THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY
NEW YORK PERFORMANCES

NOVEMBER 27 – DECEMBER 9, 2017 at 8:00pm
THEATRE ROW’S CLURMAN THEATRE

410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY

For its 10th Anniversary, CBE will present a mixed bill program featuring revivals of audience favorites including Slow Float (2007), Curious Episode (2009), The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty (2014), and Splendor we only partially imagined (2015). The evening will be rounded out with the world premiere of Mr. Brock’s 30th CBE creation, Men I’ve Known. Created in residence at Catskill Mountain Foundation this past May, this elegiac new work features the oldest and newest men of the company in a striking movement poem set to Erik Satie’s Ogives, four piano pieces from the late 1880s.

TICKETS:


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CBE INTENSIVE

DECEMBER 9, 2017
THEATRE ROW

Join Chase Brock and the dancers of The Chase Brock Experience for the first-ever CBE Intensive. The day will include a warm up followed by four master classes featuring excerpts from the CBE 10th Anniversary repertory, a lunchtime Q&A and one ticket to any CBE performance (excluding the Dec 1 gala).

For more information, contact CBEintensive@gmail.com

ABOUT

The Chase Brock Experience, the “candy-bright company” (The New Yorker) celebrated for its “stylized showbiz mayhem” (The New York Times) and “whose dances mix a witty Broadway sensibility with rock-and-roll zest” (New York Magazine), is the Brooklyn-based dance company of choreographer Chase Brock.

Since 2007, the company has premiered six original scores and 30 dances in New York seasons at Joyce SoHo, Abrons Arts Center, Dance New Amsterdam, Baruch Performing Arts Center, The Connelly Theater and Theatre Row on 42nd St, as well as in concert with Pit Stop Players at Symphony Space.

CBE has appeared in La MaMa Moves!, Hudson Valley Dance Festival, Fire Island Dance Festival, Downtown Dance Festival and Dance from the Heart, and at The Joyce Theater, Jacob’s Pillow, PS21 Chatham, 92Y, Broadway’s New Amsterdam Theatre and on tour from North Carolina to Maine. CBE has been in residence at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center, The Orchard Project and Catskill Mountain Foundation, and has received choreographic sponsorships from Dancers Responding to AIDS in 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2015.

In addition, CBE created the dance numbers and served as the animation references for Ubisoft’s bestselling video game Dance on Broadway for Nintendo Wii and PlayStation Move.

Chasing Dance, a documentary about the company by filmmakers Mathieu Mazza, Tracy Mazza and Stephanie Slewka, was nominated for two New England Emmy® Awards and is available on DVD.

  • “It's a little dangerous to call your Company 'The Chase Brock Experience.'  It implies that an experience will be had, and that said experience will somehow involve a quintessential Chase Brock-ness.  In fact this turns out to be, more or less, true.”

    The New York Times
  • “CBE’s combination of toe-tapping beats, Broadway-bedazzled quirkiness, and technical prowess left its Wilmington audience breathless with wonder.”

    The Seahawk
  • “The theatrical steps are punctuated by flashes of delicate technical elegance. It’s an appropriate example of Chase’s work–a swirl of stylistic energy and serious precision, simultaneously indebted to animated musical theater, formal ballet and modern dance.”

    Dance Spirit

the latest

  • The Chase Brock Experience, the Brooklyn-based contemporary dance company now in its 10th season, is thrilled to announce that the company will celebrate its first decade with a two-week engagement November 27 – December 9, at Theatre Row’s Clurman Theatre (located at 412 W 42nd Street). All tickets are $29.00 and can be purchased on-line at Telecharge.com, by phone at 212-239-6200 or at the Theatre Row Box Office. A special student rate of $19.00 is available at the box office with a valid student ID.

    To further commemorate the occasion, the December 1st performance will serve as CBE’s 10th Anniversary Gala, featuring a post-performance reception and honoring longtime CBE supporters and friends of the company, Mary Jo and Ted Shen.

    For its 10th Anniversary, CBE will present a mixed bill program featuring revivals of audience favorites. The earliest work on the program is Mr. Brock’s 2007 creation Slow Float. Performed on the opening night of the company’s debut season and set to a five-song folk-rock suite by Laura Nyro, Slow Float is a lyrical and jangly Bohemian frolic. From 2009 the company will perform Curious Episode, a duet for women that playfully mirrors a piano and flute score by Claude Bolling.  The company will perform The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty (2014), a democratic dance mashup of tap dance, step dance, flatfooting, finger tutting, jumpstyle and jazz set to the songs of famed folk revival group The New Christy Minstrels and commissioned by La MaMa Moves!, and will give the New York premiere of the colorful Splendor we only partially imagined (2015), a zen yet kinetic work to songs by Kishi Bashi, commissioned by Dancers Responding to AIDS for their Hudson Valley Dance Festival.

    Finally, the evening will be rounded out with the world premiere of Mr. Brock’s 30th CBE creation, Men I’ve Known. Created in residence at Catskill Mountain Foundation this past May, this elegiac new work features the oldest and newest men of the company in a striking movement poem set to Erik Satie’s Ogives, four piano pieces from the late 1880s.

    Performances of The Chase Brock Experience will be Monday through Saturday, November 27 – December 9, at 8:00pm at Theatre Row’s Clurman Theatre (located at 412 W 42nd Street). Tickets start as low as $29.00 and can be purchased on-line at Telecharge.com, by phone at 212-239-6200 or at the Theatre Row Box Office.

     


    Theatre Row
    410 West 42nd Street
    New York, NY
    www.theatrerow.org

     

    TICKETS:


    212-239-6200
    www.telecharge.com

    THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY
    NEW YORK PERFORMANCES
    NOVEMBER – DECEMBER // 2017

    The Chase Brock Experience, the Brooklyn-based contemporary dance company now in its 10th season, is thrilled to announce that the company will celebrate its first decade with a two-week engagement ...

  • The Chase Brock Experience is proud to announce it’s upcoming performance at the annual Chatham Dance Festival at PS21 Chatham. Set in an apple orchard in the foothills of the Berkshires, PS21 Chatham presents their concert every August.

    The following works will be presented:

    Splendor We only partially Imagined premiered in 2015. Broadwayworld.com describe it as “a zen, highly kinetic and colorful piece that shifted from a slower romantic pace to energetic tribal rhythms while finding joy and delight in every movement.”

    Mission Implausible, which is “set to a witty score by Joshua Rosenblum, suddenly displays Mr. Brock’s talent for stylized showbiz mayhem.” – The New York Times

    The Song That I Sing; or, Meow So Pretty is a rippling dance to the songs of The New Christy Minstrels. Equal parts Blue Ridge and Brooklyn, this restless, sexy, strummy work employs a dance mash-up of tap, finger-tutting, clogging, hip-hop, square dance, step dance, jumpstyle and jazz.

    Click here for more information on this event, as well as tickets!

    Chatham Dance Festival
    August // 2016

    The Chase Brock Experience is proud to announce it’s upcoming performance at the annual Chatham Dance Festival at PS21 Chatham. Set in an apple orchard in the foothills of ...

  • The Chase Brock Experience will be participating in the free Inside/Out performance series at Jacob’s Pillow this summer in Becket, MA. Bring family and friends of all ages!

    Performance piece: “The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty”
    Date: July 22, 2016

    For more information, call 413-243- 9919 or visit the Jacob’s Pillow website.

    CBE at Jacob’s Pillow
    July // 2016

    The Chase Brock Experience will be participating in the free Inside/Out performance series at Jacob’s Pillow this summer in Becket, MA. Bring family and friends of all ages! ...

  • The Chase Brock Experience’s DVD of American Sadness is available for purchase on amazon.com.

    Click here to get your copy!

    American Sadness DVD on Amazon
    May // 2015

    The Chase Brock Experience’s DVD of American Sadness is available for purchase on amazon.com. Click here to get your copy!

  • The Chase Brock Experience tours Asheville, North Carolina from March 18th – 22nd and their stay includes a Matinee Series educational performance for local students at Diana Wortham Theatre March 21st, pre-show conversations with Artistic Director Chase Brock March 21st and 22nd, a master class with the company open to the community March 22nd, and a set of repertory performances at Diana Wortham Theatre March 21st and 22nd.

    CBE Tours Asheville, NC
    March // 2014

    The Chase Brock Experience tours Asheville, North Carolina from March 18th – 22nd and their stay includes a Matinee Series educational performance for local students at Diana Wortham Theatre March 21st, ...

MEET THE ARTISTS
Artistic Director
  • CHASE BROCK

    , called “prolific” in The New Yorker and The New York Times, is a choreographer, director and designer for theater, dance, opera, ballet, TV and video games. As Artistic Director of Brooklyn-based theater dance company The Chase Brock Experience, he has commissioned six original scores and created 29 original works over the past decade including American Sadness to the songs of Gabriel Kahane, Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons with text by David Zellnik, Junk and Lies to the pop songs of David Yazbek, Mirror Mirror with an original score by Michael John LaChiusa, Mission: Implausible with an original score by Joshua Rosenblum, The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty to recordings by The New Christy Minstrels and Whoa, Nellie! to Nellie McKay’s album Obligatory Villagers. Broadway choreography includes Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark (dir. Julie Taymor) and Sam Gold’s revival of Inge’s Picnic (Roundabout Theatre Company). International: Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame in San Diego, Millburn, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama and Nagoya. Off-Broadway: First Daughter Suite, Venice (The Public Theater), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Shakespeare in the Park), The Winter’s Tale, The Tempest (Public Works), Gigantic (Vineyard Theatre), The Blue Flower (Second Stage, Lortel nomination for Outstanding Choreography), The Mysteries (The Flea), Tamar of the River (Prospect Theater Company, Callaway finalist for Outstanding Choreography), The Wildness (Ars Nova), Do I Hear a Waltz, Irma La Douce, The Cradle Will Rock, Lost in the Stars (City Center Encores!). Opera choreography: Bartlett Sher’s production of Gounod’s Roméo et Juliette (The Metropolitan Opera, Salzburger Festspiele, Lyric Opera of Chicago) and Marisa Michelson’s Song of Song of Songs (Heartbeat Opera). TV: “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver” (HBO), “Great Performances at The Met” (PBS), “Late Show with David Letterman” (CBS) and “Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade” (NBC). Video game choreography includes the worldwide bestseller Dance on Broadway for Nintendo Wii and PlayStation Move. Ballet: Misfit Motion Makers, Bark! in the Park and Stoptime Sketch (New York Theatre Ballet), To think how much pleasure there is! (Ballet Spartanburg) and Double Solo for ABT soloist Carlos Lopez and cellist Peter Sachon. Teaching and speaking: The Juilliard School, Yale School of Drama, Barnard College/Columbia University, University of the Arts, Marymount Manhattan College, Montclair State University, Pace University, University of North Carolina Wilmington and Spark Camp at Harvard. Brock is the subject of the Emmy-nominated documentary Chasing Dance, and made his Broadway debut at 16 in the original cast of Susan Stroman’s revival of The Music Man. chasebrock.com

    CHASE BROCK
Dancing this Season
  • JANE ABBOTT (Apprentice)

    (Irvington, NY) began her training with Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Center before studying in the Scholarship Program at The Ailey School Pre-Professional Division. She studied dance at Columbia University where she had the opportunity to work with artists such as Chase Brock, John Heginbotham, Mark Morris, and Twyla Tharp. Favorite credits include: West Side Story (Velma, u/s Anybodys) and The Music Man (Ensemble) at the North Shore Music Theatre, and the upcoming international tour of Legally Blonde The Musical (Dance Captain, Ensemble). She is also a member of New York-based companies General Mischief Dance Theatre and the American Musical Theatre Dance Company. She is a proud alumna of the Ailey School Scholarship Program and the School at Jacob’s Pillow. Jane is so grateful and excited to be working with the Chase Brock Experience. Jane joins The Chase Brock Experience in 2017.

    JANE ABBOTT (Apprentice)
  • TRAVANTE S. BAKER

    (Miami, FL) is thrilled to be a part of the CBE 10th Anniversary! He studied Musical Theater at New World School of the Arts and Syracuse University. He has been a member of CBE since 2015 and has worked with Chase on numerous projects since. Other credits include: West Side Story (Int’l Tour/Asolo Repetory Theater; Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Flat Rock Playhouse); The Music Man (Flat Rock Playhouse). Travante joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    TRAVANTE S. BAKER
  • CAMERON BURKE

    (Gettysburg, PA) Credits: Matilda The Musical (1st National), In The Heights (2nd National & PCLO)Chicago (NSMT)a nationwide commercial for TARGET, Assistant Choreographer for The Mysteries (The Flea). Workshops: Love’s Labour’s Lost, Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and STILYAGI (New York Stage and Film). Marymount Manhattan College graduate, member of Actors Equity, and proud client of Clear Talent Group. Cameron joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    CAMERON BURKE
  • KENDRICK D. CARTER

    (Atlanta, GA) began dancing at the age of 16, with the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education, under the direction of Sharon Story. As a full scholarship student Carter studied with Fernando Bujones, Violette Verdy, Martha Goodman and Armando Luna.  The Following year he joined artistic director John McFall and the Atlanta Ballet Company as a student apprentice. Kendrick attended The Juilliard School under the direction of Lawrence Rhodes. As a member of the Juilliard Dance Ensemble Carter had the privilege of working with choreographers Jessica Lang, Jacqlyn Buglisi, Ronald K. Brown, Nacho Duato, Elliot Feld and Ohad Naharin . Kendrick has performed with the Walt Disney Company, Florida Dance Theater, The Metropolitan Opera, Third Dance/Switzerland, and Michael Mao Dance. Cheers 10 Years! Kendrick joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2007.

    KENDRICK D. CARTER
  • DEREK CRESCENTI (Apprentice)

    (Detroit, Michigan) received his BFA from the University of Michigan. He danced with Donald Byrd’s Spectrum Dance Theater in Seattle, WA from 2011-2014 and has also performed with Keigwin + Company, The Bang Group and the Mark Morris Dance Group in L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato and The Hard Nut. He has performed works by Donald Byrd, Olivier Weavers, Doug Elkins, David Parker, Doug Varone, Stephen Petronio and Raja Feather Kelly. He currently performs with Megan Williams, Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company and Randy James’ 10 Hairy Legs. He is thrilled to have the opportunity to work with The Chase Brock Experience! Derek joins The Chase Brock Experience in 2017.

    DEREK CRESCENTI (Apprentice)
  • DEAN DE LUNA

    has been a part of CBE for 7 years and is amp’d to celebrate the 10th anniversary! Dean has performed on Broadway, toured nationally, internationally, perform regionally and as a guest artist all over the country! While not performing you’ll see him teaching group fitness at Workout Factory in LIC, or personal training all over Manhattan! Special thanks to God, Mom, Dad, family, Alex Redelico, friends, LDC Artists Rep, BWTH, the entire CBE Fam, and Chase Brock’s genius mind and loving spirit. IG:deanfitmachine Dean joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2009.

    DEAN DE LUNA
  • RYAN JACKSON, Founding Member

    (Long Island, NY) After touring the country with Wicked, Ryan has returned to NYC to join both the faculty of Molloy College and the makeup department of Disney’s The Lion King. He holds a B.F.A. from Marymount Manhattan College and studied on full-scholarship with The Joffrey Ballet and The School at Jacob’s Pillow. Theater credits include national tours of CATS, Dr. Dolittle, West Side Story and productions at Paper Mill Playhouse, Houston T.U.T.S., Atlanta Theater Of The Stars, Goodspeed Opera House, Westchester Broadway, Walnut St. Theater, Portland Center Stage, Ford’s Theater, Wolf Trap, Kansas City Starlight, New York City Center Encores! and Radio City Music Hall. Ryan, a founding member of The Chase Brock Experience, helped establish CBE in 2007.

    RYAN JACKSON, Founding Member
  • YUKIKO KASHIKI

    (Hakodate, Japan) is a celebrity master trainer at Ballet Beautiful. Theatre credits include Eliza in The King and I (London West End & Asian tour); Disney’s The Lion King (The Netherlands & Germany); Mamma Mia!, CATS, The Phantom of the Opera, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Germany); New York Theatre Ballet; CATAPULT from season 8 America’s Got Talent. Film: Chasing Dance; American Sadness. Education: Arts Educational Schools London (UK); Beijing Dance Academy (China); Hakodate Ballet Academy (Japan). Yukiko originated many of CBE repertories and worked as Assistant Choreographer for Salzburg Festival: the Gounod opera Roméo et Juliette. Yukiko joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2008.

    YUKIKO KASHIKI
  • ALICIA LUNDGREN

    (Oakland, CA) After graduating from the Ailey School/Fordham University BFA program, Alicia toured internationally with Ailey II, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, and Philadanco. She then went on to perform as a dancer with The Metropolitan Opera.  She is in her fourth season as a Radio City Rockette, and also made her Broadway debut in Shuffle Along under the direction of George C. Wolfe. Most recently Alicia performed in the 25th Anniversary production of Crazy For You at Lincoln Center under the direction of Susan Stroman. This is Alicia’s fourth season with The Chase Brock Experience and is elated to be celebrating its 10th anniversary season! Alicia joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    ALICIA LUNDGREN
  • ASHLEY EICHBAUER NEWMAN, Founding Member

    (Ft. Myers, FL) is elated to return to CBE, dancing her favorite piece made in the past ten years! Credits: Paper Mill Playhouse, Pittsburgh CLO, Baltimore Center Stage, Temple University, Barnard College, So You Think You Can Dance, Dance on Broadway (Wii & PlayStation Move Video Game), Chasing Dance (documentary). Teaching Artist: Lincoln Center Education. Graduate: NYU (B.F.A. Theatre); Bank Street College (M.S. Ed.) CAP21 faculty since 2006. Vinyasa yoga teacher. Beyond thrilled to be here and sharing the stage with some of her “Life-Savers.” Ashley, a founding member of The Chase Brock Experience, helped establish CBE in 2007, and serves as its Director of Education.

    ASHLEY EICHBAUER NEWMAN, Founding Member
  • COURTNEY ORTIZ

    (Baltimore, MD) is a 2007 youngARTS award winner for Modern Dance. Some of her favorite credits include: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Ray Mercer’s Pure Motion presented by BC/EFA, Broadway Bares, and West Side Story – International Tour. She has been seen on TV back up dancing for PSY, Chris Brown and Heidi Klum. Most Recently, Courtney returned from the 1st National Tour of Finding Neverland and this summer, performed in her dream musical In The Heights at Pittsburgh CLO. She is extremely honored, grateful and excited to be a part of The Chase Brock Experience’s 10th Anniversary Season! Courtney joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    COURTNEY ORTIZ
  • MACY SULLIVAN

    (Camas, WA) is based in New York City and also dances for Dance Heginbotham and Caleb Teicher & Company. Since 2013, she has performed annually in The Guggenheim’s Peter & the Wolf with Isaac Mizrahi. Prior, she originated the role of Marie in Chase Brock’s The Nutcracker and was a featured tap dancer in Tyne Rafaeli’s The Poor of New York (Off-Off-Broadway). As a teaching artist, she frequently works with Juilliard Global Ventures, Dance for PD®, and Together in Dance. Sullivan holds a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School (Martha Hill Prize, John Erskine Prize, Choreographic Honors). Macy joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    MACY SULLIVAN
  • CALEB TEICHER

    (Mahopac, NY), a 2011 Bessie Award Winner for Outstanding Individual Performance, one of Dance Magazine’s 2012 “25 to Watch”, and 2016 Winner of Dance Magazine’s “Best Emerging Choreographer” Readers Choice Award, has danced with Dorrance Dance, The Chase Brock Experience, The Bang Group, the International Tour of West Side Story, Sally Silvers, and others. He spends most of his time traveling to teach tap and solo jazz workshops, as well as creating and presenting work as the Artistic Director of Caleb Teicher & Company. Catch CT&Co at The Joyce Theater, Jan 9th & 14th 2018! @CalebTeicher / www.CalebTeicher.net Caleb joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    CALEB TEICHER
  • MICKI WEINER

    (Buffalo, NY) is an original company member of The Phantom of the Opera 25th Anniversary Tour, and a current vacation swing. Additional theatre credits: Zorro International Tour, How to Succeed in Business… (Goodspeed), and Chase Brock’s The Nutcracker (Flat Rock Playhouse). Workshops: Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark (Broadway), Carrie (MCC), and Venice (The Public). Ballet companies: New York Theatre Ballet, Urban Ballet Theatre. Other mediums: Dance on Broadway (Nintendo Wii and PS3), solo spread for Dance Spirit Magazine. Assistant Choreographer: The Tempest (Public Theater), Tamar of the River (Prospect Theatre), Chase Brock’s The Nutcracker, and Pippin (Kansas City Repertory Theater). Associate Choreographer: Darling Grenadine (Goodspeed), Hair to Hamilton (Public Theater). This spring she will be the associate on Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax (Children’s Theatre Company/The Old Globe). Micki joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2008.

    MICKI WEINER
On Hiatus
  • JONATHAN EMANUELL ALSBERRY

    is a dance educator, creator and coach focused on inspiring excellence and joy in the study of Ballet, Jazz, and Modern techniques with a constant dedication to the exploration of artistry and the creative process. Born in Normal, IL he began dancing with his mother Lyndetta and went on to graduate from The Chicago Academy for the Arts where he has since been guest faculty and created over a dozen dances for the school and company. In 2006 he received his Bachelors of Fine Arts from The Juilliard School where he met Aszure Barton. Jonathan a.k.a “Jojo” is now dancer, rehearsal director, and creative collaborator with Aszure Barton & Artists and has assisted Ms. Barton in over a dozen creations including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Bayerische Staatsballett and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago. Jonathan has performed for Prince Edward III in Banff, Canada, and shared two tours with Mikhail Baryshnikov’s Hell’s Kitchen Dance as well as Evolution with Alessandra Ferri and Herman Cornejo. Jonathan has performed as a principal dancer with The Metropolitan Opera, The Lyric Opera of Chicago, and Chicago Opera Theater. In 2007 Jonathan joined the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company and is currently performer and rehearsal director with the company. Other credits include Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, Luna Negra Dance Theater, Nilas Martins Dance Company, and Eisenhower Dance Ensemble. He has worked independently with Randy Duncan, MTV. Since 2007 Jonathan has been teaching, coaching and creating work at various educational institutions including Harvard University, Lou Conte Dance Studio, The National Ballet School, and Ballet Hispanico. Jonathan joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    JONATHAN EMANUELL ALSBERRY
  • CAMILLE BRANTON

    studied in the Ailey/Fordham B.F.A. program. She went on to graduate from Fordham with a B.A. in Visual Arts and later received a post-graduate degree in Fashion Design from Parsons, The New School for Design. After an injury-forced hiatus from dance in which she worked full-time in the fashion industry, Camille finally made her way back to the stage last Spring in the Radio City Spring Spectacular! She has also danced in numerous TV and Film projects, including HBO’s Vinyl (Martin Scorcese), the upcoming film BOLDEN! (Daniel Pritzker), Admission (Paul Weitz), and season 8 of America’s Got Talent. Camille first performed with CBE last Fall at the Hudson Valley Dance Festival and she is thrilled to be back again with CBE this Spring at Symphony Space! Camille joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2015.

    CAMILLE BRANTON
  • JASMINE CHIU

    was born in Hong Kong and raised in Richmond, B.C. Canada. She earned her BFA in dance from The Boston Conservatory in 2014, graduating summa cum laude. While at the Conservatory she had the pleasure of performing in works by Bill T. Jones, Gerald Arpino, Trey McIntyre, and Karole Armitage. She then spent two years in New York City, working with the Chase Brock Experience, Broadway Asia, Elisa Monte Dance, OUI Danse, and The Francesca Harper Project. Jasmine is now a freelancer based in London, England, collaborating with artists of various mediums. Jasmine joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    JASMINE CHIU
  • KORY GELLER

    Kory has danced with Broadway Dance Lab, at the Guggenheim, Symphony Space, Judson Church, and on the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Theatrical credits include The Music Man (directed and choreographed by Chase Brock), Joseph… and Mary Poppins (Ogunquit Playhouse), and A Christmas Carol (McCarter Theatre), as well as workshops for Frozen, Waitress, and Grease. A proud graduate of NYU/Tisch (Cap21), Kory also loves teaching, and has taught at Rider University, McCarter Theatre, and Cap21. Kory is honored to dance with The Chase Brock Experience. korygeller.com  Kory joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    KORY GELLER
  • MAYTE NATALIO

    is from Queens, New York. She studied at the LaGuardia HS for the Performing Arts and received her BFA from SUNY Purchase. She has been in the Parsons Dance Company, Camille A. Brown and Dancers, Nathan Trice/Rituals and had performed with Kyle Abraham’s AIM. She toured and performed with pop stars Mylene Farmer and Kanye West.  Musical theater credits include Dallas Theater Center (Stagger Lee),  Ogunquit Playhouse (Aida) and Pregones Theater (Neon Baby), City Center Encores! (Cabin in the Sky). Mayte was in the original casts of the immersive theater productions Queen of the Night and  most recently, “The Grand Paradise.” Mayte joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    MAYTE NATALIO
Alumni
  • ANGELA BUCCINNI BUTCH

    came  to NYC from The Boston Conservatory where she was awarded the Jan Veen Scholarship and Juline Ince Thompson scholarship for choreography.  She began to pursue a career in circus artists keeping one toe on the ground dancing with The Chase Brock Experience, and getting air time with the Brooklyn-based, ‘PopAction’ company STREB.  Angela has been caught in flight with many circus companies performing around the world as an H2H acrobat, featured aerialist, bullwhip & fire performer. Favorites include Fuerza Bruta  & Off-Broadway production Caligula Maximus. Angela founded & directs The Muse Brooklyn/ ABCirque: Circus school & professional company.  She happily lives somewhere between the world of circus and dance specializing in immersing the audience in non-traditional shows breaking the fourth wall.  Angela joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2007.

    ANGELA BUCCINNI BUTCH
  • CASS CHRISTOPHER

    (Danbury, CT) holds a BFA from UNC School of the Arts in contemporary dance and choreography, is a Meisner trained actor, a UCB trained improviser and an AEA scholarship singer. Cass was with CBE from the beginning, first doing wardrobe then later rising to perform the lead in American Sadness.  Cass’s career highlights include Broadway’s Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark, extensive national and international touring with MOMIX as creator, soloist and dance captain, The Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera, and the video game Dance On Broadway (choreography by Chase Brock) as a motion capture performer.  Cass has acted in multiple films and webseries.  Cass lives in NYC with her husband (and fellow CBE alumni) Josh Christopher and their two beautiful boys Keithon and Cole.  Twitter: @CassChris_ Cass joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2007.

    CASS CHRISTOPHER
  • BRANDON COURNAY

    (Walled Lake, MI) received his BFA from The Juilliard School.  Brandon has performed in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular and with the Mark Morris Dance Group, The Metropolitan Opera Ballet, New York Theatre Ballet, The Chase Brock Experience, and Morphoses. TV/Film credits include PBS’ Great Performances, Musical Chairs (HBO), Puma, Sesame Street, and Target. Associate Choreographer/Movement Director for My Fair Lady (Bay Street), The Wildness (Ars Nova), Coriolanus (Off-Broadway) and I Am Anne Hutchinson/I Am Harvey Milk. After dancing with the company for seven years, Brandon is currently the Associate Artistic Director of KEIGWIN + COMPANY. Brandon joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2009.

    BRANDON COURNAY
  • RYAN FITZGERALD

    just finished a run of West Side Story playing Action at The Signature Theatre in DC, for which he was nominated for a Helen Hayes. He has performed both Internationally and all over the US. A proud graduate of The University of Oklahoma and a Musical Theatre Finalist from The National Foundation For Advancement in the Arts. He is excited to be making his CBE debut here at Symphony Space with such wonderful AND talented group of both old and new friends. Thank you Chase. Thank you Caleb. Thank you Mom. Ryan joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    RYAN FITZGERALD
  • DREW HEFLIN

    is stoked to be back dancing with The Chase Brock Experience. Drew has spent the last few years portraying a super hero in tights in Broadway’s SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark (Assistant Dance Captain). Other favorite credits include: Eddie in Twyla Tharp’s Movin’ Out, Radio City Christmas Spectacular in both New York City and the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, motion capture in Dance on Broadway video game for PlayStation and Wii, and of course CBE. As always, thanks to my family, Karolina, Chase, and dad for always looking out for me. Drew joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2010.

    DREW HEFLIN
  • NIKKI HOLCK

    is from Hawaii where she began her dance training at Queen Emma Ballet. She continued her studies on scholarship at North Carolina School of the Arts.  Shortly after, Nikki graduated from Canada’s National Ballet School. Upon graduation, she joined the National Ballet of Canada.  She moved to New York to join Peridance Contemporary Dance Company under the direction of Igal Perry. Nikki is currently a freelance artist in New York working in collaboration with artists of different fields in addition to performing and teaching abroad with Korhan Basaran and Artists.  Nikki is the incoming director for the Certificate Program at Peridance Capezio Center.  She is thrilled to be joining CBE for this project! Nikki joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    NIKKI HOLCK
  • NATALIE LOMONTE, Founding Member

    (Houston, TX) is a Choreographer, Performer and Teacher who has toured with Momix, Pilobolus, The Chase Brock Experience and Parsons Dance.  She’s performed on national television throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan and danced with Liza Minnelli in Sex And The City 2.  She was in the original Broadway cast of Spider-Man:Turn Off the Dark, also serving as Dance Captain/Swing.  Natalie is the Movement Director for One Year Lease Theater Company, an Adjunct Professor of Dance at Fordham University and has led movement workshops at Harvard, PACE and Vassar.  Her choreography/performance in Alter Ego was honored by the San Francisco Dance Film Festival.  In 2015, she was commissioned to choreograph Within for Parsons Dance and Common Heart for the Ailey/Fordham BFA Fall Concert.  Natalie was Assistant Stage Director/Choreographer for 44th National Day Abu Dhabi and Assistant Choreographer to Mia Michaels, creating the New York Spectacular starring the Radio City Rockettes. Natalie, a founding member of The Chase Brock Experience, helped establish CBE in 2007.

    NATALIE LOMONTE, Founding Member
  • SKYE MATTOX

    is so thrilled to be back with CBE for the first time since 2009 and even more excited to be performing some of her favorite pieces!! Credits include: Broadway/NY: West Side Story, Little Me (Encores!), It’s A Bird…It’s A Plane…It’s Superman (Encores!). Film/TV: Smash. National Tours: West Side Story. Huge thanks to my family for their everlasting love and support, Michael Einfeld Management, and Chase for this wonderful opportunity to be performing his work! Skye joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2009.

    SKYE MATTOX
  • NEIL O’BRIEN

    (Dublin, Ireland) As a performer he has been seen in productions throughout the world such as Carousel, West Side Story, Shake Rattle and Roll, Dancing Queen, Maria De Buenos Aires and Ticket to Ride. With The Chase Brock Experience, Neil’s favourite rep to dance were Slow Float, And It Stoned Me, Mission: Implausible and Seeing Stars.  Choreography credits include Beauty and The Beast, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella (Cork Opera House), Grease (Gaiety Theatre), In the Heights (Stumptown Stages), The Story of Swing (Olympia Theatre), Miles Away Beside You and Starting Pointe (Smock Alley Theatre). Neil joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2009.

    NEIL O’BRIEN
  • MARK OSMUNDSEN

    a native of WI, is a Brooklyn-based movement artist. He received his BFA in Dance (Cum Laude) in 2013 from Marymount Manhattan College where he danced works by Mark Morris, Loni Landon, Larry Keigwin, and Cherize Barton. Mark currently dances with The Metropolitan Opera (Rusalka) and Company XIV (Nutcracker Rouge, Cinderella, Paris, Snow White). He has toured internationally with CATAPULT, including performing for the prince of Saudi Arabia. His TV credits include Italy’s Got Talent, Mating, and Smart Squad. Mark also has his own fitness brand in which he has created online videos for Cyberobics and instructs clients privately and on the Megaformer at SLT. @markozzie Mark joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    MARK OSMUNDSEN
  • MICHAEL PHILLIPS

    was raised in Lancaster, PA, and started dancing at the age of six. He went to Point Park University for musical theatre and dance, and has been working regionally since!  Some favorite past credits include West Side Story, The Wizard of Oz, The Producers, Young Frankenstein, A Chorus Line, The Music Man, Crazy For You, Cats, as well as others.  Michael is truly grateful to be performing these pieces by the amazing Chase Brock and sharing the stage with this wonderful company of dancers and musicians! Michael joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2016.

    MICHAEL PHILLIPS
  • SHARROD WILLIAMS

    is a performer, teacher, and choreographer based in NYC. He is a proud graduate of Montclair State University. Broadway (OBC): Tuck Everlasting, CATS (Pouncival); National Tours: A Chorus Line (Richie), Bring It On: The Musical (La Cienega), Regional: Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast, A Chorus Line (MUNY), Evita (Asolo Rep), Wizard of Oz (Surflight), Cabaret (Park Playhouse); Dance Companies: The Chase Brock Experience (2013- 14 Season), Doug Elkins and Friends, Life Dance Company, and Von Howard Project. TV/Film: Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade, Good Morning America, NBC’s The Today Show, Happy, Yummy, Chicken (Damian Maloof). Endless love to CBE. www.SharrodWilliams.com; @SharrodSharrod7 Sharrod joined The Chase Brock Experience in 2013.

    SHARROD WILLIAMS
ADVISORY BOARD

ANDREW ASNES
PATRICIA BIRCH
MATTHEW BOURNE
JONATHAN BUTTERELL
DIANA BYER
EVAN CABNET
THOMAS COTT
JUDITH DAYKIN
LEAR DeBESSONET
GEMZE DE LAPPE
MARIA MANUELA GOYANES
DENISE ROBERTS HURLIN
ED SYLVANUS ISKANDAR
SARA LUKINSON
DREW McONIE
ELIZABETH PARKINSON
MARY JO SHEN
BARTLETT SHER
JACK VIERTEL
IRA WEITZMAN
DAVID YAZBEK
MARTIN PAKLEDINAZ, In Memoriam

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

ROB BERMAN
Music Director; Encores! Great American Musicals in Concert

CHASE BROCK
Artistic Director; The Chase Brock Experience

TERRY BROCK
President; Brock & Associates

ANNA KAISER
Founder & CEO; AKT

ASHLEY EICHBAUER NEWMAN
Director of Education; The Chase Brock Experience

CALENDAR

  • 2017
     
    27 NOVEMBER – 9 DECEMBER
    THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY
    NEW YORK PERFORMANCES

    Curious Episode (2009), Men I’ve Known (world premiere), Slow Float (2007), The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty (2014), Splendor we only partially imagined (2015)
    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Theatre Row
    410 West 42nd Street
    New York, NY
    www.theatrerow.org

     

    Tickets:
    212-239-6200
    www.telecharge.com

    GET TICKETS
  • 2017
    5 - 8
    DECEMBER
    CBE INTENSIVE

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock
    Director of Education: Ashley Eichbauer Newman

    NYC

     

    For more information, contact CBEintensive@gmail.com

    MORE INFO
  • 2017
    8 - 20
    May
    CATSKILL MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION RESIDENCY

    Developing Men I’ve Known
    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Hunter, NY

  • 2016
    19 - 20
    August
    Outdoor Repertory Performances

    Mission: Implausible; The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty; Splendor We Only Partially Imagined; Whoa, Nellie!
    Chatham Dance Festival
    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    PS21 Chatham
    Asheville, NC

     

    Tickets: 518-392- 6121

  • 2016
    22
    July
    Free Outdoor Performance

    The Song That I Sing; Or, Meow So Pretty
    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Jacob’s Pillow Inside/Out Series
    Becket, MA

     

    Info: 413-243- 9919

  • 2016
    20
    May
    All-Orchestral Concert with Pit Stop Players (2 World Premieres)

    Good Breeding, Curious Episode, Summer Study, Capers in Cut Time, Mission: Implausible, Another
    Curious Episode, Swamp Romp, Flock on Fleek, The Shostakovich 5
    Artistic Director, Choreography, Costumes: Chase Brock
    Pit Stop Players Artistic Director, Joshua Rosenblum

    Symphony Space
    New York, NY

     

    Tickets: 212-864- 5400

  • 2015
    20
    October
    World Premiere

    Splendor We Only Partially Imagined
    Artistic Director, Choreography, Costumes: Chase Brock

    Hudson Valley Dance Festival
    Dancers Responding to AIDS
    Catskill, NY

  • 2014
    22
    March
    Master Class

    Led by Artistic Director Chase Brock

    Diana Wortham Theatre
    Asheville, NC

     

    Tickets: 828-257-4530

  • 2014
    21 & 22
    March
    Repertory Performances

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Diana Wortham Theatre
    Asheville, NC

     

    Tickets: 828-257-4530

  • 2014
    21
    March
    Educational Performance

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Diana Wortham Theatre
    Asheville, NC

     

    Tickets: 828-257-4530

  • 2013
    25
    October
    Repertory Performance

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    UNCW Presents
    Thailand Hall Center for the Performing Arts
    Wilmington, NC

     

    Tickets: 910-632-2285

  • 2013
    22 - 25
    October
    Residency

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    UNCW Presents
    Co-sponsored by UNCW Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
    Wilmington, NC

     

    Information: 910-632-2285

  • 2012
    13
    August
    Broadway Celebrates Variations

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Curious Episode and excerpts from Slow Float
    Benefitting the Deborah Hahn Scholarship Fund

    Paramount Theater
    Huntington, NY

  • 2012
    24
    January
    Dance from the Heart

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience premiering Tube
    Benefitting Dancers Responding to AIDS

    Cedar Lake Theatre

  • 2011
    18
    March
    Dance on Broadway for PlayStation Move

    European release
    Musical Numbers created by The Chase Brock Experience
    Choreography by Chase Brock

  • 2011
    15
    March
    Dance on Broadway for PlayStation Move

    North American release
    Musical Numbers created by The Chase Brock Experience
    Choreography by Chase Brock

  • 2011
    27
    February
    Stars of Tomorrow Invitational

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience premiering Swamp Romp
    Benefitting Dancers Responding to AIDS

    Purchase Performing Arts Center – Concert Hall

  • 2010
    23
    October
    Broadway Backstage

    Featuring Dance on Broadway
    Musical Numbers created by The Chase Brock Experience
    Choreography by Chase Brock

    WABC-TV Channel 7

  • 2010
    23, 24, & 25
    July
    Repertory Performances

    Artistic Director, Choreography: Chase Brock

    Waterman’s Community Center
    North Haven, Maine

     

    Tickets: 207-867-2100

  • 2010
    21
    July
    Eating Their Words

    Benefitting The Chase Brock Experience

    Double Crown restaurant

  • 2010
    19-23
    July
    CBE Education

    North Haven Arts and Enrichment
    North Haven, Maine

     

    To Enroll: 207-867-2100

  • 2010
    18
    July
    American Sadness screening

    Waterman’s Community Center
    North Haven, Maine

     

    Tickets: 207-867-2100

  • 2010
    8, 9, 10 & 11
    July
    The Summer Edition: A Chase Brock Experience Double Feature

    The Connelly Theater

     

    Tickets: 212-868-4444

  • 2010
    15
    June
    Dance on Broadway for the Wii

    U.S. Release
    Musical Numbers created by The Chase Brock Experience
    Choreography by Chase Brock

  • 2010
    17
    May
    Dancin’ Downtown at The Joyce

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing an excerpt from Slow Float

    The Joyce Theater

  • 2010
    10
    January
    APAP Conference Showcases

    New York City Center Studio 4
    Shows at 9am, 10am, 11am

  • 2010
    9
    January
    Dance Gotham

    Show at 8pm
    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Junk and Lies

    Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

     

    Tickets: 866-811-4111

  • 2009
    7
    December
    Benefit 2009

    Show at 7pm

    Galapagos Art Space

     

    VIP Tickets: 718-532-8722

  • 2009
    8, 9, 10 & 11
    October
    Fall Season

    Abrons Arts Center

     

    Tickets: 866-811-4111

  • 2009
    15-23
    August
    Downtown Dance Festival

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience
    Governors Island, Chase Plaza, Battery Park

  • 2009
    10, 11 & 12
    July
    Repertory Performances

    Waterman’s Community Center
    North Haven, Maine

     

    Tickets: 207-867-2100

  • 2009
    6-10
    July
    Residency

    North Haven Arts and Enrichment
    North Haven, Maine

  • 2009
    31-7
    MAY-JUNE
    Residency

    The Orchard Project
    Catskill Mountain Preserve
    Hunter, New York

  • 2009
    23-26
    April
    Spring Season

    Baruch Performing Arts Center

     

    Tickets: 646-312-4085

  • 2009
    19
    March
    MOVE IT!

    A Free Night of Physical Theatre
    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing And It Stoned Me and Seeing Stars

     

    HERE Arts Center

  • 2009
    30 & 31
    January
    Dance on a Shoestring

    Featuring Yukiko Kashiki performing the solo from Good Breeding

    New York Theatre Ballet
    The Dance Gallery

     

    Tickets: 212-679-0401

  • 2009
    10
    January
    APAP Conference Showcase

    New York City Center
    Studio 4

  • 2009
    9
    January
    Dance Gotham Festival

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Mission: Implausible

    Symphony Space

     

    Tickets: 212-864-5400

  • 2008
    11
    December
    Dancer Publishing’s Holiday of Choice Party

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Seeing Stars

    Manhattan Movement and Arts Center

  • 2008
    20
    October
    Benefit 2008

    Florence Gould Hall
    French Institute Alliance Française

     

    Tickets: 212-307-4100

  • 2008
    30
    June
    The Heat Is On!

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Mission: Implausible

    La MaMa e.t.c.

     

    Reservations: 212-254-6468

  • 2008
    22-25
    May
    Spring Season

    Joyce SoHo

     

    Tickets: 212-242-0800

  • 2008
    25
    April
    Fridays At Noon

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience

    92nd Street Y

     

    Tickets: 212-415-5553

  • 2008
    9
    February
    Evil Monkey Man: David Yazbek and His Warmest Regards

    Lincoln Center presents American Songbook
    Featuring members of The Chase Brock Experience

    The Allen Room, Time Warner Center

     

    Tickets: 212-721-6500

  • 2008
    14
    January
    APAP Conference Showcases

    The Beckett Theatre, Theatre Row

     

    APAP delegates call 646-464-4107 to reserve tickets

  • 2007
    17-18
    December
    19th Annual Gypsy of the Year Competition

    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience performing Summer Study

    New Amsterdam Theatre

     

    Tickets: 212-840-0770

  • 2007
    20-23
    September
    Fall Season

    Dance New Amsterdam

     

    Ticket Central box office: 212-279-4200

  • 2007
    1
    August
    Variations Residency

    Variations, a dancer’s studio
    Artists-in-Residence: The Chase Brock Experience

  • 2007
    21-22
    July
    Fire Island Dance Festival 13

    Great South Bay, Fire Island Pines
    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience

     

    Tickets: 212-840-0770

  • 2007
    10
    July
    On with the Dance

    Broadway Dance Center’s The Pulse – Summer Dance Fest
    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience

    Sheraton New York City

     

    Tickets: 212-582-9304 x27

  • 2007
    24
    June
    Solstice in Times Square

    Dancing at the Crossroads
    Featuring The Chase Brock Experience

    Military Island, Times Square between 43rd and 44th Streets

  • 2007
    27
    April
    Long Island Dance Consortium’s Celebration of Dance 2007

    Special Guest Artists: The Chase Brock Experience

    Nassau Boces Cultural Arts Center

  • 2007
    11-25
    April
    Watermill Center Spring Residency

    Open Rehearsal April 22 2007
    The Chase Brock Experience and Guest Artists

    Robert Wilson’s Watermill Center

  • 2007
    22-24
    March
    Dance New Amsterdam

    Ticket Central box office: 212-279-4200

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