Hamptons Dance Project IV - Guild Hall
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GUILD HALL: OFFSITE & OUTDOORS
Hamptons Dance Project IV

Members of Hamptons Dance Project on Gardiners Bay. Pictured L to R: Tyler Maloney, Michael de la Nuez, Isadora Loyola, Thomas Forster, Catherine Hurlin, Carlos Gonzalez, and Jose Sebastian. Photo: Erin Baiano

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Friday, August 12 - Sun, August 14
General Admission: $125.00 ($112.00 for Members)
VIP Ticket: $200.00 ($180.00 for Members)*
*VIP Ticket includes a pre-show cocktail reception

August 12–14
5:00pm: VIP Ticket-Holder Cocktail
6:00 – 7:30pm: Performance

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Overview

This program will take place outdoors.

Jose Sebastian and Hamptons Dance Project (HDP) return to Guild Hall for their fourth summer season. Set on a stunning 20-acre farm overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, this annual event honors the East End’s legacy as a creative hotbed and artistic haven to promote dance as a pillar of the area’s rich cultural landscape. The Hamptons Dance Project pairs dancers from American Ballet Theatre and beyond with master choreographers in fresh, dynamic works—including world premieres—that explore a wide spectrum of dance from contemporary to classical.

Hamptons Dance Project IV will feature world premiere performances by Houston Thomas and Luke Hickey along with pieces by Adriana Pierce and Jorma Elo. Sebastian is especially happy to also have choreographers Christopher Wheeldon and Justin Peck returning this year. “We explored Justin’s ballet, ‘CHUTES AND LADDERS’ through Guild Hall‘s William P. Rayner Residency earlier this year. We are looking forward to coming full circle as we present it as part of our 2022 season,” said Sebastian.

This year’s company of dancers includes Jose Sebastian along with ABT dancers Skylar Brandt, Catherine Hurlin, Isadora Loyola, Lauren Bonfiglio, Ingrid Thoms, Sierra Armstrong, and Michael de la Nuez*.

Jose Sebastian & Hamptons Dance Project are the Inaugural Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artists-in-Residence.

Chairs will be available or you can bring your own beach chairs and blankets. It is recommended to bring sunscreen and insect repellant, and wear comfortable shoes, as guests will walk through the natural landscapes from the parking area to the stage. Transport will be available from the parking area to the stage for those who need assistance. Restrooms will be available.

The private address for the performance will be provided to ticket buyers upon confirmation of ticket purchase and again 24 hours prior to the performance date.

*Program and dancers subject to change.

  • Hamptons Dance Project

    The Hamptons Dance Project pairs dancers from American Ballet Theatre and beyond with master choreographers in fresh, dynamic works—including world premieres—that explore a wide spectrum of dance from contemporary to classical.

    https://hamptonsdanceproject.org/

     

Event Sponsors

Principal Sponsor: Leila Straus, in memory of her husband, Mickey.

Public funding provided by Suffolk County.

Wine for the VIP receptions courtesy of Macari Vineyards.

The Guild Hall William P. Rayner Artist-in-Residence program is supported by Principal Sponsor, Kathy Rayner in memory of her husband, Billy Rayner.

Theater Programming supported in part by The Schaffner Family Foundation and funding from The Melville Straus Family Endowment. Music Programming is supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.

 

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