Corporate Events To date, RIOULT Dance NY, has partnered with many companies and non-profits for a variety of commercial events. Our dancers have performed at flagship store openings, fashion shows and fundraisers, and taught children’s dance classes in Times Square to raise awareness for Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” campaign. If you are interested in incorporating a dance/live performance element into your event, please contact Executive Director Amy Harrison at email@example.com or call 212-398-5901. Fashion Fiesta for A Cause: May 23, 2013 All photos by Eric Bandiero PausePlayPlayPrev|Next This fundraiser raised money for the Women’s Education Project, whose mission is to provide academic support and career preparation for young women living on less than $1 per day throughout Southern India. RIOULT Dance NY performed throughout the evening program which also featured a Bollywood-inspired fashion show by Betsy Johnson, and standup comedy acts by Sandra Bernard and Taylor Negron. Dance/USA & USA Network’s End Zone Dance Competition for the “Let’s Move!” Initiative: June 5, 2012 RIOULT Dance NY was invited to teach a kids class in Times Square to a group of children involved in its DanceREACH arts education program for the End Zone Dance Competition. This event, created in partnership with Dance/USA and the USA Networks’ “Necessary Roughness,” raised awareness for Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move!” initiative, encouraging active, healthy lifestyles for children. RIOULT Dance NY was one of four NYC dance companies to take part along with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Buglisi Dance Theatre, and Lar Lubovitch Dance Company. Marimekko New York Flagship Store Opening: October 5, 2011 To kick off the grand opening of its flagship store in New York City on 5th Avenue (between 23rd & 24th Streets), RIOULT Dance NY dancers performed vignettes choreographed by Pascal Rioult to incorporate Marimekko’s colorful, printed fabric. Amidst the cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, the miniature pop-up performances engaged guests in different areas of the store.