Tomorrow on election day, Stance on Dance challenges you to dance as part of your engagement with the political process. Here’s why.
Deaf Bay Area-based dancer Zahna Simon describes her feeling of “making it” in dance when she found a Deaf dance community.
After recovering from what was likely coronavirus, Washington DC-based sand dancer Donne Lewis describes how her goals of “making it” as a dancer have shifted.
New York City-based dancers Joy Havens and Nehemoyia Young, both members of Gibney’s Moving Toward Justice Cohort, seek to address religious trauma through dance in their project “In Liberated Company.”
“In a culture that is so terrified of the awkward, the messy, emotional honesty, sickness and ultimately death, how can we honestly measure success?” asks Austin-based performance artist Lauren Tietz.