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ClancyWorks Dance Company on tour

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Photo: Jim Dusen

Two evenings of dynamic choreography featuring performances by

Bill Evans Dance

ClancyWorks Dance Company

with Guest Artists

Sandra Lacy & Students of Dean College Palladino School of Dance

Art of Letting Go Fly Nat colored in

Photo: Erin Tunbridge

Friday, April 17th @ 8pm
Saturday, April 18th @ 8pm

The Dance Complex
536 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139

Tickets: $20-$25
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Champagne Toast to celebrate the legendary William (Bill) Evans' 75th birthday!

Viewpoints is funded in part by:

Bill Evans Dance, ClancyWorks Dance Company, Maryland State Arts Council, Arts & Humanities Council of Montgomery County


Workshop Audition @ Dance Complex

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Photo: Erin Tunbridge

Saturday, April 18th

The Dance Complex
536 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139

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With Clancy's acute awareness of anatomy and kinesiology, the workshop focuses on building a strong and sound physical body while stretching and strengthening performance aspects of focus, clarity and efficiency. Her high energy class uses athletic movement and dynamic floorwork to push each dancer to travel through the space. Artists interested in working with ClancyWorks are invited to use the workshop as an audition. The company looks for strong dancers with a background in contemporary/modern dance, an interest in partnering, and a curiosity in exploring ideas analytically as well as physically. Pre registration for workshop and audition required.

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Green Space Blooms Festival


Sunday, April 19th @ 8pm

Green Space
37-24 24th St
Long Island City, NY 11101

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Green Space Blooms is a curated four night dance festival produced by Green Space in Long Island City, New York. Each evening features a different line-up of seven choreographers representing a diverse genre of work. The evening concludes with a reception featuring live musical guests honoring the many ethnic communities of Queens. In addition to ClancyWorks the April 19th performance includes work by Nola Smith, mishiDance, Cecilia Seaward, Chelsea Blakeburn, N Squared Dance and Valerie Green/Dance Entropy.


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, Sharing Montgomery Fund, Target, Trawick Foundation, University of Maryland Baltimore County Department of Dance, The William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund (, the ClancyWorks Board of Directors, and all our individual donors.

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