All Is Dream

September sunsets are calling us. On September 11th, we head to the beach to embark on a guided improvisation exploring what happens from birth to death. The dancers will be given an abundance of freedom, with very few parameters. The success of the piece relies heavily on the dancers remaining authentic and in the moment during a continuous hour of solo and group work. Inspired by Mercury Rev’s “All Is Dream”, which was coincidentally released on September 11, 2001, we hope to experience, produce and capture one hour of dance where “All is one, All is mind, all is lost and you find, All is Dream.”

8 in Show

8 in Show is a quarterly dance series presented by Dixon Place, curated by Sangeeta Yesley, that features 8 dance companies each evening, giving emerging and established choreographers of all dance forms an opportunity to showcase new, 5-12 minute pieces.

Where & When: Wednesday, September 26, 2018 @Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NYC


Kyla and Keith met in New Orleans in 2013, and decided that, together, they had a story to tell. Their early discussions yielded the DKW-staged dual duo show, “Cherry Red” and later, the March 2018 workshop performance of this duet production. This fall, they’ve streamlined their vision even further and are proud to present their newest collection of “True-ets!” sponsored by Mockingbird Studio

Where & When: Saturday, October 13, 2018 @The Studios of Key West

Womankind's BraZaar

Come on down and “support” Womankind during its signature decorated bra fundraiser, featuring a high-energy live auction of sensational designs with a 1970s’ game show motif and entertainment that includes a hilarious show host, game show participants (could it be you?), spectacular surprises and booby prizes, a Rack Sale of artisan-crafted bras for instant purchase, and a pre-auction disco welcome with sweet treats and libations. Find out who’ll be “Breast in Show:” come as you are or break out your bell bottoms, butterfly collars, and gold lamé and (let’s) make a deal on your favorite, fabulous professionally created bra, knowing your partying is supporting preventative care for local tatas and Womankind’s mission of affordable health care for all. Sponsored by Last Key Realty

Where & When: Monday, October 22. Key West Theater


30-30-30 – Year End Special Dance Performance on December 30th, Annual show Benefiting the Dance Programs at Dixon place – Curated by Sangeeta Yesley In 30-30-30, 30 choreographers/dance companies each showcase 3 minutes of work and celebrate the end of the year!

Where & When: Sunday, December 30, 2018 @Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NYC

BVMP Dance + Technique

We are thrilled to offer ongoing weekly dance and technique classes in our home studio at Key West Theater for Bahama Village Music Program students. BVMP Dance + Technique class includes ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, composition, dance history and more. As always, our outreach programs are free of cost to participants.

After These Messages

Join Kyla, Jordan & Company as they embark on their third incarnation of After These Messages as part of Fast Forward.

Fast Forward is a dance series curated by Sangeeta Yesley that provides opportunities for choreographers working in all dance forms to workshop longer, more developed pieces that run 25 – 35 minutes. The series takes place 10 times throughout the year and features 2 choreographers or dance companies each evening on a shared bill.

​Where & When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019 @Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street, NYC

Dance Key West & The Love Maximum

Dance Key West & The Love Maximum featuring special guest David Dusylovtich

Local talents join forces for a night of original music and dance. The Love Maximum offers a blend of folk-pop, virtuosic guitar & violin, while Dance Key West brings a physical form to the sound with contemporary dance & structured improv.

March 29th at The Key West Theater’s Backstage Listening Room

The ReMARCable Dance Project

Returning for it’s fourth year, The ReMARCable Dance Project, an essential part of Dance Key West’s Outreach Program, combines the talents of Dance Key West and MARC, a local non-profit serving adults with developmental disabilities. This exciting and innovative project intends to benefit MARC clients by helping them improve coordination, participate in mild physical activity, and provide an opportunity for socialization, all while learning the art of dance. We believe artistic expression and physical activity are imperative to good health, and that every creative voice should be nurtured. For three months, clients work with Dance Key West on basic ballet, jazz and tap vocabulary, as well as the development of their own individual choreography styles. Please join us for the show: April 6, 2019 at The Studios of Key West!

Tiny Dances

Dance Key West brings “Tiny Dances” to the Sanger Gallery at The Studios of Key West, a dance installation piece choreographed by Dance Key West Artistic Director Kyla Piscopink and drawn from over 170 works exhibited in the Small Works show curated by Lemonade Stand Gallery. The audience is invited to both browse the juried art and take a chair to enjoy the installation as it unfolds around them during the hour-long performance.

Please join us on April 16th at 7:30pm.