Amy Fine Collins and Joanna Fisher took to the stage at the opening of FJK Dance’s 2016 Season at New York Live Arts, saying, “Shalom and Salaam! Dancers and musicians of many faiths – Christian, Muslim and Jewish – and nationalities – Iraqi, Turkish, Israeli, Cuban, Mexican, Colombian, Swiss, Italian, Spanish, and American – have come together to present a message of peace.” The Iraqi born founder Fadi Khoury combines many forms including ballroom and ballet into a highly theatrical presentation.
Guest at opening night included Amy Astley, Sevin Ceviker, Peter Copping, Caroline and Paul Cronson, Brian Fisher, Kathi Hughes, Freddie Leiba, Liza Lerner, Gene Meyer, Tara Milne, Robert Rufino, and Priscilla Rattazzi Whittle.
Following the performance guests enjoyed celebratory cocktails and dinner at El Cid around the corner.
As a Texas native, Braden Bradley made the move to New York City in 2010 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas State University to experience the opportunities the city has to offer. After being named Mr. Gay New York, starring in Pride: The Series, maintaining his charity column in Social Life Magazine, and volunteering for The Trevor Project, Braden discovered that life is truly what we make of it. He is also an active member of the Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village and can be found singing in the gospel choir. Braden currently works as a publicist in New York City.
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