Across State Lines

Rachel Seeholzer here. With so many regulations, laws, curfews, and restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, it still seems either impossible or too dangerous to step outside one’s own house—much less get on a plane and fly across state lines. For me, there seemed to be no other way to achieve what I wanted at this … Continue reading Across State Lines

Director’s Note: Dreamer

Last weekend, Digital Dance Project held our first screening in partnership with eMotion Arts. Dreamer was a unique, multimedia program designed to promote allyship and amplify artists from the black and brown communities while raising money for anti-racism initiatives. We are thrilled to announce that we were able to raise nearly $500 to benefit Campaign … Continue reading Director’s Note: Dreamer

It’s Time to Stop Offering Dance Online for Free

As we continue reckoning with the impact that COVID-19 will have on dance performance in the coming months, last month’s announcements from Joffrey Ballet and New York City Ballet that they are canceling the rest of their 2020 performances rocked the ballet world. These cancellations include not only their fall seasons, but also the usually-inescapable … Continue reading It’s Time to Stop Offering Dance Online for Free

Director’s Note: Resilience and Evolution in Dance

“Artists are not ok right now.”  “Broadway is closed until 2021.” “Cirque is filing for bankruptcy.”  “Feld laid off 90% of its workforce permanently.”  “Cruise ship performers are out of work.”  “Theme park performers have no idea when they will be recalled….” Above are variations on posts I’ve seen circulating on social media this week. … Continue reading Director’s Note: Resilience and Evolution in Dance

Going Digital: The Next Innovation in Dance

At Digital Dance Project, we believe that innovation is critical to the evolution of Western concert dance. As an art form, concert dance–any dance performed for an audience, including ballet, modern dance, and musical theatre–has always been on the move. Each generation of artists brings their own sensibilities and innovations to their discipline, and our … Continue reading Going Digital: The Next Innovation in Dance

Director’s Note

Hi! Marinna here, and thank you for visiting the Digital Dance Project. Digital Dance Project was created by three dancers who became friends while working together in Virginia in 2016. We have since traveled to different parts of the country to continue our careers, but our love for ballet and making cool stuff spans the … Continue reading Director’s Note

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