D10 Project stages dance/physical theater performances with unique language that evokes a poetic dimension of Hispanic dramatism. As a hybrid collective of dancers, choreographers, designers, producers, D.10 Project’s creative process go on the exploration of the structure of feelings into movement and expressivity, and then to present the experience in real and/or metaphoric form.
They have earn the freedom to reflect, experiment, and create, while sharing resources, risks and benefits. And rolling out public programming: as performances, workshops, festivals, for community engagement.
Re-established by Elliott Ortiz in 2005. He has led the troupe, directing and conceiving all its productions. Elliott had created those artistic works from a dramaturgical perspective that gives life to the visual power of storytelling and is compelled to invoking performers, and communities to reflect on and confront their own realities, and societal roles.
Mr. Ortiz is grantee 2020 Creative Engagement grant administrated by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and UMEZ Arts Engagement 2021