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Our original artistic works celebrate the rich cultural diversity of our global societies and provide a platform for cultural diplomacy and exchange. We have garnered awards, honors, and acclaim for our performances and scholarship.


For over 30 years, Mark DeGarmo has created and produced over 100 performances and 28 international tours in 12 countries across Latin America and Europe.

Las Fridas

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Las Fridas is a 60-minute, 16-section duet choreographed and directed by Mark DeGarmo. It is a love letter to Mexico, an offering to painter and revolutionary Frida Kahlo, and a celebration of Kahlo’s life and artwork.

Salon Performance Series

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MDD’s Salon Performance Series, founded in 2010, is a unique opportunity to view and engage with original performing arts and dance works-in-progress of DeGarmo and guest artists. Its facilitated audience response approach is a unique way for the public to actively participate in the creation of new work.  The series gives opportunities to transcultural, transdisciplinary artists and art forms underrepresented in traditional or commercial performing or performance art venues.

Artist Bios:

2019-2020
2018-2019

Thursdays at 7pm, doors open at 6:30
Tickets: $15
For tickets, schedule, and more information, please visit our event website or call 212-375-9214.

Solo Work

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Mark DeGarmo is refining a set of transdisciplinary solo works, highlighting a range of theatrical styles and genres: drama to comedy and abstract to literal. This one-man show combines concert dance, music, theater, performance art, athleticism and clown. It investigates Western artists Walt Whitman and Raymond Duncan. “The Metrics of Awakening,” “Whoever You Are (Meditations on Walt Whitman),” and “A Happening: Raymond Duncan’s Art/Work Theories” make up the 60-minute program.