THE CHOREOGRAPHY LAB

a lab for theatrical choreographers.

SUBMISSION PROCESS:

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Now in its 3rd season, The Choreography Lab is the only curated choreography platform where choreographers and writers collaborate to develop movement for new musicals during incubation. Physicality and movement are part of human expression. Finding the right movement is crucial to complete communication of untold stories. The physical world of Theatre Barn’s chosen stories are explored and wrought over, just as the text of a new work is explored through readings, workshops, and work sessions. The lab was created to introduce and integrate choreography into new work development. 

 

Conceived + Curated by Avital Asuleen

 

 

 

 

 

 

THEATRICAL CHOREOGRAPHERS - Please submit the following:

  • Resume

  • Bio (100 words or less)

  • A reel of your work, if available

  • A video recording of at least one full piece of your work

  • Answer the following 5 questions (please keep your responses brief):

 

1) Tell us about your philosophy and approach as a choreographer and storyteller.
2) Of all of the work that you have choreographed, which piece are you the most proud of and why?
This can be a concert dance piece, one moment in a full-length theatrical piece, or your body of work on a full-length musical.
3) Who are your choreographic influences? 
4) Why is The Choreography Lab important to you? Why is it important for our community?

5) What are your strengths and weaknesses as an artist?

 

Send submissions by email to Avital Asuleen: choreolab@nytheatrebarn.org

Please write the following in the subject line of the email: Choreography Lab / [your last name] / Choreographer

 

 

MUSICAL THEATRE WRITERS - Please submit the following:

  • Resume(s)

  • Bio(s) (100 words or less)

  • Work samples of the work you are submitting (demo, libretto)

  • Work samples of 2 other projects 

  • Answer the following 5 questions (please keep your responses brief):

 

1) Tell us about your philosophy and approach as a writer.

2) What is the story of the piece you are submitting to the lab for consideration?
3) Of all of the pieces that you've written, which is your favorite and why?

4) Why is The Choreography Lab important to you? Why is it important for our community?

5) What are your strengths and weaknesses as an artist?

 

Send submissions by email to Avital Asuleen: choreolab@nytheatrebarn.org

Please write the following in the subject line of the email: Choreography Lab / [your last name] / Writer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBMISSION PROCESS:

520 8TH AVE  | #331 | NEW YORK, NY 10018

INFO@NYTHEATREBARN.ORG

 

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