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Agenda Cultural: 26th June, 2024


By Roger Costa

@The Joyce Theater

Artistic director Michelle Dorrance leads a fabulous group of dancers, tap-dancers, musicians and improvisational artists who deliver their best on the floor creating Dorrance Dance, probably the most electrifying and dynamic tap company of our days. The dazzling fusion of music and dance offers a jaw-dropping audiovisual experience easily defined as rich, diverse and contagiously vigorous. Returning to the stage of The Joyce Theater, July 16-21, the company will present the World Premiere of new works, as well as a percussive composition by Michelle herself. Tickets start at $20. INFO:


On view through October, Projects Tadáskía celebrates the original work of a young Brazilian trans artist whose imagination creates dazzling images reflecting on freedom and relevant themes of our generation. Born in Rio, Tadáskía is the first artist whom the Museum of Modern Arts has given its walls to be painted. The immersive work is an astonishing colorful large mural taking the entire space and walls, and includes handmade poems hanging on them, as well as two mystical and mysterious sculptures in the centre. MoMA is located at 11 West 53rd Street. INFO:

@Film at Lincoln Center

The annual NYAFF-New York Asian Film Festival returns to Film at Lincoln Center July 12-22 showcasing the best in contemporary Asian cinema. Giving audiences an irresistible taste of all genres, horror, action, thrillers, drama, historical pieces and comedy, NYAFF will feature more than 90 new and classic titles from China, South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Vietnam, and beyond, with nine world premieres, 12 international premieres, and 38 North American premieres. Some of the artists present in this year’s 23rd anniversary are Tony Bui (director, Three Seasons), Shao-yi Chen (producer, Screenworks Asia), Shaina Magdayao (actress), Felix Tsang (Sales & Acquisitions Manager, Golden Scene), and more.  INFO:

@The Newark Museum of Art

As part of the historical 50th Newark Black Film Festival, the pioneer and longest Black Film Festival in USA, the Brazilian drama “Toll” will be screened on Friday, July 12 at 9pm. Directed by Carolina Markowicz and starring a towering performance by Brazil’s notorious actress Maeve Jinkins (one of the Academy’s newest members, just announced this week), “Pedagio” is the most awarded Brazilian film in years, including a special mention at Toronto, Best Film at Rome Film Festival and Best Film and Best LGBTQ Film at Guadalajara Film Festival. After the screening there will be a live conversation with special guests moderated by Roger Costa. Tickets $10. INFO:

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