Job Posting: Artistic Director for the Georgetown University Dance Company

Job Posting

Artistic Director for the Georgetown University Dance Company

Department of Performing Arts Georgetown University
108 Davis Performing Arts Center
37th and O Sts NW

https://performingarts.georgetown.edu/

The Department of Performing Arts at Georgetown University seeks an artistic director for the Georgetown University Dance Company (GUDC), a co-curricular repertory dance company that performs diverse works in classical ballet, contemporary, jazz, indigenous, hip hop, and tap. Entry is by audition every September. Choreography is created by the faculty director, student members, professional guest choreographers. The faculty artistic director leads two classes per week and sets the syllabus for the term (including guest artists, masterclasses, and choreographers). In addition to the Fall showcase (black box) program and the Spring concert (Gonda Theatre), GUDC performs at basketball games, Lombardi Dances, and other campus and charitable events throughout the year, which are organized in coordination with a student board that also has responsibility for aspects of the official season. Please send CV, cover letter, and list of 3 references with contact information to dpachair@georgetown.edu; or to Department of Performing Arts, ATTN: GUDC Artistic Director Search, Georgetown University, 37th & O Streets NW, Washington, DC, 20057-1063. Consideration begins immediately.

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Audition: BREathe Dance Project Audition

Audition
BREathe Dance Project Audition 

March 31st, 2019 1-4 PM

Candidates must arrive 30 minutes early. Warm Up is from 12:30-1pm. The audition will start promptly at 1:00 PM. Candidates who arrived after 1pm will not be admitted.

Dance Loft on 14 
4618 14 ST NW Washington DC 
Studio 1 

 https://goo.gl/forms/OAJl1HaA2u8XAP9G2

BREathe Dance Project is casting for male and female dancers of color for Bre Seals’ newest work “Trials to Freedom” We are Casting for leads both male & female and ensemble roles. (Ages 18 and Up) We are also looking for 6 younger dancers (3 girls and 3 boys) ranging ages from 10-14 for our 6 youth roles as well. We are asking for dancers trained and/or experienced in the following techniques: Contemporary Ballet, Modern and African. Audition will consist of : Across the floor, Phrasing, Improv, Ballet, Modern, and Traditional African.Please bring: 1 headshot, 1 resume, 3 references, ballet shoes, and a lappa. *Note finalists are required to perform a 1 Min Solo. 
Register early https://goo.gl/forms/OAJl1HaA2u8XAP9G2 
For more info: 13reathedance@gmail.com 

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Job Posting: National Dance Education Organization – Temporary Part-Time Job Available

Job Posting

National Dance Education Organization

Temporary Part-Time Job Available

Application Due: April 1, 2019
Anticipated Start Date: April 8, 2019

NDEO National Office
8609 Second Avenue
Suite 203-B
Silver Spring, MD 20910

www.ndeo.org/jobs

Looking for a temporary employee to help with shipping 5-10 hours per week for the next 3 months. Hours are flexible but will need to be scheduled during traditional work hours (9:30-5:30 PM EDT).
Requirements:
-Basic computer skills
-Ability to stand for several hours at a time
-Ability to lift up to 50lbs (though the majority of the work will not require any heavy lifting)
The office is located just a few blocks from the Silver Spring metro station.
This is an easy, flexible part-time gig for anyone looking to make a little extra money over the next few months. We are hoping to find someone who can start within the next two weeks. 

If interested please email Kari Schrade at kschrade@ndeo.org.

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Job Posting: District Dance Arts Seeks Cultural Dance Instructors for World Dance Summer Camp

Job Posting

District Dance Arts Seeks Cultural Dance Instructors for World Dance Summer Camp

Summer Camp: July 1 – 12, 2019 (except July 4); afternoons from 1:30-5pm
Intergenerational Community Workshops:  July 1-3 & July 8-10, 6:30-8pm

Family Life Community Center
605 Rhode Island Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20002

http://www.districtdancearts.com/join-our-team/

Come dance with us this summer!

We’re hiring experienced instructors to teach at our inaugural World Dance Summer Camp July 1-12 at the Family Life Community Center! We’re seeking artists representing these cultures and dance forms: 

  -Pop culture dance from an African country 
  -Traditional cultural dance from a European country 

Camp is for children ages 6-9 with varying levels of dance experience. In addition to classes, artists will lead an activity that introduces students to another aspect of their culture. This could be art-making, dramatization of a story, making food, etc. See the full RFP at the link provided for the teaching schedule. 

Artists also have the option of leading intergenerational community movement workshops in the evenings after camp, Mon.-Wed. of each week. See the full RFP at link provided for all details. 

Submit applications to info@districtdancearts.com, subject line “World Dance Summer Camp Artist Application.” Must be received by March 30, 2019 at midnight EST. Please be sure that your application is complete before submitting. 

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Performance: Gin Dance Company Call for Performers to Perform at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival

Opportunity

Gin Dance Company

Call for Performers to Perform at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival

May 18, at 7:00 pm
May 19, at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm

Reston Town Center
11900 Market St, Reston, VA 20190

A great opportunity to perform at the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival at Reston Town Center this May! The festival organization, Reston Community Center is looking for volunteer performers!! The Festival ranks among the highest arts festivals in the nation… It brings more than 200 fine artists from around the country. This year the festival will be presenting “ON DISPLAY/RESTON”, a movement installation by Heidi Latsky that will celebrate the beauty of differences. Heidi Latsky Dance is an internationally recognized, physically integrated dance company from New York City whose mission is to redefine beauty and virtuosity through performance and discourse using performers with unique attributes to bring rigorous, provocative, contemporary dance to diverse audiences.

The festival is having a Call for Volunteer Performers!  This would be an incredible and unique opportunity to perform at the festival. The performances will take place on Saturday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday, May 19 at 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. No formal dance experience is required, and diversity and the most inclusive range of abilities are welcome. 

Please pass on the information to someone who may enjoy this special experience. One rehearsal will take place prior to the event and one rehearsal the day of the event. Contact Shu- Chen Cuff for information shuchen@gindance.com.

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Audition: Dissonance Dance Theatre Season 2019-2020 Company Auditions

Audition

Dissonance Dance Theatre
Season 2019-2020 Company Auditions

Sun March 10th, 11:30pm-3:00pm
Sun April 7th, 11:30pm-3:00pm

Preinkert Field House, Dance Studio
2102 Preinkert Field House, Univ of MD
College Park, MD 20742

https://www.jobs-ngcfddt.org/dancers/

Register: Online/In-PersonFee: $20Date: Mar 10th, Apr 7th, *July 6th*Summer DanceLab Auditionees/Apprentice Audition

Registration/Warm-Up: 11:30-12:00pm
Audition: 12:00-1:30pm (class), 1:30-3:00pm (DDT Rep – Selective Dancers)

Location: Preinkert Field House, Dance Studio, College Park, MD 20740

Dissonance Dance Theatre (DDT) is a growing artistic force in the Washington, D.C. area. DDT builds its momentum through its diverse talent which is hungry, eager, and professional.

Founded by Principal Choreographer Shawn Short in 2007, DDT harnesses a productive, fast-paced work environment geared toward dancers who are ready and eager to dance athletically, quick and with expression.

Our dancers range from 5’3 to 5’9 for female dancers and 5’6 to 6’2 for our male dancers. Company dancers ranks include: Senior Artist, Artist, Apprentice, Trainee. The repertoire ranges from folkloric to classical ballet with four to six productions a year. Dancers receive a monthly stipend starting in Fall 2019. Currently, we only take dancers with American citizenship.

All dancers abide by a company-wide sexual harassment policy, providing a safe workplace for all.

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Audition: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe @ Imagination Stage

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Imagination Stage – Auditions for The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

Audition: March 16, 2019 11:30 – 8:00pm
Production: Oct. 2019 – Jan 2020

Imagination Stage
4908 Auburn Ave.Bethesda MD 20814

Please contact audition@imaginationstage.org with any questions, or to arrange an appointment. 

 Casting Call – Imagination Stage – Bethesda, MD 

Seeking Contemporary Dancers (Age 18+) of all genders, backgrounds, and abilities 

Imagination Stage seeks strong contemporary dancers to perform in their holiday production of The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, directed by Janet Stanford and choreographed by David Palmer of Rochester City Ballet. Ballet training a plus, as well as any partnering skills. This production will be a remount of Imagination Stage’s Helen Hayes award-winning version of the C. S. Lewis classic, and will feature dancers, singer/actors, and a life-sized puppet of Aslan the Lion. 

Auditions will be scheduled by appointment, and will be held at Imagination Stage on March 16th, from 11:30 am – 2:30 pm and 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm. Auditions will include a class, followed by combinations and partnering exercises. The music director of the project will then teach auditioners a short cut of a song to sing. 

TYA Tier I Actors Equity Association weekly contracts and Non-Union contracts will be available for this production. This is a paid opportunity. 

Please contact audition@imaginationstage.org with any questions, or to arrange an appointment. 

Important dates for the production are below: 

THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE 

First Rehearsal: Oct. 28, 2019 
Tech Begins: Nov. 15, 2019 

First Preview: Nov. 20, 2019 
Opening: Nov. 23, 2019 
Closing: Jan. 12, 2020 

Run Length: 8 weeks 

Although the exact schedule has yet to be determined, rehearsals typically run Mondays through Fridays for 8 hours, either 9:00 am – 5:00 pm or 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. 

Performances will typically run Tuesdays through Sundays, with weekday shows at 10:30am and public weekend shows at 1:30pm and 4:00pm. 

Please note that this show runs over the holiday season. Although there are no performances on Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year, there will be shows scheduled in the days leading up to and following those dates. Performers will be expected to be present for all shows, barring illness, injury, or other emergency situations. 

Casting Breakdown: 

Imagination Stage is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It does not tolerate discrimination against applicants or employees on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, citizenship, or any other characteristic protected by law. 

Peter: (m, tenor) The oldest of the Pevensie children, a natural leader and protective older brother. Actor/singer/dancer. 

Susan: (f, mezzo) The second-oldest sibling; practical, nurturing, and patient. Actor/singer/dancer. 

Edmund: (m, tenor) The second-youngest sibling; hotheaded, with a taste for turkish delight and a need to prove himself. Actor/singer/dancer. 

Lucy: (f, soprano) the youngest Pevensie; generous, open, and imaginative. The first to discover 

Narnia. Actor/singer/dancer. 

Man 1: (m, baritone) the Warden, the Professor (owner of the house where the Pevensie children shelter from the London bombings), Mr. Beaver, and the voice and head of Aslan (puppet), protector of Narnia. 

Mrs. Beaver: (f, mezzo) nurturing and welcoming resident of Narnia. Helps the children defeat the White Witch. Actor/singer/dancer. 

Dancer 1: (m) Mr. Tumnus, the Narnian faun who befriends Lucy, as well as an Elf. 

Dancer 2: (m) Maugrim, wolf of the White Witch. 

Dancer 3: (f, soprano) Mother, Mrs. Macready, and the evil White Witch. Strong dancer/actor/singer. 

Dancer 4: (any gender) a servant, tree, ghoul, and other various residents of Narnia. 

Puppeteer 1: (any gender) operates a clock, Aslan, sleds, robin, mice, etc. 

Puppeteer 2: (any gender) operates a knight, Aslan, sleds, robin, mice, etc. 



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Job Posting: Summer Camp Choreographer

Job Posting

Arts & Cultural Heritage Division

Summer Camp Choreographer

June 17 through July 12 9 am to 4:30 pm. (excluding the July 4th holiday.)
July 15 through August 9 9 am to 4:30 pm. 

The Clarice and Bowie State University

The Clarice
Rte 193 and Stadium Drive
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742

Bowie State University
1499 Jericho Park Rd.
FPAC Building, 2nd Floor
Bowie, MD  20715

arts.pgparks.com

Experienced Youth Choreographer to work at Performing Arts Camps located at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland and/or Bowie State University.   Both camp locations are musical theatre intensives for kids ages 8 to 16. The ideal candidate has a desire to work with kids of all experiences, backgrounds, and talents.  Candidates who apply will be considered for both locations based on availability.  
Camp Dates: 
-Bowie State University runs June 17 through July 12 
-Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center runs July 15 through August 9
Both camps operate from 9 am to 4:30 pm. (excluding the July 4th holiday.)  
All directors/instructors must also be available for trainings on evenings TBD the week of June 10, as well as two additional planning dates to be scheduled depending on staff availability. 
Choreographer’s Duties: 
– Plan and teach final choreographer for musical productions at each camp session 
– Develop and execute engaging dance curriculum and lessons throughout the rehearsal process
-Communicate with parents/guardians and M-NCPPC supervisors to ensure a safe, secure and customer friendly environment, promoting cooperation and coordinating with all personnel and participants  
Minimum Qualifications: 
• At least 1 year of previous experience in choreography for musicals or dance education 
• B.A. or B.F.A. in Dance preferred 
• CPR certification is required, and CPR trainings will be provided.  
Salary: $14.50-$26/hour, based on experience  
To Apply:  Send cover letter and resume to Elizabeth Malone, Arts Specialist at elizabeth.malone@pgparks.com

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Job Posting: Harmony Hall Arts Center Summer Camp Dance Instructors Needed

Job Posting

Harmony Hall Arts Center Dance Instructors Needed

June 17 thru July 26, 2019  
Harmony Hall Arts Center
10701 Livingston Road
Fort Washington, MD 20744

Marcus.Seisay@MNCPPC.onmicrosoft.com

Theatre Camp Choreographer/Dance InstructorThe ideal candidate will be serving as the Theatre Camp Choreographer/Dance Instructor for the Theatre Camp working with the Theatre Camp Instructor and Camp Music Instructor to produce a show at the end of each two-week session. There are three 2-week sessions of camp with each camp having a maximum enrollment of 30 campers per session. Currently there are two sessions of ages 8 – 14 and one session of 11- 17. As Camp Choreographer/Instructor, you will be teaching the campers the basics of warm-up and movements of dance. You will also teach a beginning and ending routine for the show. You may also be creating smaller routines to be taught for any music numbers within the show. All this is to be done while keeping the program fun and engaging for the campers. . Field trips are included

Bachelor’s in Dance and or equivalent with experience needed.Must be good with large groups of children ages 7 to 17Rate of Pay – $15.00-$30.00/hr depending on experienceemail your resume to: Marcus.Seisay@MNCPPC.onmicrosoft.comtelephone: 301-203-6070

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Job Posting: Dance Place Operations Manager

Job Posting

Dance Place Operations Manager

Applications accepted until position is filled.

Dance Place
3225 8th St NE, Washington, DC 20017

http://www.danceplace.org/top-news/dance-place-seeks-an-operations-manager/

Dance Place, a nationally recognized cultural arts center in Washington, DC, seeks an Operations Manager. This is a 40 hour per week, salaried, year-round position with benefits. The ideal candidate will have 1 or more years of operations or managerial experience and embrace Dance Place’s mission to build a community of artists, audiences and students through high quality performances, commissions, training and educational programs and our commitment to enriching the field of dance locally, nationally and internationally. Dance Place is an equal opportunity employer.

Title: Operations Manager
Number of hours per week: 40, occasional night and weekend work required
Department: Operations and Finance
Immediate supervisor: Executive Artistic Director and Financial Director

Position Overview
The Operations Manager oversees general office operations and administrative functions on a daily basis including:

• Managing adult classes, studio management staff, teaching faculty, and schedule
• Coordination and scheduling of all studio spaces with in-house productions, in-house youth and adult classes, rehearsals for affiliate artists, and outside rentals
• Managing relationships with facilities vendors
• Assisting the Financial Director in processing and distribution of payments
• Mail distribution
• Ordering of office and facilities supplies
• This position requires occasional availability on nights and weekends to coordinate with renters, comp time off is accrued for these variances to the work week

To apply, send cover letter, resume, and two references to employment@danceplace.org.

Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

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Job Posting: Dance Place Development Manager

Job Posting

Dance Place Development Manager

Applications accepted until position is filled.

Dance Place
3225 8th St NE, Washington, DC 20017

http://www.danceplace.org/news/seeking-new-development-manager/

Dance Place, a nationally recognized cultural arts center in Washington, DC, seeks a Development Manager specializing in grant writing. This is a 40 hour per week, salaried, year-round position with benefits. The ideal candidate will have 2-3 years of non-profit arts grant writing experience and embrace Dance Place’s mission to build a community of artists, audiences and students through high quality performances, commissions, training and educational programs and our commitment to enriching the field of dance locally, nationally and internationally. Dance Place is an equal opportunity employer.

Position Overview

The Development Manager will be responsible for all grant writing and reporting and will work in collaboration with the development team, including the Executive Artistic Director, Individual Giving Associate and interns, in carrying out the organization’s unified development plan. They will collaborate with the development team on special initiatives and working with the Individual Giving Associate on special events and appeals. They will also work closely with the Financial Director and the Executive Artistic Director in grants oversight and Dance Place’s financial health and long-range financial planning. Opportunity for advancement.

To apply, send cover letter, resume, a writing sample, and two references to employment@danceplace.org. Applications will continue to be accepted until the position is filled.

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Job Posting: Maryland Youth Ballet Front Desk Administrator

Job Posting

Maryland Youth Ballet Front Desk Administrator

Position Open: 2/25/2019
Close Date: When position is filled

Maryland Youth Ballet
926 Ellsworth Dr
Silver Spring, MD 20910

http://www.marylandyouthballet.org/

Maryland Youth Ballet is currently interviewing for a flexible hourly position that averages 12-18 hours/week on Thursday evenings, Friday or Monday evenings, and Sunday mornings. Hours may vary based on MYB’s seasonal needs.

Required Skills: Strong verbal, written, and computer skills. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products. Basic knowledge of dance and ballet terminology. 

Preferred Skills: Experience with Mindbody Online and G-Suite products. 

This hourly position includes the benefits of free dance classes and discounted studio rental rates. 

If you are interested in this position, please email a short cover letter and your resume to ksopocidrake@marylandyouthballet. 

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Job Posting: Summer Interns Wanted at Dance Place

Opportunity

Summer Interns Wanted at Dance Place

Applications due March 8th
Internship dates: May 28- August 18

Dance Place
3225 8th St NE Washington, DC 20017

http://www.danceplace.org/get-involved/internships/

Get hands-on experience in Arts Administration through an internship at Dance Place working in technical theater, dance production, arts administration, marketing, fundraising and youth development. Founded in 1980, Dance Place builds a community of artists, audiences and students through high quality performances, commissions, training and educational programs. We are committed to enriching the field of dance locally, nationally and internationally. Our thriving arts campus serves as an anchor in the development of our Brookland / Edgewood neighborhood in Washington, DC. Dance Place is seeking college students and recent graduates interested in learning how a thriving dance center operates from the inside out. The experience will enhance participants’ abilities to shape sustainable, creative careers. Interns are selected for specific departments including: technical theater, production, development, arts administration, marketing and youth development. Internships are available with housing provided, or if you are located in the DC area consider the non-housing option!

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Audition: PrioreDance & haus of bambi – Sad Bois Audition

Audition

PrioreDance & haus of bambi

Sad Bois Audition

Rehearsals March-June
Performance late May or June

Private Audition with information on location after submissions received

R U A SAD BOI?

PrioreDance (@prioredance) and haus of bambi (@hausofbambi) are holding an invitation-only audition in Washington, DC on Sunday March 3rd for queer-identifying professional dancers of all gender expressions for an upcoming (paid) project. For consideration, please send a dance video, two sentences describing when you’ve felt like a sad boi, and your current profile pic to:

prioredance@gmail.com
and
robert@hausofbambi.com

For more information about our work, check out prioredance.com and hausofbambi.com. Highlights from this past year include performances at Jacob’s Pillow and the John F Kennedy Center with Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer.

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Audition: CityDance Summer Intensives in Partnership with Dance Theatre of Harlem and Koresh Dance

Audition

CityDance
Audition for CityDance Summer Intensives in Partnership with Dance Theatre of Harlem and Koresh Dance

Saturday, March 9 
Saturday, May 4

CityDance School & Conservatory at Strathmore
5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, Maryland 20852

https://www.citydance.net/Training-Classes/School-and-Conservatory/Summer

CityDance Summer Intensives provide a challenging exploration of classical and contemporary techniques taught by Dance Theatre of Harlem, Koresh Dance Company and International Artists, as well as CityDance Ballet Master Stanislav Issaev and award-winning contemporary choreographers including CityDance Choreographer-in-Residence Robert J. Priore.
Intensives are ideal for serious dancers, ages 8 to 20, interested in a challenging exploration of classical and contemporary training with daily classes in ballet, pointe, pas de deux, modern, contemporary, jazz and African. Other highlights include master classes with guest artists, choreography workshops and a culminating performance on the final day of each intensive.
Intensive Location: CityDance School & Conservatory at Rockville
Audition Required. 

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Job Posting: Instructors for Making Moves Dance Collectives’ Summer Dance Technique Intensive

Job Posting

Making Moves Dance Collectives’ Summer Dance Technique Intensive

Monday 07/22 – Friday 07/26
7am – 7pm each day

Monday 07/22 (7am – 7pm) 
Tuesday 07/23 (7am – 7pm) 
Wednesday 07/24 (7am – 7pm) 
Thursday 07/25 (7am – 7pm) 
Friday 07/26 (7am – 7pm) 

Making Moves Dance Collective
5640 Sunnyside Avenue
Suite E
Beltsville, MD  20705

 www.makingmovesdc.org

Seeking instructors of all genres to come in and work with students during a one week dance technique intensive. Classes are generally an hour to 2 hours in length depending on the age of the dancers.  We run three separate rooms with the age groups divided (ages 5-8) (ages 9-11) (ages 12 and up).  Instructors may choose to come in one day or multiple days based on availability within our schedule.  

Please send your resume and hourly salary requirement to makingmovesdc@gmail.com.  

In the past, instructors have come in and taught:  Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Lyrical, Modern, Hip Hop, Tumbling, Musical Theater, Creative Movement, Progressions, Turns and Leaps, Stage presence, African, Contemporary, Turns and Leaps, Improv and more!  

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Audition: Sinclair Dance Company Auditions

Audition

Sinclair Dance Company Auditions

Phone and/or Skype Interview/Audition

Audition is done ONLINE
Skype: sinclair.emoghene
Phone No.: (202) 407-0226

www.sinclair.dance

Dancers Call.
With a huge love for experimental dancing, dance and movement creation, and collaboration, I am thrilled to invite all movement artists to audition and partake in my new company.
The process of audition: This is an unconventional process where I am interested in connecting with the artist online before an in-studio creative process audition. 
Please email the following: a short bio that includes your artistic statement and your values, short creative process video, and a valid contact information of skype or zoom, phone number and email address.

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Audition: Kennedy Center Dance Lab – NEW summer program Audition

Audition

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Kennedy Center Dance Lab – NEW summer program Audition

February 18, 2019 4-7 PM

Kennedy Center
2700 F. St.
Washington, DC

http://tkc.co/DanceLab

The NEW Kennedy Center Dance Lab (KCDL), August 4-17, 2019, aims to empower dancers entering grades 9-12 to be impactful change-makers and leaders by providing them with critical career tools, impactful experiences, and high-caliber training to support their growth as the next generation of dance industry professionals. Featuring renowned instructors, injury prevention workshops, choreography labs, discussions about critical issues in dance, individualized feedback, and more, Kennedy Center Dance Lab will strengthen technique, increase versatility, and provide dancers with the resources and networks they need to make informed decisions about future dance careers. Visit tkc.co/DanceLab to learn more and apply!

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Audition: Maryland Youth Ballet Summer Program Audition

Audition
Maryland Youth Ballet Summer Program Audition

February 16
Registration 2:00-2:30pm, Class 2:30-4:00pm

Maryland Youth Ballet926 Ellsworth Dr
Silver Spring, MD 20912

www.marylandyouthballet.org
Group Audition for Maryland Youth Ballet’s Summer Program. For ages 10-20.$30 in-advance; $35 walk-in.Bring headshot.

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Audition: ICONS Choreographic Institute looking for dancers

Audition

ICONS Choreographic Institute DANCE AUDITION

Sunday, February 10, 2019
Registration/Warm-up: 10:00 a.m – 10:30 a.m.
Audition: 10:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Dance Loft on 14
4618 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20011

ICONS Choreographic Institute is looking for dancers to perform new original works set by the Institute’s post-graduate choreographers: Mecca Mayers, Alicia E. Díaz de León, Mariah Lopez, Stacy Palatt, Jessica Hoversen, Paul Lytle, Rachael Appold, and Naomi Lang.

Pre Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSed45YlFf6qwww6Uw3P9CzNaSWFTVujnq8LCdq6s486fodaAg/viewform

Dancers need to have fundamental dance technique and ability to work and explore different movement ideas. A few movement phrases will be taught to examine the ability of the dancers. Following the audition, there will be a conversation about the schedules and availability of the dancers and choreographers.

Rehearsals will be held flexibly on different days and locations as per each project’s demands. Free Dance ICONS workshops and discounted classes at the Dance Loft will be offered to the dancers casted!

The newly choreographed works will premiere
on May 11th and 12th 2019 in the Dance Loft on 14 Theater. For questions, please email Mariah Lopez at mariah@danceicons.org

More information https://www.danceloft14.org/choreographic-institute/

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Job Posting: Company & Touring Manager Chamber Dance Project, dancers and musicians

 Job Posting

Chamber Dance Project, dancers and musicians Company & Touring Manager

Deadline to Apply: February 22, 2019

Chamber Dance Project, dancers and musicians
700 12th St NW Suite 700
Washington, DC 20005

https://www.chamberdance.org/

Company & Touring Manager – Part-Time
Reports to Artistic Director

Company overview: Chamber Dance Project, dancers & musicians is a contemporary ballet repertoire company working entirely with live music (our own string quartet and guest musicians).  CDP was re-established in Washington, DC in 2014.  Founded by award-winning choreographer, Diane Coburn Bruning. Our repertoire comprises over 10 choreographers with commissioned and restaged works by 2-3 choreographers and by Diane each year.  We are positioning the company to begin touring in summer of 2020.

Job Overview The Company and Touring Manager oversees and implements all administrative activities related to dancers, musicians, designers and guest artists and actively cultivates and implements local, regional and national touring and residencies.

Responsibilities include:
• Work 8 hours a week: 6 hours one day a week in office and 2 remote hours/week
• Attend weekly staff meeting and contribute to strategy, marketing and development plans
• Actively cultivate local, regional and national touring and residencies and other opportunities for performances and be liaison to presenters
• Develop materials and website pages with staff to promote residencies and tours
• Organizing all logistics related to residencies and tours 
• Engage with the community and our partner organizations; develop new partnerships
• Organize and plan for and attend the annual January APAP conference in New York
• Serve as liaison between artists and production and administrative staff, Board, and patrons 
• Arrange all travel and housing for artists 
• Draft and execute all contracts for artists working with Artistic Director
• Cultivate interest of outstanding dancers and arrange auditions for preferred ones
•  Secure rehearsal space and contracts
•  Assist Artistic Director, Ballet Master and production staff in related work
•  Create and maintain a video and audio library and access to artists

Qualifications and Qualities:
• College 4-year degree – related major preferred
• 2+ year experience in performing arts, contracts, management and touring
• Excellent organizational and communication skills; ability to work in fast-paced environment

Interested candidates should submit resume and two references to our Administrative Assistant nicole@chamberdance.org

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Performance: NextLook 2019-20 Request for Proposals

NextLOOK 2019-20

A partnership with The Clarice and Joes Movement Emporium

Request for Proposals
Deadline for proposals: Friday, March 1, 2019
All proposals must be submitted online here.

Announcement of NextLOOK 2019-20 artists is anticipated in late April 2019.

For questions about completing your proposal or about the NextLOOK series, please contact Jane Hirshberg at janeh22@umd.edu

The Clarice is the thriving center of performing arts at the University of Maryland, College Park.

Jane Hirshberg, Assistant Director, Campus & Community Engagement
Megan Pagado Wells, Associate Director, Artist Partner Programs

Joe’s Movement Emporium is a cultural arts hub that acts as a catalyst for creativity and economic opportunity for all through programs and productions in education, the performing arts, and work readiness.

Brooke Kidd, Executive Director
Neena Narayanan, Marketing Director

About NextLOOK

Established in 2014 through a partnership between The Clarice and Joe’s Movement Emporium, NextLOOK supports the development of new music, plays, dance, and other experiences by performing artists based in DC, Maryland and Virginia who want to understand how their audience can become a creative partner.

NOTE: The residency and showing is not intended for presenting existing work.

Artists selected to be part of NextLOOK will receive:

  • A stipend based on a weekly fee, ranging between $2500 and $5000, total, depending on the number of artists.
  • Five (5) continuous days (M-F from 10am to 10pm) in the theatre of Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier, MD for project design, rehearsal, audience engagement and performance; NextLOOK artists must present at least one public showing of their work during this week.
  • Support from staff of The Clarice and Joe’s Movement Emporium to construct innovative methods of deepening the audience’s involvement in their creative process.

This year, NextLOOK artists will commit to become part of a Residency Planning Cohort, made up of artists selected to be in the 2019-20 NextLOOK season, along with staff members of Joe’s and The Clarice.  More information about this addition to the NextLOOK program is below.

By removing logistical barriers and providing a sounding board for artists creating new work, NextLOOK invests in the regional DC/MD/VA arts ecology and creates an accessible, exploratory environment that connects intriguing artists with adventurous audiences. All performances are held at Joe’s Movement Emporium and are pay what you wish.

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Audition: Howard University Major Auditions

Audition

Howard University Dance Major Auditions

February 16, 2019 8am
March 23, 2019 8am

Howard University Ira Aldridge Theatre
2445 6th St NW, Washington, DC 20059

 howarduniversitydanceartsprogram.com

Brief Description (200 words or less): Admission into the dance area of concentration is by audition and invitation only (for dance majors and dance minors). Audition classes begin at 9am. Candidates must arrive 30 minutes early. Please bring: headshot, resume, two letters of recommendation, ballet shoes, pointe shoes (if applicable) jazz shoes, a 1 minute solo, a song (if you sing), and the audition documents/forms below. Auditions consists of: Ballet class, Modern class, Jazz or African class, Solos, and Interviews (9am – 2pm)

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Audition: BalletNova Center for Dance Open Male Audition for Spring Show Production

Audition

BalletNova Center for Dance Open Male Audition for Spring Show Production

February 2: 5pm – 6pm

BalletNova Center for Dance
3443 Carlin Springs Road
Falls Church, VA 22041

www.BalletNova.org

BalletNova will be auditioning male dancers ages 17+ for BalletNova’s 2019 spring production of La Fille Mal Gardée. Dancers will audition with choreographer Matthew Powell. This is a paid position. Audition is Saturday, February 2, at 5pm – 6pm.

The audition is open to intermediate/advanced level dancers ages 17+ from the community who meet eligibility requirements. Please email CWalsh@BalletNova.org for registration information and proof of current training (letter from teacher and/or dance resume) – students should be in a full-time training program. 

Audition Information:
Saturday, February 2, 2019, at 5:00pm – 6:00pm
Location: BalletNova Center for Dance

Performance Information:
May 3 – May 5, 2019 (three performances)
Location: Kenmore Middle School, Arlington, VA

Rehearsal Information: 
TBD
Location: BalletNova Center for Dance 

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Job Posting: Jane Franklin Dance Administrative Associate

Job Posting

Jane Franklin Dance Administrative Associate

Position open until filled, immediately accepting application

Jane H Franklin
3700 S FOUR MILE RUN DR
Arlington VA 22206

 https://www.janefranklin.com/contact/get-involved

Jane Franklin Dance is hiring a part-time administrative associate. Maintaining the current marketing and publicity is critical. New methods are sought to reach more people and better serve the community.  This is an independent contract hourly position for a minimum of 12 hours/wk. No benefits, but hours are flexible, majority of hours take place at 3700 S Four Mile Run Drive, Arlington (accessible by bus) during business hours Mondays-Fridays.

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Audition: Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company

Dana Tai Soon Burgess Dance Company (dtsbdc.org) is currently hiring two female dancers for its 2019-2020 season. Applicants must  have a strong background in both ballet and modern dance technique and at least 2 years of professional experience. Height 5’3”-5’5”.  If chosen, applicants will receive a paid contract for the season. Please send inquiry, resume, video sample and dance photos to DTSBDC at dtsbco@gmail.com. Once materials are received, auditions are scheduled to occur via invitations to company class. 

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Audition: CityDance Summer Intensives in Partnership with Dance Theatre of Harlem and Koresh Dance

Audition

Audition for CityDance Summer Intensives in Partnership with Dance Theatre of Harlem and Koresh Dance

Sunday, February 10, 2019

CityDance DREAM Center for Dance
2001 10th Street NW
Washington, DC 20001

https://www.citydance.net/Training-Classes/School-and-Conservatory/Summer

CityDance Summer Intensives provide a challenging exploration of classical and contemporary techniques taught by Dance Theatre of Harlem, Koresh Dance Company and International Artists, as well as CityDance Ballet Master Stanislav Issaev and award-winning contemporary choreographers including CityDance Choreographer-in-Residence Robert J. Priore. Intensives take place in Rockville, MD. Ages 8 and up. 

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Audition: Deep Vision Dance Company Audition Call

Deep Vision Dance Company Audition Call

Nicole A. Martinell, Artistic Director Deep Vision Dance Company

Sunday, February 10th @ 4:00PM

Towson University, Center for the Arts, Rm 1006

Want to be part of the action? Deep Vision Dance Company seeks vibrant, intelligent, versatile dancers with a collaborative spirit for their 2019 and 2020 performance years. Dancers receive rehearsal and performance honorariums. Rehearsals take place on Sundays (4-9pm) and Mondays (6:15-9:30pm).

Audition Details:
-Sunday, February 10th at 4:00pm – audition begins with a company class followed by explorations in improvisation and partnering.
-Monday, March 11th – rehearsals begin at Towson University, Center for the Arts

Driving/Parking:Towson University Center for the Arts is located at the intersection of Cross Campus Drive and Osler Blvd.

Free parking along Cross Campus Drive or in the Union Garage across the street on Sundays.

RSVP:Interested dancers must RSVP and submit a headshot and resume to Artistic Director, Nicole A. Martinell, nicolemartinell@deepvisiondancecompany.org.

Audition offered in collaboration with Towson University Community Dance.

Link to Event on FB: https://www.facebook.com/events/2049555855138514/

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Creative Development: Site Specific Commission Opportunity

The City of Alexandria’s Office of the Arts is seeking two performing artists or artist groups/organizations to develop and perform new work for Waterfront Park. These site specific residencies are opportunities to collaborate with the Office of the Arts on the creation of an original site specific performance in response to the new temporary interactive public artwork Mirror Mirror by SOFTlab installed at Waterfront Park. One opportunity is for dance or movement-based work and the other is for music or sound-based work. 

The selected artists or artist groups/organizations will be commissioned to create a new site-specific work through a residency process, beginning with a period of site research and exploration, followed by proposing a direction for the work, time developing and rehearsing the performance, and a minimum of four scheduled public performances. Mirror Mirror is the first artwork commissioned in the Site/See Exhibition Series, an annual exhibition of temporary public art whose goal is to attract visitors, foster interaction, provide a visual anchor and enrich the experience of Alexandria’s waterfront.

The artist or group/organization selected for each residency will receive an all-inclusive fee of $8000 to develop the original, site-specific work and provide a minimum of four scheduled performances on site at King Street Waterfront Park within the period of June to November 2019.

This opportunity is open to artists in DC, Maryland, and Virginia, so please feel free to share with others, as well.

https://www.alexandriava.gov/uploadedFiles/recreation/arts/PublicArt/201901PublicArtSiteSeePerformingArtsResidencies.pdf

Posted in Creative Development, Funding, Opportunities

JOb Posting: Dance/USA Database Manager

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT
Database Manager (20 – 25 hrs. / Week)
Deadline to apply is Thursday, January 31, 2019

Title: Database Manager
Location: Washington, DC
Reports to: Executive Director of Dance/USA
Status: Part-time

Established in 1982, Dance/USA is the national service organization for professional dance, serving a broad cross-section of the dance field.  Dance/USA is committed to honoring, nurturing and advancing dance through the lens of equity, inclusion, and equal opportunity in all aspects of its programming, services, and organization

Our Mission:  Dance/USA champions an inclusive and equitable dance field by leading, convening, advocating, and supporting individuals and organizations.  Dance/USA’s core programs are focused in the areas of engagement, advocacy, research, and preservation. 

Our Vision:  Propelled by our belief that dance can inspire a more just and humane world, Dance/USA will amplify the power of dance to inform and inspire a nation where creativity and the field thrive.  


Our Values:  Dance/USA’s core values are Connectivity, Creativity, Equity, and IntegrityRead more about our core values here:  https://www.danceusa.org/danceusa-core-values

Summary of Position:

The Database Manager is responsible for monitoring and maintaining Dance/USA’s Salesforce database.  Dance/USA contracts with Fonteva, a premier partner with Salesforce to support member-based associations.  The Database Manager collaborates with each department to assist in improving utilization of the database tool and maximizing staff capacity. The Database Manager will work with each Director to strategize and identify necessary data, frequency, and how processes can become more efficient for each department. After creating and building the process, the Database Manage will be responsible for testing it to ensure compatibility with the Fonteva product and data accuracy and document improvements or changes to existing processes. Data troubleshooting, security, backup, and integrity are critical parts of your job.

Database Manager Job Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Monitors database performance by troubleshooting problems.
  • Enforces database standards, controls, and data entry procedures.
  • Improves the technology by performing platform upgrades and improvements.
  • Enhances the effectiveness of database tools and services.
  • Collaborates with and reports regularly to departments across the organization.
  • Continues professional development by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations.
  • Accomplishes information systems and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Database Manager Qualifications & Skills:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Salesforce Admin experience preferred
  • Project Management experience preferred
  • Proficiency in MS Office Suite
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to troubleshoot software and hardware issues

Salary and Compensation
Salary and benefits are commensurate with experience.

To apply, please email a cover letter, resume, and references by Thursday, January 31, 2019, to:

Casey John McEnelly
Director of Finance and Operations
Dance/USA
cmcenelly@danceusa.org

Posted in Job Postings, Opportunities

Creative Development: “101 of Music Publishing and Licensing” + Music for Dance resource

Are you exhausted by exploring music selections/inspiration for your dance creation and need a one stop resource?

Are  you confused and frustrated by navigating music licensing and copyright for your dance project, film or company?

Matt Trent, former dancer with the Royal Ballet, Australian Ballet and Billy Elliot on Broadway and now Promotion Manager for Dance, G.Schirmer music publisher will be in D.C 15 & 16 January 2019 and is available to meet and assist with your needs. If you are interested in meeting with him and not available on those days a phone meeting can be set up. Email Matt at Matt.Trent@Schirmer.com with your interest

Posted in Creative Development, Opportunities

Job Opening: Philanthropy Intern (Paid)

January 2019 – April 2019, Washington, DC
New internship to assist with administration of new national funding program that provides fellowships to individual dance artists.  The intern will assist with processing applications and screening work samples, and help run and document a national meeting to review fellowship applications. Intern would gain an understanding of trends in the national arts field, arts philanthropy, and fundraising, and learn about dance artists working in social justice.    

Qualifications

·         At least one year of administrative experience (part or full time) in the arts or another field.
·         Strong oral and written communication skills, including basic writing. 
·         Organizational skills and ability to manage time and information.
·         Intermediate MS-Word; touch typing of at least 50 wpm. 
·         Availability 8 hours per week during the daytime, for the dates below, and more hours during several weeks in March.  

Pay:  $2,000 Stipend. 
Dates:  Intern would work about 15 weeks from January  – April 2019.  
Location:  Downtown, near the red, blue/orange, and yellow/green Metro lines.  

To Apply

Send resume, cover letter that addresses the above requirements, two references, and one writing sample (of any length and format, on any subject) to Suzanne Callahan, Founder, at info@ForTheArts.org.  

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Job Opening: Project Assistant

Part time, contact position to support national client base of funders and arts organizations in Washington, DC.

1. National Arts Funding Program
– Assist with new national funding program that provides support to individual artists.
– Communicate with applicants, process applications, database management, run video conferences, meeting logistics.

2. Research and Writing
-Assist with research, meeting documentation, editing, proofreading, presentations, and data entry and analysis for a range of projects for nonprofit organizations and funders.

3.  Office Administration
-Limited duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • At least two years of administrative experience (part or full time) in the arts or another field.  This position requires maturity and professional decorum. 
  • Research skills including Excel. Training in research methods and Microsoft Access a plus.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, including basic writing, grammar, and standard business writing, as displayed in part by writing sample.  
  • Attention to detail in all communication, particularly written documents. 
  • Strong organizational and listening skills and ability to manage time and coordinate tasks.
  • Intermediate MS-Word; touch typing of at least 35 wpm.  
  • Availability 15-20 hours/week during the daytime, until June 2019, and more during busy times.

Candidate would gain understanding of trends in the national arts field, arts philanthropy, fundraising, research, nonprofit management, and small business administration. Flexible hours. 

Pay:  Hourly contract rate, DOE. 
Start Date:  Immediately.   End date: June 2019, with possibility of extension.
Location:  Downtown, near the red, blue/orange, and yellow/green Metro lines.

To Apply
Send resume, cover letter that addresses the above requirements, three references, and one writing sample (of any length and format, on any subject) to Suzanne Callahan, Founder, at info@ForTheArts.org.  

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Creative Development: Art Omi: Dance Summer Residency Application

Opportunity

Art Omi: Dance Summer Residency Application

Residency Dates: July 15 – August 5, 2019 in Ghent, NY
Application Deadline Extended: January 13, 2019 11.59pm EST

Art Omi
1405 Country Route 22 
Ghent, NY 12075 USA

http://www.artomi.org/residencies/dance

Art Omi: Dance is now accepting applications for the 2019 Residency
Residency Dates: July 15 – August 5, 2019 in Ghent, NY
Application Deadline: January 13, 2019
APPLY HERE: https://artomi.submittable.com/submit/128009/art-omi-dance-residency-application-2019

Applicants active as both dancers AND choreographers, who work within any style of dance, are encouraged to apply. A selected group of ten highly accomplished, diverse dance artists will experiment, create, and collaborate in a facilitated, supportive setting. The Residency consists of three weeks of artistic process and sharing, and it includes room and board.

More information, guidelines, and the online application for the 2019 Art Omi: Dance International Dance Collective can be found at: http://artomi.org/residencies/dance. The deadline to submit applications for the Summer 2019 Residency is January 13, 2019 11:59pm EST.  Notification will take place in March 2019.

Art Omi: Dance is committed to supporting an international collective of dancers who wish to share different cultural, ethnic, and artistic backgrounds in an equitable environment.

Posted in Creative Development, Opportunities

Audition: Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive Audition in DC

Audition


Russian American Foundation
Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive Audition in DC

January 20
Ages 9 – 14: 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Ages 15 and older: 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM


WASHINGTON BALLET AT THEARC
1901 Mississippi Avenue SE, Washington, DC

https://www.bolshoiballetacademy.com/auditions


The Bolshoi Ballet Academy Summer Intensive will be holding an audition in DC on January 20th! Register now for an opportunity to study with Master Teachers from Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet Academy. Register online at www.BolshoiBalletAcademy.com.

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Audition: Christopher K. Morgan & Artists Audition Announcement

Audition

Christopher K. Morgan & Artists

2019 CKM&A Audition Announcement

January 12th 3pm-7pm
January 13th 11am-2pm

Studio 1, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland
The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

University of Maryland, College Park
8270 Alumni Dr, College Park, MD 20742

https://www.christopherkmorgan.com/opportunities

CKM&A is seeking dancers for our Spring Performance taking place April 27 & 28 at Dance Place. Seeking experienced dancer/performers over the age of 18 who can learn material quickly and are well versed in modern, contemporary & ballet. Expertise in improvisation, theater and other dance forms are also valuable. All hired dancers will be cast in a new ensemble work being created for this performance. Dancers must be available for rehearsals on Wednesdays (9:30a-2pm) at Dance Place and Saturdays (afternoons, time and location TBA) from January 23 thru Wednesday April 24. Stipend for rehearsals & performances. Hired dancers are welcome to attend company class free of charge through remainder of the season (excluding the Summer Intensive). Interested parties should reserve a spot by emailing headshot and resume to ckma.companymanager@gmail.com

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Opportunity: Costume Designer and Construction for Jane Franklin Dance

Opportunity

Jane Franklin Dance is looking for Costume Designer and Construction.
This is an ongoing opportunity.

Theatre on the Run
3700 S Four Mile Run Dr

https://www.janefranklin.com/about-us

Costume Design and Construction needed for upcoming performances in Jan/Feb at Theatre on the Run in Arlington; which then funnel into a larger project culminating in Apr/May.  There is a budget for materials, design, and construction.  Please contact janefranklindance@gmail.com to find out more.

Posted in Job Postings, Opportunities

Audition: 17th Annual World Dance Showcase Auditions

Calling all World Dance Performers!

17th Annual World Dance Showcase Auditions
Deadline to Apply: January, 11, 2019
Audition Dates: Sunday, January 13, 10 am to 6 pm
Concert Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019, 8 pm

Location:
The Publick Playhouse
5445 Landover Rd,
Cheverly, MD 20784

Performers of traditional, culture-specific dance styles, aged 16 years and older are invited to audition for the 17th Annual World Dance Showcase. Six dance groups or solo artists will be selected to perform in concert. Those selected will receive an honorarium of $600. Performers using live music will receive an additional honorarium.

Auditions are by appointment only. Groups and performers can apply to audition online at: https://www.mncppc.org/FormCenter/Parks-Recreation-Department-5/17th-Annual-World-Dance-Showcase-Auditio-45

For further information contact Christel Stevens, Performing Arts Specialist
christel.stevens@pgparks.com
301-446-3238

Posted in Auditions & Performances, Opportunities

Opportunity: NACHMO DC: Call for Choreographers!

Opportunity

NACHMO DC: Call for Choreographers!

Deadline: January 7, 2019 11:59 PM

 www.gladedance.org/nachmo

Kick of 2019 strong by choreographing a dance in 31 days! Learn more about the benefits of being a NACHMO DC choreographer, or skip straight to the registration form at gladedance.org/nachmo.

Posted in Auditions & Performances, Creative Development, Opportunities

Audition: NACHMO DC Audition for Dancers

Audition

NACHMO DC Audition for Dancers

Monday, December 17, 2018
8:00 PM – 9:30 PM

Joy of Motion Friendship Heights Studio
5207 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20015

http://gladedance.org/calendar/2018/1/6/nachmo-dc-audition-eexrk

Choreographers and dancers are both invited to come and find a match at the NACHMO DC audition. This is a time for choreographers to find dancers they need to fulfill their NACHMO piece’s vision. New this year, there are TWO auditions: 

When: Monday, Dec. 17 @ 8-9:30pm
Where: Joy of Motion | Friendship Heights (5207 Wisconsin Ave NW)

OR

When: Sunday, Jan. 6 4:30 – 6:30
Where: Dance Exchange (7117 Maple Ave, Takoma Park, MD)

Bring with you: A sense of play! Your January & February calendar.

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