Nikki Manx Dance Project

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Recipient of a 2015 award given by The Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic AffairsNikki was recently recipient of a 2015 award given by The Bergen County Division of Cultural & Historic Affairs. The award was given for her work with issues of social change that her dance company Nikki Manx Dance Project incorporates into their work.

"Choreographer Nikki Manx likes to tackle social and political themes. Her work is very accessible to audiences that are not necessarily versed in modern dance." -- Stated in an interview by Rob Johnson of the Star Ledger with Avianna Perez, founder of the "Your Move" Dance Festival, of which NMDP has been a participant for 3 years.



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Mission Statement
My goal as a choreographer is to represent dance as a necessity to the community.

While supporting a movement style that is unrestricted and flows freely, my dancers simultaneously embody a powerful motivation behind their movement. The company incorporates a theatrical and unique gestural vocabulary that enables the community to question social, political and thought-provoking issues brought to the forefront through movement. In accordance with many of the social issues brought to light by the dancers, we hope to inspire progressive change in our communities.

Nikki Manx
Artistic Director
& Choreographer


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NMDP's 2015 evening length production


will present ecological observations and solutions. Each dance will explore various topics concerning environmental sustainability such as, overconsumption, pollution, climate change, and protecting our waters and forests to avoid environmental degradation.

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Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, through grant funds administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.