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Apply to Present work at APAP!

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Performing Arts

Following its successful 2012 APAP debut, Peridance Capezio Center is proud to once again present choreographers for the 2013Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP) Conferencein the renowned Salvatore Capezio Theater. Performances will take place during the weekend of Friday, January 11th to Sunday, January 13th, 2013. Dance companies and choreographers interested in being a part of Peridance's 2013 APAP Showcases are required to complete an online application form. All applications must be submitted by September 30th, 2012 including a $50 application fee. What you get from Peridance! -Publicity (including APAP conference showcase listings, press releases, online media exposure, and printed materials). -Press materials displayed in the theater lobby for the duration of the program. -Receptions for artists and presenters. -Reserved VIP tickets. -Professional video and photos. -20% discount on Peridance merchandise, during the APAP weekend only. -A technical rehearsal and performance (including all necessary stage crew) in the Salvatore Capezio Theater. The 160-seat theater is a state of the art venue in the heart of NYC near Union Square. The APAP conference brings more than 3,500 arts presenters, agencies, and managers together in NYC to attend showings around the city in search of artists to bring to their venues. Through a curated program, Peridance will present choreographers and dance companies to 2013 APAP conference attendees, helping to propel them into their journey to become established regional, national, and international dance artists. Past artists include Drew Jacoby’s Jacoby & Pronk, Sidra Bell Dance New York, Whim W’Him and Nathan Trice RITUALS. Watch video selections of last year’s show here: For more information or to apply online visit


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