Rebollar Dance and ClancyWorks Dance Company

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Friday & Saturday, October 24 & 25 | 8:00 p.m.
Rebollar Dance
ClancyWorks Dance Company
Dance Cube, Performing Arts and Humanities Building

Two renowned regional dance companies, Rebollar Dance and ClancyWorks Dance Company, share a program in the new Dance Cube.

Rebollar Dance, directed by Erica Rebollar, was highlighted as a Season Pick in Washington City Paper’s 2012 Falls Arts Guide and Washington Post’s Editor’s Picks/Going Out Guide, as well as features on WAMU radio, FOX 5, and NBC news shows. Rebollar Dance was featured in the “Arts and Power” issue of DC Magazine/Modern Luxury. The 2013 premiere of Space Junk supported by Cultural DC (in collaboration with City Dance) and Fairfax County Art Council’s Strauss Fellowship, received rave reviews in the Washington Post and MOCCA. The evening length premiere of Cardinal Points at Atlas’ Intersections Festival in March, received another rave review. In 2013, Rebollar Dance received funding from Fairfax County’s Operating Support Grant and Metro Dance DC’s Commissioning Project with fiscal sponsorship by American Dance Institute.

ClancyWorks Dance Company is a collective of performing artists directed by Adrienne Clancy. The members of the company have more than 80 years collectively of dance and choreographic experiences. Together they have held major choreographic, performance, and administrative positions in numerous nationally recognized companies, festivals, and universities. The company produces choreography that is physically demanding, powerful, evocative and ultimately profoundly human. In their dancing, they lift, press, roll, leap, climb, resist, surrender, stack and build, using their bodies to construct poignant images that can shift perceptions of self and society.┬áNow in its tenth season as a Maryland-based dance company, ClancyWorks performs its repertory regionally, nationally and internationally on the touring rosters of Pentacle, Maryland State Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County and Alternate ROOTS. Clancy’s work has been presented in Colombia, England, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

$15 general admission
$10 students and seniors
Tickets are available online at MissionTix.

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