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Lia McPherson 
Eva Dean Dance 


Friday March 30, 2012 at 8:00 PM EDT
Saturday March 31, 2012 at 8:00 PM EDT

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Brooklyn, NY 11215

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Eva Dean Dance
 Beyond Silver! 
This year Eva Dean Dance is launching our Beyond Silver  Anniversary Campaign. If you haven't visited our Kickstarter Fundraiser for our newest Beyond Silver  (1985-2011) production please click here

Eva Dean Dance: Beyond Silver (1985-2012) 

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Photo:  Bill Irwin – Eva Dean Dance’s CIVRY (1993) Original Cast (left to right): Eva Dean, Linden Holt and Kelly McCormick

March 30 and 31, 2012 @ 8pm
$20 General Admission
$15 Students & Seniors (with valid ID)
<--- To register and purchase tickets click the link to the left 

Eva Dean Dance (EDD) is celebrating its 26th Anniversary by presenting Beyond Silver (1985 – 2012) a retrospective evening-length production featuring Eva Dean’s choreography.  The dances in this production are WELCOME BACK (1991), CIVRY (1993), ELIZABETH’S SOLO (1995), PUMPED (1999), WAVE (2002) from EDD’s original BOUNCE production, and SUMMER (2010-2011) a trilogy of selected critically acclaimed UBA BOUNCE dances. 

Locally grown in Brooklyn, New York, Eva Dean Dance has performed in many of New York City’s finest venues including City Center, Dance Theater Workshop, The New York International Fringe Festival, and the Brooklyn Museum.  The company has also performed nationally and internationally.   Eva Dean Dance has received critical acclaim for its body of work and awards for its site-specific dances in Brooklyn.

Performers are Eva Dean, Timothy Edwards, George Hirsch, Sarah Sadie Newett and ZoŽ Schieber with Guest Artists:  Laura Colon, Holly Heidt, and Rachel Russell.


 “…a profound compilation of dances examining the relationships in various stages of life and human interconnectedness… brilliant dancers… and generous artistry…”
Avery Pearson, NYtheatre.com review

Eva Dean Dance is “…an unalloyed delight” with an “infinite-seeming range of lithe expressive physicality”.
Jennifer Dunning, The New York Times

"…soothing to watch—with its gentle, mesmerizing choreography—and energizing in that it all looks so fun and free (especially free of pretention and modern-dance conventions).
Pia Catton, Wall Street Journal

CIVRY  “is a lighthearted, decorous dance full of counterbalances and gentle supports for falling bodies … it reminded me of why, sometimes, dance matters: in its very lightness, it lifts our cares.”     Elizabeth Zimmer, The Village Voice