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Call for Choreographers

Time: March 31, 2012 all day
Location: ECA/Arts Hall
Street: Audubon St
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.elmcitydance.org
Event Type: performance
Organized By: Elm City Dance Collective
Latest Activity: Jan 3, 2012

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CALL FOR CHOREOGRAPHERS to apply for Elm City Dance Collective's Rebound Dance Festival 2012 
Application deadline: Friday, January 13, 2012
Decisions will be made by January 30, 2012
The Rebound Dance Festival performance will take place on March 31, 2012: Arts Hall (ECA) on Audubon St in New Haven, CT.
All work selected for the festival must be 10 minutes (or less) in length.  Your video sample must reflect the 10 minutes you wish to perform (no edits).  
If selected, you must be available on Friday, March 30 for spacing and lighting and Saturday, March 31, 2012 for the show.
 
Required Application Materials:

1) Name and location of choreographer(s)
2) number of performers
3) technical needs
4) a written proposal/description of work (150 words)
5) 10 minute DVD sample of work (rehearsal footage is accepted)
6) Application fee: $15 (checks made out to Elm City Dance Collective, no cash)  

Please send required materials to:
 Elm City Dance Collective 
c/o Kellie Lynch
360 State St #2312
New Haven, CT 06510

Rebound Dance Festival was created in 2007 by Judie Clark of Clark Dance Theatre (New Haven) and was recently taken over by Elm City Dance Collective.

Elm City Dance Collective is a New Haven based organization that values an experiential and collaborative approach to dance creation, education and performance.  
ECDC works to challenge ideas about movement and reinvent the performance experience

Rebound Dance Festival activities include:
Friday, March 30 - Contact Jam, 8pm
Saturday, March 31 - master classes, 9-1:30
4pm meet and greet
4:30pm Dress rehearsal
7:30pm Performance
*For more information please contact elmcitydance@gmail.com

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Comment by Elm City Dance Collective on January 3, 2012 at 10:42pm

Attention!  Rebound Dance Festival (DATE CHANGE)

Friday, March 23 - Contact Jam, 8pm

Saturday, March 24 - Rebound Dance Festival performance

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