Summertime ft UpSpring at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Aug 21, In Person

Summertime featuring UpSpring at Joe’s Movement Emporium, Aug 21, In Person

On Stage at Joe’s presents: Summertime featuring UpSpring

Saturday Aug 21, 2021, at 7 pm

Location: Joe’s Movement Emporium.

Masks are required for this in-person event.

Break out your beach party best and join UpSpring Studio at Joe’s Movement Emporium for Summertime, an outdoor aerial event. This performance features new choreography on trapeze, sling, and more set to favorite summer tunes. August 21st at 7pm. (Rain date August 22nd.)

Feel free to bring your own chair and any snacks you would like. Parking is available up and down the street in front of Joe’s and the residential spaces around the corner.

Tickets $20 General Admission; $10 Seniors, Veterans, Under 16. Click here.

Preview: Far From the Norm at Clarice Smith, Apr 20, Online

Preview: Far From the Norm at Clarice Smith, Apr 20, Online

Artist Talk & 2021-22 Season Preview:
Far From The Norm
Tuesday, April 20, 2021 . 5:30PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online

Award winning choreographer and Far From The Norm artistic director Botis Seva discusses the relevance and importance of his Olivier award-winning production BLKDOG. This hip-hop dance theatre work will be presented at The Clarice in the 2021-22 season and delves into cultural coping mechanisms that marginalized young Black British people adopt when responding to social injustice. Guided with intimate insights from the cast and creative team that nurtured BLKDOG from its inception, this preview will also feature excerpts from the work and from the digital series it inspired–Let Sleeping Dogs Lie.

Tickets: Free; No Tickets Required. Click here.

Black Light Summit at Clarice Smith, Mar 4-6, Online

Black Light Summit at Clarice Smith, Mar 4-6, Online

BlackLight Summit
Thursday, March 4, 2021 – Saturday, March 6, 2021
Thu, Mar 4, 2021 . 08:30AM to 09:00PM
Fri, Mar 5, 2021 . 08:30AM to 09:00PM
Sat, Mar 6, 2021 . 08:30AM to 09:00PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online

A Black, POC and LGBTQ+ celebratory space and an open invitation for participation, learning and conversation with all.

Come as you are. See us as we are. Imagine and act on what can be.

Our inaugural BlackLight Summit is a year-long dance initiative that investigates how time, people, possibility and hope come together to examine legacy, citizenship and scholarship. The summit asks, through the practice of being socially responsible within the arts: How do we create traditions? How do we transform them into enduring legacies?

To interrogate this unique historical moment, the BlackLight Summit seeks to be a spark that ignites daring innovation and reveals the creativity within the dance ecosystem in America. The peak of the BlackLight Summit is a virtual three-day convening that features roundtable conversations, movement labs and artistic presentations from BlackLight featured artists Micaela Taylor, Johnnie Cruise Mercer, Candace Scarborough and Jamal Abrams. Our initiative aims to re-envision how dance can be a conduit to galvanize imagination, resilience and inventiveness.

All events will be able to be experienced virtually and will be free.

For questions or assistance, contact

Tickets: Free; Registration Encouraged. Click here.

Clarice Smith presents Veiled Revue & I AM IN A BASEMENT, Dec 3, Online

Clarice Smith presents Veiled Revue & I AM IN A BASEMENT, Dec 3, Online

“Veiled” and “I AM IN A BASEMENT”

Thursday, December 3, 2020 7:30 pm

By: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online.

Veiled Revue
By Amber Daniels and Becky Hill

Veiled ciphers through historic vaudeville repertoire extracting inspiration to create an abstract dance theater work. In an era of #MeToo, Black Lives Matter, American territory borders, a global pandemic, a monumental presidential election and further investigations of social norms, we are researchers with the knowledge that the present is affected by our past. Using vignettes, audiences will simultaneously experience both the despair that haunted the entertainment industry of the vaudeville era, as well as the joy. We will manipulate how vaudeville was viewed then versus the transformation of what it could be today. The piece will be performed in “armor,” a costume that covers the body entirely to erase gender, sexuality, race and class. It is our hope through this investigation, we will have audiences question, react and be moved to action.

By Tristan Koepke

Reflecting on creative practices on pause, Tristan builds small accumulations that give way to lacy patterns of ritual that unfold and rupture into chaotic, effervescent celebrations of catharsis and release. Sinewy threads of movement repeat and intervene in a contemplation exertion, endurance and destruction.

Free, No tickets Required, Online here.

Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents An American Southwest Carmen at Prince George’s Community College, Nov 7, Online

An American Southwest Carmen performed by the Ballet Theatre of MD

Saturday, November 07, 2020 at 7:00 PM

Location: Prince George’s Community College, Online.

PGCC Center for the Performing Arts, 301 Largo Road, Largo MD 20774

Carmen is a dazzling beauty, whose fiery passion, free spirit and love of life captivates the hearts of nearly everyone she meets, especially the men.

FREE Virtual Event
All times listed in Eastern Standard Time

This is a virtual event. You will be emailed a link to streamed event prior to start time or no later than 2 hours before the scheduled start time. No printed ticket required.

If registration is closed and you would like to attend or you haven’t received the link 30 minutes before showtime, email us at Please also check your spam folder for link.

Free online performance, register here.