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Alessandra Corona Performing Works (ACPW) is a repertory dance company. It was founded in New York City in 2012 by Artistic Director Alessandra Corona. The company's goal is to make choreography that engages the senses and emotions on different levels through the integration of dance, music, theater and visual media. Ms. Corona has assembled remarkable and diverse artists to explore an innovative approach to modern dance. Together they create exciting works with a unique aesthetic, which are shared through performances, masterclasses and festivals around the world.

ACPW is comprised of incredible and diverse artists with artistic backgrounds from world- renowned organizations such as Paul Taylor Dance Company, Martha Graham Dance Company, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, The Metropolitan Opera, Stephen Petronio Company, Mark Morris Dance Group, the critically acclaimed production of 'Sleep No More,' as well as Ballet Hispanico, where Artistic Director Alessandra Corona toured for 15 years before founding Alessandra Corona Performing Works.

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ACPW Behind the Scenes

Alessandra Corona Performing Works: Behind the Scenes

ACPW touring program features two 30-minute works, additional full evening length programs are also available.

W2! (Women Too!)
W2! (Women Too!) is a new work created and choreographed by Manuel Vignoulle, which explores the evolution of the male/female dynamic in history from a contemporary man`s point of view. Through experiences of women from different periods and cultures, the audience will witness the transformation of women's status over time and how this has influenced men`s behavior. Vignoulle also explores the corresponding changes in gender roles and how the boundaries between sexual identities have become more fluid.

InnerAction is a voyage of consciousness and an exploration of relationships without emotional barriers. How truthful can we become in moments when we relax our emotional defenses? To enhance the capacity to feel the moment, performers and the audience are invited to focus their attention on suggestive images, in the form of short video clips which will be projected randomly.

Just Joy
Just Joy is a collaboration with the artists celebrating the stages of life. It aims to show how even in times of difficulties and sorrow, dance will always bring passion and joy. The original music is by the American composer Thomas Lentakis and music by Elena Ledda ('Amargura' & 'Sa Lughe').

Amore Impossibile
Amore Impossibile is a new dance-theater production choreographed by the innovative Italian choreographer Kristian Cellini. The inspiration and atmosphere come from the romance 'The Lady of the Camellias,' revised in a contemporary version. Cellini's work highlights the sentimental and passionate aspects of the eternal love between the main characters, with the help of a narrator and the original music by Thomas Lentakis. The expressive peak in the choreography will be emphasized by the music of Frederic Chopin.

New York City:

Jazz at Lincoln Center
Lincoln Center Outdoor Theater
City Center Theater
The Joyce Theater
The New Victory Theater
Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
Theater at St. Jean
Sheen Theater
Baruch Performing Arts Center
Brooklyn Academy of Music
The Symphony Space
Sylvia & Danny Kaye Playhouse


The Kennedy Center
The Jacob`s Pillow Festival
American Dance Festival
Wolf Trap
Ford Center for the Performing Arts
The Emerson Majestic Theater in Boston
The Zellerbach Theater in Philadelphia
Broward Center in Fort Lauderdale
Opera House Theater in Detroit
The Santa Fe Opera Theater
Popejoy Hall in Albuquerque (NM)
State Theater New Jersey
Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall in Sarasota (FL)
The Luckman Fine Arts Complex in Los Angeles


Teatro Nacional Cervantes Buenos Aires
The Royal Theater Carre in Amsterdam
La Maison De La Danse in Lyon
Musical Theater Basel (Switzerland)
El Teatro Triangulo De Madrid
Tivoli Theater in Barcelona
Teatro Principal in Burgos (Spain)
United States Pavilion in Seville (Spain) Expo 1992
Amphitheater in Cagliari (Italy)
Teatro Greco in Rome
Teatro Dell`opera in Rome
Operetenhaus in Hamburg
Bunkamura Theater in Tokyo

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