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American Dance Guild Festival 2009 (Sept 10-13) CALL FOR CHOREOGRAPHERS (deadline April 20, 2009)

by Sarah Hart
April 20, 2009
Applications due:
American Dance Guild Festival 2009
September 10-13, 2009

Call for Choreographers - DEADLINE: APRIL 20. 2009
Application: www.americandanceguild.org

After great enthusiasm, rave reviews and sold out performances at our Festival in 2008, the American Dance Guild (ADG) continues its mission of serving artists and audiences. For our 2009 Performance Festival, we invite applications from contemporary dance artists of diverse backgrounds, ages and aesthetics throughout the United States and internationally.

We are very excited to be holding our festival at the beautiful new Manhattan Movement Arts Theater located at 248 West 60th Street in New York City. This is a terrific space — 32' x32' performance area, high ceilings, and an audience capacity of 170. Five different programs will be presented during the festival on September 10-13, 2009.

ADG is dedicated to presenting the range and diversity of expression in current dance art practice and how it interfaces with our historical modern dance roots. This year we will be featuring work by Donald McKayle and Erick Hawkins (celebrating Erick's 100th birthday.) Donald McKayle will attend opening night.

If you applied in the past and were not accepted, please apply again!

Feel free to circulate this form.

For questions, contact Tina Croll at tina@horsesmouth.org
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