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© 2016 Nathaniel Hunt. All rights reserved

updated December 2019

background photo by Kelly Hsiao

What's New!

Events
Upcoming

Dec 18th - 21st 

MAIM with ZviDance 

New York Live Arts

New York, NY

HERE for more info

 

Jan 10th - March19th 

La Traviata @ The MET 

Metropolitan Opera House

New York, NY

HERE for more info

 

 

Feb 10th - March 3rd 

Agrippina @ The MET 

Metropolitan Opera House

New York, NY

May 15th 

Howard County Public School's Rainbow Conference Guest Speaker

Howard County, MD

May 25th - June 8th 

Sleeping Beauty Ballet 

Alexander Academy of Performing Arts

Makawao, HI

 

 

Fall 2019

Choreography and Composers Performance 

Brooklyn College

Brooklyn, NY

Peabody Preparatory Choreographic Dance Residency

Peabody Institute

Baltimore, MD

Howard County: All County Performance Dance Ensemble Choreographic Residency

Hammond High School

Columbia, MD

Summer 2019

Adaptations Dance Theater Bring It Home Performance

`A`ali`ikūhonua Creative Arts Center, Seabury Hall 

Makawao, HI

The Nathaniel Hunt Project's (Re)Union Performance

Manhattan Movement & Arts Center

New York, NY

Past

MAIM by Zvidance

MAIM premiering Dec 18 - 21 at New York Live Arts.


Featuring dancers Alison Clancy, Doron Perk, Eila Valls Domenech, Jessica Smith, Nathaniel Hunt, Zachary Gonder, Michael Wang
Choreography by Zvi Gotheiner
Music by Scott Killian
Projections by Joshua Higgason
Lighting by Mark London

Wednesday-Saturday at 7:30pm
Saturday Matinee at 2pm


"Droughts, water shortage and the need for water conservation were powerful tensions in Zvi Gotheiner's early years in Israel, epitomized by the government's slogan "Every Drop Counts." Later, Gotheiner would learn the significant role water, or lack thereof, played into the war politics of the region. This year, four million people in Cape Town, South Africa, will stand in line surrounded by armed guards to collect drinking water. And in Mexico City, many of the 21 million residents will only have running water part of the day... and these are only two examples for a growing global trend of water shortage. To bring awareness to such man-made devastation, Gotheiner will anchor his artistic investigation to his personal experience." 

-Broadway World