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Want YOUR name splashed all over ECDC's upcoming premiere?

ECDC is looking for sponsors for our upcoming premiere of

"If You Knew You Then"

March 31, April 1, 7, 8

shows at 7pm & 9pm 

Lyric Hall | 827 Whalley Ave 

New Haven

Tickets $25 pre-sale $30 door

More about the work HERE

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WHY SPONSOR OUR PREMIERE? 


1) "If You Knew You Then" is an original ECDC production featuring 6 dancers in new choreography inspired by adolescent themes. The work has a lot of feeling and a lot of action!

2) ECDC’s audience is hip, active, involved, and interconnected.

3) Sponsorship will provide visibility for your organization with ECDC’s audience, supporters and community. 

Click HERE to find out how you can sponsor ECDC!

WHY SPONSOR ECDC? 

ECDC’s Mission: 

Elm City Dance Collective is a New Haven based organization that provides a platform for an experiential and collaborative approach to dance creation, education and performance. 

Who We Are and What We Do: 

ECDC is a 501(c)3 charitable arts organization that contributes to a thriving arts community in New Haven by creating original dance productions, as well as offering dance performance opportunities, classes, and workshops. To learn more about us, please visit www.elmcitydance.org. 

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