“…watch from home…”
Film brings an immediacy to dance like no other format. Camera work and editing draw us into the screen, creating movement so clear that we want to reach out and trace the patterns it leaves in the air.
In Tangible Motion, Digital Dance Project explores this kinesthetic quality through the eyes of our choreographers.
Get up close and personal with us, March 19-21.
Complimentary Watch Party Access
Not only does one ticket to Tangible Motion cover your entire household, it also includes complimentary access to a virtual watch party with the creators of the show.
Backstage Access Event – March 20th only!
One thing we miss most about live performance is the opportunity to meet our favorite dancers at the stage door after the show. In this virtual event hosted on Crowdcast, patrons of the show connect with the choreographers and dancers, ask questions about the performance they just watched, and raise a glass with the company to celebrate the screening weekend.
Screening Only Options
For those who would like to access the screening, but would prefer to no join us live for the watch parties, we have a discounted “Screening Only” option.
Give back with Digital Dance Project
And do you want something you can feel good about? $1 out of every ticket sold will go to support a charitable, humanitarian organization. As for the rest of your ticket, you can feel good about that, too: at Digital Dance Project, we pay our dancers first. By buying a ticket for your household, you are directly supporting artists.
Watch party tickets: $22.50 ($20 + processing fee)
Backstage Access tickets: $5.65 ($5 + processing fee)
Screening Only Option Tickets: $17.55 ($15 + processing fee)
Friday, March 19, 2021 7:00 pm ET
Saturday, March 20, 2021 7:00 pm ET
Backstage Access Saturday, March 20, 2021 8:30 pm ET
Sunday, March 21, 2021 5:00 pm ET
Viewing Only Option (Tickets available March 19-March 26)
Reminisce over holidays past and get Snowed In. This virtual performance features festive new works by musicians from across the nation, including a Nutcracker Suite reimagined for jazz music by Brooklyn-based composer Nathan Smith.
In an interconnected digital society, where does one community end and the next begin? What threads connect us, person to person?
Dreamer was a unique benefit program designed to promote allyship and amplify artists from the black and brown communities. All funds for this screening were donated to Campaign Zero.