Luke Hickey: “A Little Old, A Little New”
November 8 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
“A Little Old, A Little New” celebrates the powerful synergy created when tap dancers and jazz musicians are in conversation, while offering an exciting array of historical and contemporary musical explorations. This high-energy and virtuosic evening of world class dance and music offers something for everyone, leaving the audience shuffling their feet all the way home.
Luke Hickey is a NYC-based tap dancer, choreographer, and actor, named by Dance Magazine among “25 To Watch” for 2020. In 2018, Hickey made his choreographic and director debut with his work “A Little Old, A Little New” at Birdland Jazz Club in NYC and has since toured the show to venues including Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival and Battery Dance Festival. Hickey’s choreography is also seen in the feature film “A Bread Factory;” listed on The New Yorker’s “The Best Movies of 2018.” Onstage, Hickey has most notably performed at the Joyce Theater with Ayodele Casel, the Guggenheim Museum’s Works and Process Gala with Dorrance Dance, New York City Center, Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room, The Kennedy Center, Macy’s Herald Square, and Karole Armitage’s “American Dream” at the Ravello Festival in Italy.