One Night Only

A Collaboration between Local Artists and Friends
Wednesday, June 20th 6:00pm

Featuring a sneak peak of the dance film in progress ACQUIESCENCE
Filmed in Newport, Rhode Island.  A perfect setting for a dance on film project inspired by the original choreography called AFFAIRS OF THE HEART created by Attila Joey Csiki.  Original music created and composed by Shannon Rugani.  Danced by Katie Moorhead.  Filmed by George J Gray, Elizabeth Radocchio and Jairo Ulloa. A story of living in the perpendicular, where emotions collide and a never ending landscape is unsafe to live in.  It requires self abandonment to endure the ride…….

Film screening followed by a live dance performance Choreographed by Attila J. Csiki
Katie Moorhead will be dancing courtesy of Island Moving Co, Newport Contemporary Ballet 

This dance called AFFAIRS OF THE HEART was initially inspired by the film and has been showed all over the world including The Tokyo Ballet,  Culberg Ballet and the Julliard School.

Digital Art by Mena Brunette, Elizabeth Radocchio, and George J. Gray will also be for sale!

Performance Event Tickets: $15 available online and at the door


About Attila Joey Csiki:
Attila began his dance training at the Canadian Dance Company in Toronto to subsequently join the National Ballet of Canada Academy.  Upon receiving a scholarship to the School of American Ballet, Attila moved to New York City and danced under the direction of Peter Martins with the New York City Ballet.  After joining New York City Ballet , Attila’s professional experience transitioned him to Tokyo, Japan where he was a soloist with the Tokyo Ballet company working with some of the world’s most recognized choreographers, including Jiri Kylian, Sir Peter Wright, William Forsythe, Nacho Duato, Mauro Bigonzetti and Anthony Tudor, and Kenneth McMillan.  In Japan Attila danced with such companies as Noism Jo Kanamori, Star Dancers Ballet, K Ballet, New National Ballet, and the Japan Ballet Association.

In 2007 Attila joined the Du Capital ballet of Toulouse France as a soloist.  After returning to the U.S., Attila has danced as a guest artist with companies such as, Twyla Tharpe Dance, Christopher Wheeldon’s Morphoses, Ballet Concierto de Puerto Rico, Peoria Ballet Illinois, Dance Form Productions, Thomas/Ortiz Dance, and Rasta Thomas’ Bad Boys of Dance.  

In 2008 Attila joined the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.  In addition to his long term creative relationship with Lar Lubovitch, Attila continues to guest perform internationally with Hong Kong Ballet, and Tokyo City Ballet.  His gala repertory includes Lubovitch’s “Little Rhapsodies” and “Concerto 622 Adagio”, Benjamin Millepied’s “Other Side”, and George Balanchine’s “Who Cares”. Until now Attila has created 8 works with Lar and has danced nearly a dozen.

In 2006, Attila was invited to Guatemala by President Alvaro Arzu to collaborate with international artists.  Fusion, a production he both choreographed and directed.  The production involved 215 artists and was a collaboration of all possible art forms.  Fusion featured a number of Attila’s choreography, including Fragments of a Dream, which was danced by principals of the Houston Ballet Company. Recently, Attila has completed residencies at Americas leading Universities and conservatories including Julliard – where he taught Lar Lubovitch repertory classes and his own master classes.

Currently Attila is performing with Alessandra Ferri for her return to the stage in “The Piano Upstairs”.  The Dance/Play was wrote by playwright John Weidman and starring Boyd Gaines. The play was premiered in Italy at the prestigious Spoleto Festival and will soon debut at Washington D.C’s Kennedy Center and City Center in New York.

Most recently Attila has joined the original cast of  a Broadway musical with director Christopher Wheeldon “An American In Paris”. Premiered at the Theatre Chatelet in Paris in September 2014 soon thereafter the Broadway show was hit winning 4 Tony awards.

About Katie Moorhead:
KATIE MOORHEAD born in Media, PA, trained ​at Oxford Center for Dance and began to choreograph from age 9. She credits this early introduction of her knowledge and creativity in music and story to her Director and first ballet teacher, Dina Gazzero. Her dance career extends from age 15, performing with Russian Ballet Theater, DE in Robert LaFosse “Nutcracker Suite.”  She placed a Silver Metal in Ballet and Contemporary junior division at the Youth American Grand Prix. Graduating with honors from the Kirov Academy of Ballet in Washington DC, she joined Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida and received an Honorable Merit Diploma from the Tersiphora Foundation of St. Petersburg, Russia. She has worked with numerous Ballet and Contemporary companies such as American Repertory Ballet, Staten Island Ballet, Bradley Shelver Contemporary Dance Theatre, and Collective Body Dance Lab to name a few.  Katie has enjoyed performing in many beautiful countries such as Denmark, Poland, Italy, Australia and Kazakhstan​.​ ​

In NYC, she was Rehearsal Director ​for Untitled-Collective (based NYC and Australia) ​​where she re-staged company work for various festivals. ​U-C was the first dance company to perform at the United Nations in NYC and Washington, DC.  Katie performed in the Dumbo Festival, in Central Park for Summer Stage Festival and at City Center for Career Transition for Dancers Fundraiser. When she wasn’t performing, she was a ballet substitute at Alvin Ailey Extension Program​​ for Kat Wildish. During the fall of 2014, she directed and produced a benefit performance joining dancers, artist, and musicians at the Jamestown Arts Center, titled “Pro-Aesthetic​.​” She owns GYROTONIC® Newport ​whe​re​ she trains​ golfers, sailors and ​anyone looking to heal or prevent injuries. Katie began dancing with Island Moving Company as a guest dancer in the spring of 2013 and joined the company that ​fall. She enjoys continuing her education, free lancing with other artists and riding her bike to the beach.

About Elizabeth Radocchio: 
As a child, it was unusual to see me without a paintbrush, pencil, or crayon in my hand.  In my early teens I was given my Father’s 35 mm Konica film camera, and it was then that I realized my true creative love, Photography.

My creative focus is on the maritime industry with a strong emphasis on sailing.  I also have a focus on portraiture, editorial and travel photography. I aim to share my vision and passion with each image that I capture.  I find my love for photography lies in my ability to evoke emotion and create a connection between the person and the photograph.

Being from Connecticut originally, I have found my new home on Aquidneck Island, in beautiful Rhode Island. Throughout my decade on the island, you might find me out on the bay sailing, down by the water walking with my dog Lucky, or enjoying the outdoors and activities of the area with friends and family.

 My photography largely focuses on sailing/maritime, travel and portraiture. I am looking to connect my work with Attila’s film and Katie’s live performance by exemplifying fluidity, simplicity, beauty and the juxtaposition of peacefulness and intensity.

About Mena Brunette:
Mena is a native of Chile but has lived in the Washington, DC area most of her life. She currently resides in McLean, Virginia. An avid photographer, Mena enjoys photographing many forms but her passion is capturing Dance.

Mena has had the privilege of working with prominent dance companies, including The Washington Ballet, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, Ballet West and Shaping Sound. She has photographed renowned artists including Michaela DePrince, Brooklyn Mack, Attila Joey Csiki, Misty Copeland, Travis Wall, Clifton Brown, Adrienne Canterna, and Rasta Thomas. Her work has taken her from the Kennedy Center, Lincoln Theater, Warner Theater, to Carnegie Hall.

Mena also has extensive experience with studio work and photographs 
nature, city life, landscapes and portraits.
Her images have been showcased 
in books and advertising campaigns.

About George J. Gray:
George  picked up his first camera two years ago next month for a trip out west. He drove up the coast of California from San Diego to Big Sur and instantly fell in love with photography. After returning home He wanted to learn more so he enrolled in a program at the Rhode Island school of design. George loves the outdoors and finds himself drawn to photographing nature scenes and landscapes. He’s now starting a career as an interior and architectural photographer which has been extremely challenging but very rewarding.

Jamestown Arts Center | Location: 18 Valley Street, Jamestown, Rhode Island 02835 | Mailing Address: PO Box 97, Jamestown,
Rhode Island 02835 | for more Information call: (401) 560-0979 or email


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