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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dancers Performing Benchmarks Photo Credit: Natalia Mesa

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ClancyWorks Dance Company partners with the Australian dancers of Zeta Dance Group for a fantastic evening of dance at Green Space Studio, Long Island City, NY!

WHEN: Saturday, April 26, 8:00PM

WHERE: Green Space Studio

37-24 24th St. Suite #301 Long Island City, NY 11101

TICKETS: $15 Book Now

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Pictured: ClancyWorks Dancers Performing Driven

ClancyWorks Dance Company presents three works choreographed by Adrienne Clancy and a guest performance by Sandra Lacy.

Driven [by the female heartbeat], a recent work, which received recognition as a Metro DC Dance award finalist for Outstanding New Work. This piece examines the many roles that women embody as they live in the 21st century.

Benchmarks, an audience favorite that celebrates the value of daily interactions and challenges by bringing the audience on a choreographic journey. Benches are continuously redesigned in different formations to refresh the stage visually and create new landscapes where various dramatic situations can unfold.

Out To Play, a surreal duet created and performed by Adrienne Clancy and Sandra Lacy. This fanciful and fun-loving duet celebrates the ability to play, take risks, and indulge in whimsy.

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Pictured: Zeta Dance Group Dancers

Zeta Dance Group presents a U.S premiere choreographed by Erin Tunbridge.

The Herd, is an intricate and innovative work which explores human tendencies to follow those in power and investigates individuality, curiosity and social trends as it relates to conformity. In a stimulating and thought-provoking display of artistry, this ground-breaking work compels the audience to consider: Why do we follow the trends of others? What happens when there is no trend to follow? What would you begin?

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CW Audition

ClancyWorks is looking for strong and passionate dancers for the upcoming 2014-2015 Performance Season

Auditions to take place in NY, DC, and Miami
DC and Miami audition dates to be announced

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Pictured: ClancyWorks dancers

Dancers should have a strong background in contemporary modern dance with an interest in partnering and exploring ideas analytically as well as physically. It is recommended that you look at our videos in order to get a better sense of our work, click here

WHEN: April 26, 2014 12-2pm

WHERE: Gibney Dance Center Studio 6

890 Broadway, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10003

Please email a resume and headshot to info@clancyworks.org to reserve your space. Provide $15 registration fee cash/credit/check at audition

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Pictured: ClancyWorks dancers

In addition to formal concerts (around 10 each season), ClancyWorks Dance Company conducts a series of Arts in Education Residencies and School Assemblies (around 30 each season) throughout the Greater Washington, DC area. Dancers are paid at a competitive wage for rehearsals and performances, and have the opportunity to earn more funds through teaching in our Arts-In Ed Programs for K-12 students. We also offer professional development and teacher training.

For more information:
(301)-717-9271
info@clancyworks.org
www.clancyworks.org

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ClancyWorks appreciates the recent support to help actualize our programs from:

Alternate ROOTS, the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, Baltimore County Public Schools, Bethesda Web Design, BlackRock Center for the Arts, Boys & Girls Club - Silver Spring Branch, Capezio/Ballet Makers Dance Foundation Inc., Dance Place, Intelliware Systems, Inc., Maryland State Arts Council, MetLife Foundation Creative Aging Program funded by MetLife Foundation and administered by the National Guild for Community Arts Education, Montgomery County Volunteer Center, Montgomery County Collaboration Council for Children, Youth, and Families, Montgomery County Recreation Department, Primary Movers, Professional Closings Network, SB and Company, Target, Trawick Foundation, University of Maryland Baltimore County Department of Dance, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund (bakerartistawards.org), the ClancyWorks Board of Directors, and all individual donors!

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