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January 21|7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
BAX’s Student AlumNight Showcase fundraiser event will take place on January 21, 2023 at 7pm live at the BAX Theater and live streamed with auto-captioning.
- Doors and pre-show activities @ 6pm
- Show @ 7pm
- Party @ 9pm
Masks are required for all audience members.
Co-curated and produced by former BAX students Eleanor Crawford (Alumnus 2017) and Zoe Fruchter (Alumnus 2017), the event will feature seven original performance pieces choreographed, directed, and performed by BAX student alumni as well as special guest speakers.
This performance will feature work from the following BAX alumni:
- Ella Bezkorovainy
- Tamar Eckstein
- Julianne Carino
- Eleanor Crawford
- Justine Farhi
- Sandra Friedman
- Maya Gonzalez
- Rachel Keane
- Elinor Krichmar
- Jesse Phillips-Fein
- Leah Shelley
- Anna Vomacka
Come early for pre-show activities surrounding the history of BAX student work. Share your memories from the BAX studios, place yourself on the Dance Performance Workshop timeline and witness an archive of past student choreography. Additionally, the evening will feature a raffle and celebratory after party!
Tiered tickets are available for the live and livestream performance. There is also a ticketing option to attend just the after party portion of the night.
All shows will be live in-person in the BAX Theater as well as live streamed with automated captions. BAX also provides free access accessories to audiences such as fidget spinners and pop fidget toys, ear plugs, and more. Please note that the BAX Theater is located on the second and third floors of the building and currently, there is no elevator or ramp. While we are actively working on a permanent solution and are committed to providing a fully ADA compliant space, we are not quite there yet.
For more information on our Accessibility Initiatives visit our website.
Questions or access needs? Email: email@example.com.
BAX/Brooklyn Arts Exchange is a multigenerational arts organization nurturing creative expression and artistic process through education, residencies, and performance at the intersection of arts and social justice.