Dante Brown | Warehouse Dance investigates the theatricality of life, and its respective emotive counterparts, to produce work that is approachable, satirical by nature, and physically innovative.

Artistic Director Dante Brown aims to generate compelling thematic environments within a process of physical and theoretical inquiry.

“…Supersmart, subtle, funny, great swag and charm” —Gary Shrader

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01.08.17
“Pentacle’s Gallery Showcase: APAP 2017”
City Center, Studio 5
New York, NY
2:25PM

About

Warehouse Dance is a collaborative group of movement artists that aim to generate compelling thematic environments within a process of physical and theoretical inquiry. We investigate theatrical moments from a given theme, and their respective emotive counterparts, to produce work that is approachable, satirical by nature, and physically innovative. In the end, we question perspective and the understandings of how see the day to day.

Since 2010, DB|WD has had the opportunity to show work at various locations such as Bates College, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival, Columbus Dance Theater, Dance Gallery Festival, Dixon Place, GAP Green Building, Hillsborough Community College, LaMaMa Moves Festival, Movement Research at Judson Church, Neel Performing Arts Center, Sam Houston State University, Triskelion Arts, The Wild Project, and YourMove Dance Festival.