Washington D.C: ClancyWorks Dance Company seeks Male Dancers & Male and Female Teaching Artists
ClancyWorks Dance Company
Photo by Erin Tunbridge
ClancyWorks Dance Company is looking for Male Dancers with a strong technical foundation in contemporary and partnering techniques for our 2015-2017 Performance Season. We are also seeking Male & Female Teaching Artists For the 2015-2016 school year. Paid rehearsals, performances, teaching and professional development opportunities.
Auditions currently ongoing in Washington D.C. area
RESERVE a time to audition by emailing info(at)ClancyWorks.org
include a resume, headshot, performance and/or teaching reel
In addition to formal concerts (around 10 each season), ClancyWorks Dance Company conducts a series of Arts in Education Residencies and School Assemblies (around 50 each season) throughout the Greater Washington, D.C. area. Dancers are paid at a competitive wage for rehearsals, performances, and teaching in our Arts-In Ed Programs for K-12 students. Teaching Artists must be able to teach Hip Hop. Professional development and teacher training offered.
Dancers should have a strong background in contemporary modern dance with an interest in partnering and exploring ideas analytically as well as physically. Teaching artists are required to teach hip hop to k-12 students. It is recommended that you look at our videos in order to get a better sense of
It is recommended that you look at our videos in order to get a better sense of our work:
ClancyWorks Dance Company is an ensemble of contemporary dance artists, based in Washington, DC and founded in 2001. We present award winning dance performances and offer high quality arts in education programs. Dr. Adrienne Clancy, Artistic Director/Founder, creates choreography that features dynamic partnering work and reflects her powerful aesthetic and social vision, to form trust within a framework of diversity. The company's outstanding skill lies in its ability to combine physically demanding, powerful movement with the sensitive portrayal of cultural nuances and personal emotions. The Washington Post describes Adrienne Clancy as a “wizard of invention,” and her choreography as “a tour de force of unpredictable partnering.”