Call for Choreographic Submissions

Call for Choreographic Submissions – Rhythmically Speaking 2012
August 16 – 18, 2012 at the Southern Theater

Rhythmically Speaking is excited to announce that submissions are open for our 4th annual choreographers showcase. We are proud to support some of the Twin Cities’ best jazz and rhythm-driven dance each year, and look forward to seeing what you have to offer. Emerging and established choreographers alike are encouraged to apply with new or existing work. Not sure what we mean by jazz and rhythm-based dance? You tell us. We are excited to be figuring out what that means to this community, and encourage you to join the conversation by applying.

Important Dates:
– May 20th: Mandatory meeting for selected choreographers (7-9pm)
– July 8: Mandatory progress showing (7-9pm)
– August 13-15: Tech
– August 16-18: Shows

Compensation: At least $500

Details: A video sample is strongly encouraged, but not required. All video submissions must be posted to www.vimeo.com. Video of the work being applied with is strongly encouraged, but if not available, work in a very similar style should be submitted.

Submission form and requirements will be posted here by March 19th. Submissions are due April 15th. Choreographer selection will be posted here by May 1st. We look forward to seeing your work, and thank you for your interest.

Boogie on, rhythm-lovers!

Erinn Liebhard + Heather P. Westerlund
Co-Artistic Directors
Rhythmically Speaking
info@rhythmicallyspeakingdance.org

The mission of Rhythmically Speaking is to revitalize jazz and rhythm-based dance forms in the Twin Cities, supporting its practitioners, educating its audiences, and celebrating its rich history while nurturing innovation through performance.

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