Media Relations for Intimate, Experiential New Work: "The Garden"
Canary Promotion will deliver media relations for The Garden, a new experiential work by Fringe Festival favorite Nichole Canuso, featuring the original music of Michael Kiley and James Sugg.
Tickets are on sale now for the September preview performances during the 2013 Fringe Festival presented by FringeArts. The Garden will premiere at full capacity November 1-17. Tickets will go on sale October 7.
About the client:
Nichole Canuso Dance Company (NCDC) creates dance-based projects exploring the complexity of human experience. Founded in 2004 by performer and choreographer Nichole Canuso, NCDC makes original work, performs, tours and teaches. Projects are developed through collaboration across disciplines with dancers, designers and musicians. NCDC has been presented by Dance Theatre Workshop (NYC), Judson Church Movement Research Exchange (NYC, Philadelphia), Links Hall (Chicago), Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival (NYC), the International Festival of Art and Ideas (CT), HERE Arts Center (NYC), The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, among others, as well as several colleges and universities nationwide. Recent works include "Wandering Alice" (2008) and "TAKES" (2010).
NCDC’s work has been supported through grant awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Knight Foundation and The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage through Dance Advance, among others.
PHILADELPHIA — Following a sold-out preview during the 2013 Fringe Festival, Nichole Canuso Dance Company (NCDC) presents the world premiere of The Garden, an intimate performance experience meant for six audience members at a time. Canuso’s experiential work, on stage November 1-17 in Old City’s sprawling Power Plant Basement (233 N. Bread St.), is designed to illuminate the peculiar beauty of being alone in our bodies through moments of solitude, observation and immersion.