Posts Tagged ‘CityDance’

The Company Man: Paul Emerson’s Company E Makes Its Debut

Photo Slideshow: Dance Rehearsal, Company E

The last time Paul Gordon Emerson ran a professional dance company in D.C., it was supposed to be too savvy to fail.
CityDance Ensemble frequently earned high marks from local critics, but what really set the eight-person contemporary dance company apart was its connections: a partnership with North Bethesda’s Strathmore arts center [...]

CityDance Finds Its Way Back Onstage

Reveal, this weekend’s show at CityDance, marks two big steps for the dance organization.
First, it’s the grand opening of the group’s new black box theater, an easy-to-operate space where outside artists and budding divas—aka the school’s dance students—can perform. Simultaneously, it’s the inaugural performance of a new company, Christopher K. Morgan & Artists, that’s headed [...]

DCCAH Announces Grantees for 2011

Last night the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities announced its 2011 grant recipients. It's a huge list–well over 100 individuals and organizations received grants across 16 different categories. The categories include: