“…watch from home…”
Snowed In: A Winter Dance Program
December 4-6, 28-30
Our holiday season looks and feels a little different this year. Many of our yearly traditions–large holiday parties, school concerts, and family trips to see The Nutcracker–must take a pause or transform until it’s safe to gather once more. In the spirit of this safer-at-home holiday season, Digital Dance Project invites you to join us for Snowed In, a digital media screening.
The screening features festive new works by musicians from across the nation, including a Nutcracker Suite reimagined for jazz music by Brooklyn-based composer Nathan Smith. This production’s seamless blend of fresh contemporary dance and timeless classical movement will delight audience members of all ages.
Reminisce with us about holidays past and present December 4th through 6th, or join us for an encore screening December 28th through 30th to extend this festive season. Journey with us to a land of sweet memories as we set the traditions of tomorrow.
Tickets go on sale November 2nd!
Complimentary Watch Party Access
Not only does one ticket to Snowed In cover the whole family, it also includes complimentary access to a virtual watch party with the creators of the show.
Digital Dance Party
Want more? For only $5, our youngest audience members may tune in to leap and twirl at a Digital Dance Party. This special virtual event will help instill a love of dance and performance through engaging, imaginative movement inspired by the choreography of our show. Dates to be announced soon!
Backstage Access Event
For more seasoned patrons, a Backstage Access event follows the watch parties on December 5th and December 29th at 8:30 pm ET. Guests at the stage door can connect with the choreographers and dancers, ask questions, and raise a glass of eggnog to celebrate the holiday season! This year, get Snowed In with Digital Dance Project.
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.
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.