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Series B - II | Alive

Total Raised

$15.4M

Last Raised

$6M | 10 yrs ago

About PlayScape

PlayScape, formerly MoMinis, offers a new kind of mobile game publishing. The company focuses on leveraging its strong technological core to create a worldwide distribution network by partnering with its professional community of developers.

Headquarters Location

1 Tuvim Street

69718,

Israel

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09:02 EDT The Battery Kicks Off "Playscape Performs" with a Unique Collaboration between Parsons Dance and Ballet Tech, Inspired...

May 12, 2022

News provided by Share this article Share this article Free to the public on June 3 and 4, the first-of-its-kind expansive dance by renowned choreographer David Parsons, with 60 students from Ballet Tech, features aerial puppetry and uses the entirety of Battery Playscape as its stage: a 1.5 acre innovative playground at the southern tip of Manhattan  NEW YORK, May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- On Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4, The Battery will jump-start its 2022 summer series, "Playscape Performs," with a wildly imaginative dance performance - free for the whole family. Warrie Price, the visionary behind revamping and revitalizing The Battery for nearly three decades, is collaborating with world-renowned choreographer and creative director David Parsons, his company Parsons Dance and the talented fourth and fifth graders at Ballet Tech, the NYC Public School for Dance, to present the first-ever dance inspired by a playground. The performance, entitled "About Sprouts," kicks off The Battery's summer activities, which are funded by The Battery Conservancy - the organization responsible for transforming the city's birthplace park. The dance will feature members of Parsons Dance, 60 student dancers from Ballet Tech, and 100 artfully-crafted aerial puppets soaring majestically among gardens, trees, clouds and water views of New York Harbor. The Battery Kicks Off “Playscape Performs” with a Unique Collaboration between Parsons Dance and Ballet Tech, Inspired by the Park’s Innovative New Playground "For me, the daring innovations of Playscape ignited the joining of dance and childhood adventure," said David Parsons, Founder and Artistic Director of Parsons Dance. "Parsons and Ballet Tech bring a new dimension to the endless possibilities emerging dancers will explore within play and nature: so rare in urban life." Playscape Performs is free to the public on Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4 with shows at 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. each day. Additionally, puppet shows will take place each day at ShowBox. Guests should arrive at The Battery entrance across from 17 State St. Following its premiere weekend, Playscape Performs will offer free shows and performances the first weekend of each month, July through September, including a showcase of celebrated puppeteer Hobey Ford's ANIMALIA on September 10. Throughout the season, guests can visit The Battery any day to witness firsthand how the land is a performance in its own right with magic and wonder tucked into every corner. "We designed Playscape to flood and recover after Hurricane Sandy, and now to see it become this canvas for creativity, and spontaneity in dance is just a joy," said Warrie Price, Founder and President at The Battery. "We've created something unusual and unique in Playscape, and we're thrilled to see it stimulate this incredible collaboration. I am honored to have  the incomparable David Parsons and Ballet Tech's Dionne Figgins  inaugurate our season with what will be a first-of-its-kind, fantastical performance at Battery Playscape . Every aspect of our park is made possible by generous New Yorkers and we hope that all who appreciate its beauty and wonder this summer - and beyond - may consider making a donation so we can continue to provide our community with this downtown treasure." About The Battery: Located at the Southern tip of Manhattan, The Battery is a 25 acre NYC public park welcoming millions of New Yorkers and visitors every year. A beautiful respite from the bustling downtown streets and towering high rises that surround it, the multi-faceted landscape embodies the resilient and imaginative spirit of New York, while providing beauty, fun, and restorative calm for all who step foot on its grounds. A convergence of nature, design, play and performance: 1,555 foot Battery Bikeway connects Hudson River Park to the East River Esplanade, creating a 31-mile waterfront bikeway that encircles Manhattan  240,000 square feet of gardens 1-acre educational farm that grows over 100 varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers Multi-colony bee village operated by our partners at The Honeybee Conservancy Fintastic aquarium themed SeaGlass Carousel How to support The Battery:  The Battery Conservancy (TBC) maintains and creates cultural programs through the generosity  of private individuals and corporations. TBC was founded by Warrie Price who has made it her life's mission to unlock the natural beauty of this historic site and the communities she serves through ecological conservation and innovation. Through summer programming and events like Playscape Performs, Warrie and her team hope to continue to raise awareness and support for The Battery so New Yorkers can continue to build lifelong memories there. For those comfortable enough to do so, donations - no matter the size - are not only appreciated but crucial in continuing to beautify and restore the park. For more information on Playscape Performs and The Battery, or to make a donation, please visit www.thebattery.org . ABOUT THE BATTERY CONSERVANCY Through partnerships with NYC Parks, New York State, the National Park Service, and private individuals and corporations, The Battery Conservancy has raised more than $170M. Today, The Battery Conservancy—driven by its core values of environmental stewardship, historical authenticity, design excellence, innovative education, and openness to all—spearheads the revitalization of the city's birthplace park. The Battery's breathtaking harbor views, expansive gardens, bike paths, grand lawns, and family attractions make it one of New York City's premier cultural destinations. The Battery Conservancy was created in 1994 as a not–for–profit educational corporation to rebuild and revitalize The Battery and its major landmark, Castle Clinton National Monument. The Conservancy spearheads this dramatic transformation in partnership with City, State and Federal governments and with individuals, corporations, and foundations in the private sector. Visited by 15 million people each year, The Battery remains one of the oldest public spaces in continuous use in New York City. The Conservancy honors and preserves its heritage by rebuilding the park with sustainable design and ecological practices while respecting and interpreting its rich history. The landscape design protects the natural environment while meeting the needs of a growing residential population, crowds of bustling commuters, and the millions of visitors who come to see the Statue of Liberty and experience New York Harbor. For more information, visit www.thebattery.org . ABOUT PARSONS DANCE Parsons Dance is a New York City based contemporary American dance company, renowned for its energized ensemble work. Founded in 1985 by Artistic Director David Parsons and Tony Award-winning lighting designer Howell Binkley, the company has toured to more than 447 cities, 30 countries, and 5 continents. Parsons Dance is committed to providing enriching experiences beyond its performances as it seeks to engage audiences of all ages through education and outreach programs; through post-show discussions, open rehearsals, studio showcases, video workshops, open company classes, summer workshops for pre-professional dancers; and in-school workshops for public school students. ABOUT BALLET TECH, THE  NYC PUBLIC SCHOOL FOR DANCE Ballet Tech Foundation Inc. is committed to introducing New York City public school children to the beauty, integrity, and joy of dance. Annually, Ballet Tech provides the rigorous dance training necessary to fulfill and nurture students' intrinsic dance talents, tuition free. Ballet Tech develops dancers and leaders of tomorrow by offering young people who reflect the rich diversity of New York City a world class dance education that encompasses a wide variety of genres of movement and choreography, alongside an academic education in collaboration with the NYC Department of Education. SOURCE The Battery

PlayScape Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • What is PlayScape's latest funding round?

    PlayScape's latest funding round is Series B - II.

  • How much did PlayScape raise?

    PlayScape raised a total of $15.4M.

  • Who are the investors of PlayScape?

    Investors of PlayScape include BRM Group, Gemini Israel Ventures and Mitsui & Co. Global Investment.

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