In addition to Moving On's creative endeavors throughout the year, we are proud to host the Gold Coast Dance Retreat on the beautiful North Shore of Long Island.
Our retreat is the only retreat for dancers looking to learn more about healthy practices to help elongate one's career.
We emphasize the importance of overall strength and conditioning to balance out the body's compensation patterns created over the course of one's career, incorporating multiple disciplines as well as nutrition, meditation, and use of essential oils. This is a diverse program great for all dance genres.
Our unique retreat also focuses on bringing the dancer out of the dancer. Technique alone is not enough in this challenging career path, so we've created a supportive environment to help bring out the optimum performance quality, showcasing the unique facilities in each performer.
Minimum age requirement: 20
Pre-professionals, professionals, and post-professionals welcome. Click here for tickets
*Tickets are general admission ($40) and include 1 cocktail or mocktail
For a small fee join us for a post show discussion with Director Nicole Loizides and cast- Saturdays 10/12 & 10/19.
Learn about our creative process, hear stories about what led to Moving On's formation, and where we go from here.
*Limited tickets for access to our post show cast party 10/20. Join us for a champagne toast!
This event is not suitable for children under 10.
The Unhidden is Moving On's annual show the North Shore of Long Island can call it's own.
Blurring the lines between dance, visual art, and puppetry, this spectacle is great for an evening out, even for those never having appreciated dance before.
This is an immersive event that brings it's audience into another cosmos... our own unseen treasures of our beautiful earth. "...I want more people to stop and smell the earth around them, become it, and do better." - Nicole Loizides
The Unhidden is great for families though not recommended for children under the age of 10.
The evening begins with a complimentary cocktail or mocktail while amongst a small museum of moving art. After being ushered down our second exhibit, you'll be seated and enchanted by multiple performances threading together 4 elements through dance, music, smell, puppetry, and lighting.
Founder and Artistic Director Nicole Loizides, alongside husband and Technical Director Lou Albruzzese and Engineer/Artist Nathan Heverin, has drawn together an evening that is sure to leave you wanting more.
Tickets on sale June 1st.