In Dance

RECENT ARTICLES

Afro Urban Society: Uniting the African Diaspora through Dance
The question ‘Where are you from?’ can mean different things depending on where you are in the world. For Nkeiruka Oruche, the Artistic Director and founder of
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SPEAK: Invaluable Lessons
My first week as Artistic Director of
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In Practice: Reconstructing Reconstruction with Chris Evans
What does it mean to grieve in the context of perpetual marginalization and terrorization? What are the contours of grief in the afterlife of ancestral, epigenetic, and intergenerational trauma? And what if what is grieving is the earth itself? What
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The Bay Area’s publication dedicated to dance, In Dance, is known for its engaging interviews with local and visiting artists, articles that explore everything from how to tour your work abroad to activism in art, and an extensive calendar of Bay Area dance events. Become a member of Dancers’ Group and get mailed 10 issues a year of In Dance, as well as access to discounts to performances, classes, and workshops.

Have an idea for a story?

Dancers’ Group welcomes ideas for stories at anytime, be they related to production, community, performance, health, or any other issue that is of interest to the dance community. Proposals are invited both from writers wishing to cover an event or issue and community members who would like to see a particular topic addressed. Please email your one to two paragraph story idea to Wayne Hazzard at wayne@dancersgroup.org. For stories on performances or other timed events, please submit your proposal three (3) months in advance of the event.

Calendar Listings

Submit performance details for the In Dance print calendar.

Upcoming Deadlines

  • September 2019 issue: Thu, Aug 1
  • October 2019 issue: Tue, Sep 3
  • November 2019 issue: Tue, Oct 1
  • December 2019 issue: Fri, Nov 1

RECENT ARTICLES

Afro Urban Society: Uniting the African Diaspora through Dance
The question ‘Where are you from?’ can mean different things depending on where you are in the world. For Nkeiruka Oruche, the Artistic Director and founder of
MORE
SPEAK: Invaluable Lessons
My first week as Artistic Director of
MORE
In Practice: Reconstructing Reconstruction with Chris Evans
What does it mean to grieve in the context of perpetual marginalization and terrorization? What are the contours of grief in the afterlife of ancestral, epigenetic, and intergenerational trauma? And what if what is grieving is the earth itself? What
MORE
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