2021-2022 Season Performances

 

Flight, A migratory Performance Series

Next Reflex Dance Collective presents “Flight” A Migratory Performance series taking place at parks throughout The City of Fairfax. Performances include a sampling of art mixed into the landscape of Van Dyck Park, Blenheim Historical Site and Ashby Pond Conservatory Park. Each performance is unique in the site and art presented. All performances are free to the public – just bring your own seating and pack a dinner for the family!

 

Fall Flights

Oct 2 @ 5pm, Van Dyck Park

Featured guest artists : Kristin Hatleberg, Sylvana Christopher and Carly Johnson.

Oct 30 @ 5pm, Blenheim Historical Site

Featured guest artists : Jane Franklin Dance and Lucia Gagliardone

Children’s Halloween Costume Parade

“Socktober” : Collecting donations of new socks for charity

Nov 13 @ 4pm, Ashby Pond Conservatory Park

Featured guest artists: DanceArt Theatre, Light Switch Dance Theatre, Sherri Waas Shunfenthal & Rebecca Weiss

Collections donations of scarves, hats, and gloves for the Lamb Center homeless shelter

 

Spring Flights

April 23 @ Van Dyck Park

May 14 @ Blenheim Historical Site

May 28 @ Ashby Pond Conservatory Park

 

Inferno

June 24-27; 8-10pm / Workhouse Arts Center, Lorton VA

An Outdoor Walking Performance Event

Tickets: $20 General Admission

Ticket are sold per time slot; prices may increase, based on demand. Advanced purchase recommended

Youtube Video

This walk-thru dance event created by Next Reflex Dance Collective and Workhouse Theatre thoughtfully explores how we are all currently enduring isolation, wrestling with understanding ourselves, struggling to keep it all together; and tormented by being separated and contained. But maybe we all discover something on the other side, we just have to make the journey to find it.

Loosely inspired by The Divine Comedy and Dante’s Inferno; the story of Dante’s journey through the rings of Hell, guided by the ancient Roman poet Virgil, “Inferno” grabs the essence of this text as the movement and the performance journey twists, turns and winds around the Workhouse Arts Center’s campus.

This work takes into account humanity’s current perspectives, all of us experiencing something similar at the same time. The artwork is embodied through music, dance and theater while guiding the audience around and through 10 locations providing a different narrative for the audience to view.

Go through your own journey, find your inner demons, a cathartic experience and maybe discover something in the end.

 
 

2019-2020 Season Performances

 

Transformations

October 26, 2019 @ 7:30pm & October 27 @ 2pm / The Fredgren Studio Theater @ BalletNova

 

Winter Music and Dance Festival

February 8, 2020 @ 7:30pm / Workhouse Arts Center’s W-3 Theater A performance featuring area musicians and dancers. Next Reflex Dance Collective brings together musicians and dance companies for a night of collaborative performance and diverse creativity.

Tickets : $10 youth, $15 Student/Senior/Military, $25 Adult.

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2018 NRDC Winter Music and Dance Demo from Next Reflex Dance Collective on Vimeo.

 

11th Annual Move ME Festival

February 29 @ Kenmore Middle School, 2pm Performance, 3pm Interactive Workshop

 

Women’s Move Performance

March 7 @ 7:30pm, Location TBD

This performance is part of a Fairfax City Commission for the Arts Project Grant

 

Dance Metro DC’s Performance In Progress

March 14 @ 7pm, Atlas Performing Arts Center

 

Green Light Speakeasy

April 4 @ 7:30pm, Location TBD

This performance is part of a Fairfax City Commission for the Arts Project Grant

 

Jane Franklin Dance

April 25 @ 7:30pm, Theater on the Run

 

Next Reflex Dance Collective Artists in Concert

May 16 @ 7:30pm The Workhouse Arts Center’s W-3 Theater

Next Reflex Dance Collective presents new work from resident artists from the company and work from the companies repertory.

Tickets : $10 youth, $15 Student/Senior/Military, $25 Adult.

 

Cultural Dance Festival

June 6 at 7pm, Location TBD

This performance is part of a Fairfax City Commission for the Arts Project Grant