ReVision dance company
Recently returned from South African tour
Home season at Dance Place – April 1-2, 2017
To book ReVision, call Company Manager Elizabeth Zinni at email@example.com or 202.269.1600
Performances for All Ages: Theaters, Schools & Community Settings
April 1-2, 2017: Dance Place – Washington, DC
About the Company
ReVision is a contemporary modern dance company committed to artistic excellence and community building. Through performances, workshops and teaching residencies, ReVision works with diverse populations of professional dancers and novice movers. A unique aspect of our work is our dedication to engaging people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
ReVision is dedicated to involving everyone in the arts, dance and community. Students are invited to participate in conversation, rhythm and movement exercises and question/answer sessions. Participants are encouraged to explore their own creative ideas, and most importantly to trust their responses. Artistic Director Shannon Quinn has spent her career developing effective ways to introduce students and audiences to Modern dance and its relevance to our everyday lives. ReVision dancers share Shannon’s personal mission of bringing the joy of dance to everyone.
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ReVision is a Resident Company of Dance Place in Washington, DC, teaching and performing both locally throughout the Greater Metropolitan area and internationally. In addition, ReVision is a part of the Washington Performing Arts’ and the Montgomery County Public Schools’ artist rosters.
Here’s what press have to say about ReVision dance company!
“There’s a freedom in the proprioception of the company of dancers, as well as their individual fearlessness and strength of performance quality.” – Rick Westerkamp, DC Metro Theater Arts
“In Propelling Voice, stark and imaginative scenic design by Levine provides a platform for Quinn’s daring and athletic movement. If you are into contemporary dance, make sure not to miss this storytelling fuse of the two worlds expressed through captivating athleticism.” – SA State Theatre, Artslink.co.za
“Just Be was more than a dance performance – it was a testament to how one person’s passion can motivate and inspire others in creative ways to continue to build The Arc’s movement and spread our message.” – Ann Cameron Williams, Empower
At performances students will:
- Meet the dancers
- Learn new gestures and rhythms
- See how dancers prepare and warm up
- Participate in a Q&A with the dancers
Dance professionals lead a series of movement classes that incorporate kinesthetic learning, team building and integrated subject matter. (Appropriate for all skill levels)
WORKSHOPS FOR CLASSROOM TEACHERS
Teachers learn how to integrate movement into the classroom.
Artistic Director Shannon Quinn
Company Manager Elizabeth Zinni
Header photo by Jonathan Hsu Photography and Video.