alumni of Super Galactic Beat Manipulators and is currently dancing with Frenemies. He teaches classes at Artistic Dance Academy and StudioFX. He believes that there is always something new to discover in the world of dance, and that one must never stop growing. Kevin hopes to continue working in the industry, while also traveling the world to teach and inspire dancers everywhere
Dea Sevilla & Kevin Nguyen | “Still In This” by B.o.B
Dea Sevilla | “Fool For You” by Alice Smith
Sorah Yang (GRV)
Sunday | March 9, 2014
4:00 – 6:00 PM
Registration begins at 3:45 PM
Ripley Grier Studios, Studio 4A
939 8th Ave, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10019
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or message us on Facebook if you have any questions or concerns.
Sorah Yang is a singer, dancer, choreographer, and teacher. Born and raised in the Bay Area, she moved down to LA in 2009 for school and received her Bachelors in Business Administration from USC in 2012. During college she joined GRV, and has performed on stages like World of Dance LA, The Bridge, Body Rock, Fusion, Vibe, Hip Hop International, Carnival Choreographer’s Ball, and The Hip Drop. While she has been teaching at studios and workshops around Northern and Southern California for the past 6 years, within the past year she was fortunate enough to travel to teach in Hawaii, Virginia, Germany, Russia, and Korea. Sorah believes that her journey to spread joy, empowerment, and positivity through dance is just beginning, and strives to continue to grow and learn as a student so she can progress as an instructor and give back as much as she can.
Want to be a part of EPIC Motion? We’re seeking a few more dancers to join us this season through invite-only auditions! New members will have the opportunity to not only train with us but also perform in our annual spring showcase production.
HOW TO APPLY
Send a video of your best work as a dancer and/or choreographer to email@example.com (Subject: EPIC Motion Mid-Season 6 Auditions – YOUR NAME) as well as complete the application. Both the video submission and application are due January 4, 2014 at 11:59 PM EST.
Your materials will be reviewed and you will receive an invitation email by
January 5, 2014 January 6, 2014.
Please note that those invited MUST be available to audition in person 6-9 PM on Saturday January 11, 2014.
We’re excited to see what you have to offer! Please email us with any question or concerns.
The photo shoot is always one of the highlights of the season and this time around we went downtown to Tribeca to take advantage of the area’s unique atmosphere. Shot over two days back in late-October, the photos are the work of photographer Roman Aguila and our marketing director Omari Allen (yours truly). You can find more photos from the shoot around the rest of the website as well as on our Facebook page, and they will be used throughout the remainder of the season for promotional materials.
Check out some candids and outtakes from the shoot!