Antonio Ramos presents No Agenda Genda, a sci-fi piece of interactive dance theater dedicated to the legacy and memory of queer icons and movement-makers. Inspired by their fierce commitment to protect their communities, regardless of societal alienation and consequence, No Agenda Genda uses emotionally-layered movement and audience participation to pay homage to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots.
In a performance full of surprises, you may end up dancing the cha-cha in Antonio’s elaborate shoe collection, or enjoying tasty treats, at this glittering, exuberant engagement.
Now in its fourth year, Out of Line presents a new set of arresting, intriguing, and playful performances by some of New York City’s most exciting contemporary artists.RSVP
ABOUT ANTONIO RAMOS:
Antonio Ramos was born and raised in Puerto Rico where he trained in jazz, salsa, and African dance. He later received a B.F.A. in dance from SUNY Purchase. Antonio began his career performing with Ballet Theatre of Puerto Rico, Ballet Hispanico of New York, and Ballet Concierto and Ballet Municipal of Puerto Rico. More recently, Antonio has performed with choreographers Mark Dendy, Neil Greenberg, Kari Hooas, Luis Lara Malvacías, Jeremy Nelson, Stephen Petronio, Merián Soto, Kevin Wynn, Ori Flomin, and Donna Uchizono, among others. Antonio has taught at the University of Puerto Rico, Ballet de San Juan, Ballet Teatro de Puerto Rico, Ballet Municipal of Puerto Rico, Ballet Concierto, Danza Jazz of Puerto Rico, Dance Space Center, BAAD!/Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, Latin Dance Festival in New York City, Princeton, Cornell, Wesleyan, New York, and Marymount Universities, Barnard College, SUNY Purchase, The New School, The International School of Bangkok, Den Norsken Ballett Hoyskole in Oslo, Norway, and The Paluca Shule in Dresden, Germany. His solo performances have been featured at La MaMa’s Squirts: Generations of Queer Performance, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, and over 70 theaters and educational institutions around the country.
Major support for High Line Programs is provided by The Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston.
High Line Art, Programs, and accessibility are made possible, in part, with public funds from the New York City Council, under the leadership of Speaker Corey Johnson.