Attila Joey Csiki, Principal Dancer
Lar Lubovitch Company
1. Who participates?
Emerging, professional, and distinguished choreographers many of whom are so busy throughout the year teaching, choreographing, directing, administrating, or performing for parent companies, leaving no time or opportunity to engage themselves in international productions.
2. Do I pay to participate?
Yes, you do. To find out how to qualify, and the investment required, call my office at (502) 265-7041. You may call from Monday through Saturday, between the hours of 9 A.M. and 9 P.M. Eastern Time. You may email us at any time. Our email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
3. How do I register?
First you register by phone calling my office at (502) 265-7041 and you'll follow up mailing a non refundable deposit to reserve your space in the showcase. You may call from Monday through Saturday between the hours of 9 A.M. and 9 P.M. Eastern Time. You may email us at any time. Our email is: email@example.com
4. Will I receive a contract after I register?
Yes, you will immediately receive a contract after you register.
5. How many dancers can I include?
You may include as many dancers as you need in your choreography.
6. Can I take family and friends?
Yes, you can include your family and friends. Email us for information and prices.
7. How do I know if I will be accepted?
I will personally review your professional resume and your videotape. If you are professional I will not censor your work in any way. You will receive an official invitational letter with your contract. If I feel the quality of your work is less than professional, I will advise you. Keep in mind, the quality of the performance is of the upmost importance for all involved. If you have questions, please contact me.
8. Can I present solo work?
Yes, you can. In fact many choreographers do.
9. How many minutes will I be performing?
Time is limited to 7 minutes for solo work and maximun of 12 minutes for group.
10. What kind of work will I present?
The focus is in Modern and Post Modern Dance. You may present Classical Ballet, Jazz, Ethnic, or other forms of Contemporary Dance.
11. Can we use props?
You must think practically. You will be traveling by plane, sometimes train, sometimes bus and taxi. Is it practical to be carrying whatever prop you have in mind? We found traveling light is always the best, and less expensive.
12. Do I need a valid passport to travel?
Yes, you will need a valid and updated passport to travel. Some countries require visas.
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