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Ephemera was a dance-theater experience that explored themes of love, relationships, passion, and lust through the eyes of young New Yorkers out on the town. It joined our seven dancers for a lively night of drinks and entertainment, and watched as they experienced a night of drinking, flirting, and salaciousness.

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Limited engagement had ended

July 11th, 19th, 26th 2016

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An original & immersive experience

Grab a drink and kick back in our bar while the action happens all around you
Original Music

Enjoy a completely original score by composer Frederick Alden Terry


Featuring unique signature cocktails that will help transport you to an ephemeral place


Join as our performers push the boundaries of relationships in the sexy setting of New York City


Get up and dance with the actors, or sit back and play the role of voyeur, the choice is yours

A ton of fun! Unlike any other performance I can think of. Involving and unique — highly recommended!

Kent Sanderson

Ephemera is sleek, sexy, and seductive. Avital Asuleen has created a world where everyone dances, and where relationships live and die through movement. You don't want to miss this inspired and inspiring piece of theater!

Andrew Davies

Great show!!! Fantastic dancing, clever choreography, and a terrific score!! LOVED it!!!

David O. Roberts

About the Creators

Avital Asuleen

Avital Asuleen

Creator and Choreographer

Avital Asuleen is a director, choreographer, and performer who loves to tell timeless stories through music and dance. Recent choreography credits include: associate to Lorin Latarro on Prospect Theater Company's production of "Jasper in Deadland," "The Queen Bees" (Queens Theatre), and "Gypsy" (WPPAC). Performance credits include the currently running I'll Say She Is, and Ms. Shields on the national tour of A Christmas Story. She's also the founder of The Choreography Lab.

Frederick Alden Terry

Frederick Alden Terry

Creator and Composer

MFA in Musical Theatre Writing from NYU’s TSOA. With John Herin, Ethan Frome (opera) CindeRelativity, Improvisation, Under The Skin, AVAC Memories, Buying Time (shorts); The Passion of George W. Bush, (NYC Fringe); adaptation of The Tempest. Other recent: DECO (chamber), Divine Sarah (musical), and Romeo and Juliet (incidental).

Ephemera Sizzle Reel, 2016