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Vashon Residency Canceled

Faced with prolonged social gathering restrictions, SDC has been forced to abandon plans for the company's much-anticipated second season of performances on Vashon Island this summer, as well as accompanying Dance Immersion Workshops, Tutu School classes, and all other supporting events. This carries deep disappointment for our artists, partners and friends, and we want to extend our gratitude to Vashon Center for the Arts and all who have been working so hard to prepare for this summer's program.  We look forward to returning to the stage as soon as possible, and sharing our work with a live audience once again

Ticket holders will be contacted directly by the box office staff at Vashon Center for the Arts (206-259-3007), and may choose to donate their purchase or request a refund.  The majority of the tax-deductible donation will directly support SDC, while 15% will be retained by VCA to cover administrative costs.

Creativity Perseveres

How do dancers produce new work in the socially-distanced era? Determined to continue realizing SDC's vision to generate artistic collaboration and engage audiences, Artistic Directors Noelani Pantastico and James Yoichi Moore are adapting to the new landscape by finding unconventional ways to foster creativity for both choreographers and dancers, while providing the community with much-needed artistic inspiration in these difficult times.  An innovative project is now underway, designed to produce new works of dance for virtual presentation, while documenting the unfamiliar and challenging process along the way. Full details will be announced in the coming weeks. If you want to receive updates directly, sign up for our E-News by clicking here.

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