nathan trice | RITUALS: An Afternoon of Dance, Theater, and Music

As we move through the season of love, join us for an intimate evening of dances about love, humanity, and spirituality by Nathan Trice, NYC-based choreographer.

WHEN: March 25 | 3:00 PM
Performance lasts for 75 minutes

WHERE: Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art, Main Hall Gallery, Building C

ADMISSION: General admission: $20
Snug Harbor Member: $15
Advance registration requested | Door sales will be open as capacity allows


Nathan Trice is the founder and artistic director of nathantrice / RITUALS Dance. Theater. Music, based in Brooklyn NY since 1998. His mission is to present artistic educational programs and performances that reflect the importance of empathy, compassion and understanding for one another, in the pursuit of global humanism. The company has been in-residence at Brooklyn’s Billie Holiday Theater for 17 years.

Trice will be sharing work from three of his most significant projects:

His Recognizing Women Project will share an excerpt from “Alchemist In The Garden,” a work inspired by ongoing discussions with groups of fathers on raising their daughters.

Strange Love: EPISODES will share work inspired by ongoing community discussions on the internal and external look of Courtship, Intimacy & Love.

A.I.D.: The Future, a mentorship program, will show work from six Millennials & Gen Z participants that share their contemplative perspectives on what connects our humanity to our spirituality.

Each work is developed through ongoing discussions with local community and professionals that aim to foster exposure, access and inclusion to art making, as a way to understand our most common humanistic values.

nathan trice / RITUALS creative and community engagement work is supported by funds from the Billie Holiday Theaters resident choreographers fund.

Snug Harbor arts programming is made possible through generous support from the Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation, Howard Gilman Foundation, New York State Council on the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.