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7:30 PM - 8:30 PM
One year later, RESILIENCE Dance Company presents our highly anticipated evening-length performance, Making Room. Featuring the full company, this new work explores making room for ourselves and each other through acts of caretaking. Tangibly human and deeply vulnerable, the dance will move through several unique vignettes to reflect different perspectives on care. With our process split in two - half pre-pandemic and half one year later - Making Room necessarily evolved to reflect the changing relationships between ourselves, each other, and the world around us. Now more than ever, this work aims to invite in tenderness, gratitude, and humanity. We are furthermore thrilled to share that this performance will be opened with a new work, "Soft Fire", by Boston-based choreographer Victoria Lynn Awkward. Check out her work at VLA Dance for more info. This performance will be offered both in-person and virtually. Please visit our event website for tickets and more information on our COVID-19 policies, which follow CDC recommendations including masks, temperature checks, and limited indoor capacity. Please also note that all performers will be wearing masks and fully vaccinated at the time of the performance. ABOUT RESILIENCE DANCE COMPANY RESILIENCE Dance Company (RDC) is a contemporary dance company committed to putting artists first. We create collaborative, insightful dance works while investing in local artists and establishing sustainable dance-making practices. We actively challenge traditional dance company models by putting our artists first, paying them first, and leaning into mutable production parameters to create innovative art. Whatever the conditions, there will be dance. RDC asserts that creating high-quality art and building healthy dance communities are necessarily intertwined. We honor the resilience of artists’ minds, bodies, and spirits in how they pursue their passion, aiming to empower those let down by the systems of the larger dance world.
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