A Successful First Single Bill Performance!​

April 28th and 29th, 2017

Mook Dance Company performed their first 2-night single bill performance, sub//MERGE, on April 28th and 29th, 2017, to a SOLD OUT AUDIENCE. All of our hard work the past 4 months was so worth it for these two nights. We want to thank our donors and supporters, our audience, the Triskelion Arts staff, our Lighting Designer: David Glista, our Videographer: Jacob Hiss, our photographers: Sam Polcer and Wayne Swenson, our Costume Designer: Erica Johnston, Kobalt Music for the rights to Bon Iver's, 22, A Million, our Graphic Designer: Lori Roberts, our live musicians: John Albert Harris, Jesse Lozano, and Lacy Rose, Brit and Melina Fisher, Susan Tressler and Fabio Corsi, and, of course, our amazing company of dancers. Thank you for your dedication, artistry, and presence in being the vessel for Artistic Director, Winnie Berger's, choreography and voice. What a SUCCESS! 

Granted Music Rights by Bon Iver​

February 16th, 2017

Kobalt Music Publishing America, Inc. has approved and granted Mook Dance Company the rights to use Bon Iver's 22, A Million , for our upcoming single bill performance, sub//merge.  Catch us at Triskelion Arts on April 28th and 29th! You may never have the chance to see this piece again!

Mook's Donated Two Night Performance

August 20th, 2016

Thanks to our generous Twilight Park donors, Brit and Melina Fisher, Mook can begin planning their first ever ALL Mook performance! The show will premier sometime in April at the Triskelion Arts Aldous Theater. We can't WAIT to build, create, and prep new ideas for this amazing show. Details to come!

Mook Performance Listed in Broadway World

May 26th, 2016

The benefit performance, Voices Transposed: The Refugee Crisisis right around the corner, and we've been mentioned in Broadway World! We are one of the headlining companies of this concert on Friday, June 10th at 7pm and Saturday, June 11th at 6pm. Check out the listing here! We are so excited to be one of 12 artists to help promote awareness about the refugee crisis and raise funds for the UNHCR! We'll see you there!

Mook's First Annual Fundraiser

January 15th, 2016

What a success! Mook had their First Anniversary Fundraiser at the Williamsburg Movement and Arts Center with upwards of 50 guests! There was an abundance of food, wine, beer, music, dance, photographs, art, and conversation! Thank you to all who came and supported us. It was the perfect beginning to 2016 for us! Check out the photos from the party here!

Mook Interviewed by the Fordham Observer

December 3rd, 2015

Fordham University's, The Observer, reached out to Artistic Director, Winnie Berger, to touch on Mook's accomplishments since our inception just one year ago! Check out the link below for what's to come in 2016, how we came to be, and the dynamic of our company's artists. Thank you , Morgan!

Eryc Taylor New Choreographer Grant Recipient

December 2nd, 2015

We, thanks to Eryc Taylor Dance Company, are one of three companies that have been given a $1000 grant with the opportunity to perform a 20-minute piece on March 25th, 2016 at New York Live Arts (The White Studio).

 

This piece holds a very significant place in Artistic Director, Winnie Berger's, being. We are working on a piece about the universe; specifically, the path from ignorance/arrogance about religion, to the understanding of one's place in the universe, onwards towards spirituality and the realization of self in this vast universe that we inhabit. It is a transition that Winnie experienced during her undergraduate years at Fordham University, in which she double majored in Theology and Dance. Spirituality and the honest comprehension of ourselves in is one of the primary and rudimentary reasons Mook exists. And we are thoroughly excited for the opportunity and resources to create and perform this work! Thank you, everyone, for your support! Check back with us for more details about the performance! It will be worthwhile and incredibly important--we promise.

Fiscal Sponsorship through Fractured Atlas

November 12th, 2015

Mook is officially fiscally sponsored by Fracture Atlas! That means that any donations you make to Mook through Fractured Atlas are tax deductible! This medium allows us to continue creating our work without the time commitment and arduousness of applying for a 501(c)(3). It allows us to be a tax- exempt organization and gives us the tools we need to raise money and to continue on as a contemporary dance company.

Mook's First Review

September 07, 2015

Mook's First Review

September 7th, 2015

Our performance at Dixon Place on August 28th and 29th has been reviewed by Jerry Hochman, of Critical Dance. Thanks so much to Mr. Hochman for such kind words and positive impressions from our performance. This is a big milestone for Mook, and we're so grateful! It feels wonderful to know that the art we strive to create and share has the effect we want it to have on our audiences. Kudos to an amazing cast and wonderful partnerships with Kristen Klein, Amy Campbell, and Beth Liebowitz. What an exciting time for us! Check out the link here!

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