Word Dance Theater photo by Gail Bingham
June. 13 & 14:
Glade dances with Word Dance Theater. Glade is honored to perform as part of Word Dance Theater's performance at Dance Place, with both contemporary choreography and Isadora Duncan's legacy of work. Buy tickets online now.
You won't want to miss Body|Soul, about the many faces of love. Glade will be featured in "Dance of the Furies," a mythological rooting of love, originally created by Isadora Duncan more than 100 years ago.
Glade performs excerpts of The Wall at the debut of the Nakba Museum Project of Memory and Hope.
Led by Betsy Loikow, The Wall explores the effect of enforced policies of separation on people's lives, focusing on the experience of those living with the separation wall in the West Bank. When a wall goes up, who is walled in, and who is walled out?
The Nakba Museum Project is a nonpolitical and nonpartisan invitation to Palestinians to finally tell their stories by providing them with a safe environment in which they can freely share their experiences of loss, devastation and hope. Read more about their U.S. debut this June.
Mine/Field is part of the Fringe Preview show! Learn more about other Fringe shows in this exciting speed-dating version of Fringe shows, where each introduction is less than five minutes. Plus, the Fringe Bar will be right outside.
Glade continues its outreach efforts by performing at Sitar Arts Center, for the Washington Performing Arts summer camp for kids there. Glade last performed at Sitar a few years ago, and Sylvana Christopher is a long-time teacher there, and we're excited to return to engage with fantastic young artists!
Mine/Field photo by Rob Cannon
July 15 - 26:
Glade is in the Capital Fringe Festival with our new collectively choreographed piece, Mine/Field, a modern dance about data privacy, security, and vulnerability.
Tickets go on sale Monday, June 22, through Capital Fringe Festival. Individual tickets are $17, but stay tuned for special ticket deals for bringing a group of friends or seeing multiple dance shows at Fringe.
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