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NYRP/BAM to present immersive dance performance

July 8, 2015 Brooklyn Daily Eagle
The Dance Cartel will perform “Wet Clutch” in Brooklyn on July 17 and 18. Photo by Maddy Talias
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On July 17 and 18, Arts in the Gardens — a series by New York Restoration Project (NYRP) and Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) — will present a two-night run of The Dance Cartel’s “Wet Clutch.” 

Known for pushing boundaries and defying expectations of traditional dance performance, The Dance Cartel explores female imagery and pop culture icons of the past 50 years with this immersive performance experience and video mash-up. 

After a similar limited engagement at La MaMa this May, “Wet Clutch” comes to the Jane Bailey Memorial Garden (327 Greene Ave.) in order to bring a unique brand of explosive public dance experience to an outdoor stage. 

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The Dance Cartel is well-accustomed to adapting to a variety of diverse spaces, including The Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Museum of Arts and Design, The Manderley Bar, (Le) Poisson Rouge, Ars Nova Theater, Littlefield, Glasslands Gallery, Art in Odd Places, Espaco Xisto Bahia, Summer on the Hudson and the Red Hook Festival.

Both performances will begin at 8 p.m. See for additional information.

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