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Time Out NY Dance Audience Award Noms


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#1 AmandaNYC

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Posted 15 June 2003 - 06:44 AM

Wasn't sure if this was the correct place to post it (since it's for contemporary dance), but for everyone who has seen a NYC dance performance this year:

Time Out NY Dance Audience Award


From the page:
"Stand up and applaud your favorite contemporary dance performance and/or work by nominating it for Time Out New York's first-ever Dance Audience Award, to be presented at the 2003 Bessie Awards. Consideration is open to all contemporary dance performances by independent artists in New York City during the 2002 season (July 2002 through June 2003).*

"From now until June 30, 2003, you will be able to nominate your favorite performances and/or works. The 20 performances and/or works to receive the most nominations will then be presented for you, the audience, to vote on. The performance and/or work that gets the most votes will receive Time Out New York's first-ever Dance Audience Award. The recipient will receive a $1,000 check and $2,500 worth of advertising in Time Out New York.

"To nominate your favorite performance and/or work, fill out the information below and click submit. The final nominees will be announced on July 1, 2003 at www.timeoutny.com. After that date, you can vote for which nominee you think should receive the first-ever Time Out New York Dance Audience Award. Don't worry, we'll send you an e-mail to remind you when the final round of the voting process begins."

So, make sure your opinion is heard. I know there are plenty of us with opinions!
-amanda


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