A cornerstone in the creative development of many performers, theater camps face significant challenges from COVID-19 and shelter-in-place orders.
The Dancers’ Fund has played a crucial role in the health of Chicago’s dance community for almost three decades.
Making it work in the midst of a shutdown is no small feat but that’s exactly what Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre has done.
“Now even the idea of intimacy is different. The idea that I’m going to be taking off my clothes in front of people, even six feet apart, seems close.”
The yearlong program is designed to build resiliency against the virus through physical, mental and spiritual health services.
Something for adults, kids and everyone in between this month.
Donald Byrd’s urgent piece deserves a spot on the lists of must-read/must-watch resources about racism, white supremacy and police violence in America.
CDHP has conducted over 130 video interviews and conversations, and currently has over 120 edited clips available on their website.
“I hope to see us take a breath, to rest, to unlearn grind culture, to seek to be with each other in meaningful ways and not self-serving ones.”
A few small, nimble organizations have found creative ways to shift online and hold modified, virtual versions of the live festivals planned for June.