9:30am - 9:00am
Mark Morris Dance Center
3 Lafayette Avenue, Brooklyn, New York — United States
TODAY ONLY – OPEN HOUSE DISCOUNT ON TICKETS TO THE HARD NUT
Get 10% off using code 41852 at BAM’s website (also can be used in person at the Box Office or phone 718.636.4100)
Code expires at 11:59pm TONIGHT.
4 ticket maximum per order.
A continuation of our year-round community engagement activities, Open House provides a free sampling of a wide array of programming, including dance and fitness classes for all ages and levels and performances of Mark Morris’ repertory by the Mark Morris Dance Group and the student companies of The School at the Mark Morris Dance Center.
In addition to these free classes and performances, Open House gives community members a chance to meet and mingle with faculty and staff, register for children and teen classes at The School, purchase discounted dancewear, and enjoy free food and refreshments provided by local vendors. Open House is an opportunity for everyone in the community to connect, dance, and learn.
“There’s plenty to do at Open House,” says Artistic Director Mark Morris, “Do it all. Watch my company perform. Take a tour of the building. Meet new people. Have a good time. Consider this your dance home. Enjoy it.”
Open House 2015 Schedule
Coffee and pastries
11am-3pm Arts & Crafts Activities (All Ages)
Performance #1 with Next Generation BBoys (from It's Showtime NYC), Music & Singing Classes, Student Companies I and II, and MMDG performing excerpts from The Hard Nut
Soca Dance Workout with Alicia Dellimore
Performance #2 with Next Generation BBoys (from It's Showtime NYC), The School's Music & Singing and Student Companies I and II, and the Mark Morris Dance Group performing excerpts from The Hard Nut
Beer Garden opens on 4th Floor terrace
Programs at the Mark Morris Dance Center are supported in part through public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, the New York City Department for the Aging, and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.