Please Note: Storm King will close at 4PM, Saturday, June 22, 2019
In order to prepare for our annual Summer Solstice Celebration, Storm King will close at 4PM, Saturday, June 22, 2019.Last admission into Storm King will be at 3:15PM.
To learn more and purchase tickets to the event, visit www.stormkingsummersolstice.org
Performance: The Dance Cartel & Storyboard P.
Be wowed by the moves of The Dance Cartel and Storyboard P. during an exciting afternoon of dance and improvisational movement at the rooftop of 2017 Outlooks artist Heather Hart’s The Oracle of Lacuna.
- Lawn seating, chairs and blankets are welcome. A limited number of chairs will be provided for priority seating.
- Visitors are advised to arrive one hour prior to the start of the performance to allow for admission, parking, and a 15–25 minute walk to the performance site.
- Food and beverages are available for purchase at the Storm King Cafe, a 10-minute walk from the performance site.
The Dance Cartel is after a new brand of dance experience. Taking note of a dance community that often serves a niche audience, the Cartel creates dances that are vibrant, immersive, and often participatory. Without sacrificing technical rigor or artistic ambition as a dance company, we endeavor to employ the social nature of dance, the charge of a party, and the sharpness of a music video to a fresh dance vocabulary that any Joe can get down with.
Storyboard P. is a “visual vanguard” and the recipient of a Bessie Award for Best Emerging Choreographer (2015). He has performed at Mass MOCA (2015), Gateway Arts Center (2017), Watermill Art Center (2017), City Center Summer Concert Series (2017); Sadler Wells in London (2012 & 2017), and the Newark Riverfront Park’s Dance Newark! Storyboard P. has been included in the New York Times Dance Feature, commercials including Apple, Lurpak and Timberland, and video production includes work with JAY Z, Flume & Chet Faker, among others. He is also the subject of a documentary film entitled “Stranger in Sweden” about his experience bringing his art overseas. As the name “Storyboard P.” suggests, he tells stories using his body to depict pictures into visual animations.