About

if you can't catch us in person, visit our vimeo page
or e-mail: thepharmacyproject@gmail.com

the pharmacy project is….

a company of verbs pretending to be nouns
a family
glaciers and moss
strong but shy

The Pharmacy Project is a group of movers working together since 2009 to bring their audience narrative dance works. The focus of the company is to create work based on common sentiments, feelings, memories, and desires in hopes that those watching will be able to relate. They strive to highlight being human by balancing the sensibility of everyday movement with the sensitivity of a singular moment. The company seeks out interesting venues to help further tell their story, and place the audience in a thoughtful surrounding.


you can contact us at thepharmacyproject@gmail.com
or nora.petroliunas@gmail.com


Lindsay Lee, originally from New Haven Connecticut began her training at both The New Haven Ballet and The Educational Center for the Arts. She furthered her studies, attending SUNY Purchase and holds a BFA in Dance. She has since had the pleasure of working and collaborating with artists such as The Metropolitan Opera, Doug Varone, Michael Ingle and the Go-Getters, Miriam Wolf,
Alex Springer & Alexandra Burley the Median Movement, Avodah, RoadWork, VIA Dance Collaborative, Sarah Oppenheim, Natalie Desch, Jessica Morgan, Esse Aficionado, Alexandra Beller, and Syren Modern Dance Company.
Lindsay has been shaking and moving for Nora Petroliunas and The Pharmacy Project since 2012 and is completely honored to be apart of this family.

Born in Kentucky, Amber Morgan, graduated from The School for the Creative and Performing Arts and later went on to earn her BFA from SUNY Purchase College. She has had the pleasure of working with choreographers such as Bill T. Jones, Andrea Miller/Gallim, Lucca Veggeti, Douglas Dunn, Sidra Bell, Danielle Desnoyers, Cori Kresge, Lonely Goat, Steeledance, Adele Myers and Nora Petroliunas. Amber currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, and shares her sweet dance moves with both Adele Myers and Dancers, and The Pharmacy Project. She's been a member of the company since it's beginnings in 2009.

Nora Petroliunas is a 2006 graduate of the Conservatory of Dance at SUNY Purchase. She is the artistic director of the Pharmacy Project, a group of friends working together since 2009 to create narrative dance performance pieces for atypical spaces with the help of the Brooklyn Arts Council, and viewers like you! Settings have ranged from Veterans Post 8903 to the rooftop garden of the Chelsea Hotel. Her work has been presented by Joe's Pub, Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Dixon Place, Links Hall, The Bushwick Starr, GAP Presents!, Triskelion Arts, the Athenaeum Theatre, Dance Chicago, Certamen Internacional de Coreografia in Burgos, Spain as well as the Cape Dance Festival in Provincetown, Massachusetts.

Hsiao-Jou Tang was born and raised in Taiwan where she studied ballet, modern, traditional Chinese dance and martial arts. She moved to New York in 2004 to attend SUNY Purchase College and graduated in 2008 with a BFA in Dance. Tang has had the great pleasure of working with a number of wonderful people and companies including Kyle Abraham / Abraham.in.motion, the Metropolitan Opera, Shen Wei Dance Arts, Kevin Wynn Collection, Daniel Charon Dance, Nora Petroliunas/The Pharmacy Project and the Median Movement . Hsiao-jou joined Doug Varone and Dancers in 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 The Pharmacy Project and Richard Serra at DIA Beacon, 2015

The Pharmacy Project and Richard Serra at DIA Beacon, 2015