SHIFT Dance COllective

A company fundraiser to support the development of shift dance collective's upcoming performance of head-space

Saturday, November 18

Brooklynworks at 159
159 20th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232

$15 in advance
$20 at the door

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Head-Space is a movement explorative piece that demonstrates how negative stigmas, misconceptions, and stereotypes surrounding mental illness affect the relationships of those who suffer from it as well as their loved ones.


All donations raised through this fundraiser will go toward space rental, costume and lighting production, artist performance fees, and promotion. Every donation will allows SHIFT to acquire and maintain the materials and resources needed to keep creating, producing, and performing meaningful works. If you can't make it to the fundraiser, consider making a donation here.


SHIFT is a collective for networking and collaboration, a vessel through which the artists involved will be able to make real connections with their audiences. Our goal is to make an everlasting effort to connect to the community of not only Brooklyn, or New York, but to other artistic communities who wish to exchange ideas and information. While SHIFT is predominantly dance-focused, we draw on exploring heavy collaborative effort from other artistic mediums such as music, visual art, spoken word, and more.


Gabriella Bruno created SHIFT as a means to establish a community of artists working together to create works that reflect their lives as well as the life of the community. Gabriella is a dancer and choreographer from Northern California. Gabriella has studied all genres of dance, including tap, jazz, ballet, modern, hip-hop, contemporary, world dance, and musical theater. In 2014, she received her BFA in Dance Performance from Chapman University. Gabriella graduated Magna Cum Laude. In addition to running SHIFT and performing in other dance companies such as Tap Overload, Abundance with Keomi Tarver, and Psychosomatic Dance, Gabriella works as a Teaching Artist and Art Therapy Coordinator in Brooklyn.