Where Shall I Send My Joys?
Tickets available HERE
Performances with Aerial-Dance & Live Music
Friday, April 1, 2022 @ 7:30 pm
Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College
524 West 59th Street between 10th & 11th Ave, NYC NY 10019
Join us for the premiere of our latest work featuring dancers Maia Ramnath, Cecilia Fontanesi, and Artistic Director Julie Ludwick. The project explores the loss and grief experienced in our pandemic era and how it can be balanced by cultivating and sharing the joys of everyday life. More info on how the project began can be seen HERE
Live Music by Composer Paul Uhry Newman
Cinematography by Cristobal Vivar
Dramaturgy by James Bosley
Costumes by Jane Catherine Shaw
Lighting Design by Miriam Crowe
NOTE: Advance tickets for $25 available until Noon on April 1st.
After that, you will need to purchase a $40 ticket at the door.
At this time, attendees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as defined by the CDC, wear a mask, and present both photo identification and a valid vaccine card. Please plan to arrive no later than 30 minutes prior to your performance time to allow for vaccination checks, security screenings, and ticket pick up. Full COVID policy for attendees is available HERE.
COVID CANCELLATION POLICY
If the show is canceled due to COVID restrictions, we will provide current ticket holders the following options:
- Keep your ticket and use it on our “Rain Date”, Wednesday, April 27
- Donate ticket/s to Fly-by-Night Dance Theater, Inc. (very much appreciated at this time)
- Request a refund of your ticket purchase with us electronically
The Joy Project was developed with the support of a 2021-22 CUNY Dance Initiative Residency at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College. Additional funding provided by the John Jay College Student Activities Association, Inc.
Julie Ludwick was one of 500 New York City-based artists to receive $5,000 through the City Artists Corps Grants program, presented byThe New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA), with support from the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment (MOME) as well as Queens Theatre. Work on The Joy Project started with this support.