Nikki Manx Dance Project

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Current Company Members:
Nikki Manx, Artistic Director & Choreographer
Nicole Bruno, Dancer
Jenna Familletti, Dancer
Alyson Monaco, Dancer/Media Manager
Lauren Beirne, Guest Artist/Costume Designer

Nikki ManxNikki Manx
(Artistic Director & Choreographer)

Nikki Manx is a choreographer, performer, and dance educator. She obtained her BFA in dance at Mason Gross School of the Arts. Nicole is the Artistic Director and Choreographer of Nikki Manx Dance Project. Her choreography has been presented throughout NY and NJ at Abrons Arts Center (NYC), Green Space Studio (Long Island City, Queens), La Belle Époque and Silk City Arts Festival (Paterson, NJ), Loree Theater and Alfa Art Gallery (New Brunswick, NJ), The Two River Theater (Red Bank, NJ), The Gershwin Hotel (NYC), Arts Youniversity (Hamilton, NJ), HATCH (NYC), and three seasons of "Your Move" at Art House Productions (Jersey City, NJ). Nicole has presented her work at The Grounds for Sculpture through The Outlet Dance Project in 2006 and 2009. She has also presented two evening length dance performances at The George Frey Center in Fair Lawn, NJ. Her most recent evening length, "Call to Action," showcased dances that explored social issues, such as homelessness, big business, bullying, animal rights, and commercialism.

Nicole has performed the work of Kelly Donovan, Erin Pride, Cleo Mack, Randy James, and Alie Vidich. Nicole has also danced for Stage Stars in several performances of Rocky Horror Picture Show, "Back to the 80s" (Count Bassie Theater, Red Bank, NJ), and "Beatles Bash VII" (State Theatre, New Brunswick, NJ.)

Nicole teaches all ages and forms of dance throughout private and public schools in New Jersey. Nicole also directs Heartbeat Dancer's Revolution, a student flash mob group that reflects on social issues.


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6,000 Bobby Pins Later...

Saturday, February 3rd | 7:30pm
Actors Fund Arts Center
160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn

Lauren Beirne Dance Works and Six Degrees Dance Company Present a short evening of dance made by unique
New York + New Jersey based dance artists; "6,000 Bobby Pins Later..." followed by wine/meet + greet! Enjoy six original and compelling works during one night in Brooklyn!




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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.