Dance Legend Debbie Allen Seeks D.C. Area Talent for Upcoming Production

Contact: Sabrina A. Taylor

Dance Legend Debbie Allen Seeks D.C. Area Talent for Upcoming Production

Seeking dancers ages 7 to 22 for both local and touring production of “Brothers of the Knight”

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Legendary Debbie Allen and the Debbie Allen Dance Academy are excited to present Brothers of the Knight, a hip, rejuvenated adaptation of the classic Brother’s Grimm tale, The Twelve Dancing Princesses. Five cities have been confirmed for this production: Los Angeles, Boston, Charlotte, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. The production will be coming to Washington, D.C. July 10-July 13, 2014.

The production will feature local area dancers between the ages of seven to twenty two who will be selected and trained by Debbie Allen and her team of master dance artists. Seeking Ballet, Jazz, Strong Hip Hop, Gymnastics and Tap (Tap is a plus).

Auditions for Washington will be held April 13, 2014 at Kirov Academy of Ballet, 10 Fort Drive NE, Washington, D.C. 20011. (202) 832-1087.

8 AM Registration

9 AM – 11 AM BOYS & GIRLS ages 8-11 | Tap is a plus, Boys who can sing are a plus

11:30 AM – 1 PM GIRLS ages 12-14 | Ballet, Jazz, Tap is a plus

1:30 PM – 3 PM GIRLS ages 15-22 | Ballet, Jazz, Tap is a plus

3:30 PM – 4:30 PM BOYS ages 12-14 | Strong Hip-Hop, Gymnastics, Tap & singing skills a +

5 PM – 6 PM BOYS ages 15-22 | Strong Hip-Hop, Gymnastics and singing skills are a plus. Tap skills are a super plus!


Brothers of the Knight recounts the adventures of the youthful Knight brothers who, for reasons known only to themselves, leave torn-up shoes by their bed every morning. Their father, a strict preacher, has forbidden them to dance; however, the boys sneak out every night to dance the night away in the Big-Bad Ballroom until their housekeeper, Sunday, secretly follows them and solves the mystery of the torn up shoes.

e-mail Sabrina Taylor (sabrina)

Audition Fliers DC.pdf

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