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2019 CALENDAR

AUDITION

Seeking male and female dancers with strong
classical and contemporary ballet technique
for our 2019-20 season.

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january

19jan3:00 pm- 7:00 pmCollage Dance Auditions
22jan - 29jan 229:00 amjan 29International Association of Blacks in Dance (IABD)31st Annual International Conference and Festival

february

1feb7:30 pm- 9:30 pmCollage Dance Collective
9feb2:30 pm- 5:00 pmRISE — DC (Saturday Afternoon)
9feb7:30 pmRISE — DC (Saturday Evening)
22feb7:30 pmRISE — Memphis (Friday)
23feb2:30 pmRISE — Memphis (Saturday)

april

20apr7:00 pmREBIRTH (SAT)
21apr2:30 pmREBIRTH (SUN)
  • "They will see classically-trained dancers with beautiful lines who are lyrical, powerful movers and who are all of color."

    Kevin ThomasArtistic Director, Collage Dance Collective
  • "The definition of happy & proud? The arts humble, challenge & unite us beyond ideology. Support them plz."
    Kirk Whalum
  • “We are trying to change the idea that ballet is only for one socioeconomic class, one gender, and one race. It can be for everyone.”

    Marcellus HarperExecutive Director, Collage Dance Collective
  • “Their most recent show featured works ranging from Sir Frederick Ashton to Kevin Iega Jeff, and the company deftly and convincingly performed each…their audiences are growing ever more attracted to the excellent artistic standards, athleticism and technical prowess of these world-class dancers.”

    Cindi YounkerDirector, Buckman Arts Center
  • “My sister and I saw Collage Dance Collective today at the Temple Theatre. It was incredible. It was exquisite; I'm still feeling the emotions they elicited from their moving performances. I was blown away.”
    Laura W.
  • “Dwight Rhoden’s choreography was flawless as were the performances. These incredibly sculpted and fine-tuned bodies moved with such emotional intensity and clarity that the audience was left speechless.”

    Michelle ParkinsExecutive Director, Tennessee Association of Dance
  • "An amazing performance by Collage dance Collective today...All so wonderfully choreographed and costumed and just wonderful."
    Tammi S.
  • “Our family, including 2- and 4-year-old granddaughters, were riveted by the elegance, superb artistry and powerful message of this performance.”
    Culli D.
  • "Extraordinary compelling performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" that seemed to lift the issues of protecting our youth, and black males particularly, to new heights."
    Susanne J.
  • "Phenomenal!!!! I attended Enchanted 2017. I will never miss another show."

    Constance T.
  • "Extraordinary compelling performance of "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" that seemed to lift the issues of protecting our youth, and black males particularly, to new heights."
    Susanne J.
  • “Remarkable, outstanding in magnitude, worthy of notice, extraordinary and very prominent. The dancers and director were very professional, gracious and a delight to work with.”

    Marilyn CavallariExecutive Director, Ballet Manchester, Southern Vermont Arts Center
  • “We are trying to change the idea that ballet is only for one socioeconomic class, one gender, and one race. It can be for everyone.”

    Marcellus HarperExecutive Director, Collage Dance Collective
  • “My sister and I saw Collage Dance Collective today at the Temple Theatre. It was incredible. It was exquisite; I'm still feeling the emotions they elicited from their moving performances. I was blown away.”
    Laura W.
  • "An amazing performance by Collage dance Collective today...All so wonderfully choreographed and costumed and just wonderful."
    Tammi S.
  • "Absolutely brilliant, Collage dance Collective! You moved my soul to tears today. Thank you for being the amazing asset that you are."
    Dorian S.
  • “Dwight Rhoden’s choreography was flawless as were the performances. These incredibly sculpted and fine-tuned bodies moved with such emotional intensity and clarity that the audience was left speechless.”

    Michelle ParkinsExecutive Director, Tennessee Association of Dance
  • "The definition of happy & proud? The arts humble, challenge & unite us beyond ideology. Support them plz."
    Kirk Whalum
  • “Their most recent show featured works ranging from Sir Frederick Ashton to Kevin Iega Jeff, and the company deftly and convincingly performed each…their audiences are growing ever more attracted to the excellent artistic standards, athleticism and technical prowess of these world-class dancers.”

    Cindi YounkerDirector, Buckman Arts Center
  • “Our family, including 2- and 4-year-old granddaughters, were riveted by the elegance, superb artistry and powerful message of this performance.”
    Culli D.

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