Dance Project, North Carolina Dance Festival: Daytime Performance for School Groups

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( Fri., Oct. 27, 2023 )

Van Dyke Performance Space, 200 N. Davie St., Greensboro, NC 27401


4 professional NC-based choreographers present new or recent dance works during a daytime performance at the Van Dyke Performance Space in Greensboro, designed specifically for local school groups.

Renay Aumiller’s (Hillsborough) Holding Space explores how two dancers can uniquely connect even when physical distancing keeps us from coming together.  

Gerri Houlihan (Durham) shares Mozart for Martha, a piece for 10 dancers between the ages of 35-71 that is based on the three lush and exuberant movements of Mozart’s quartet.

Mandi Moore’s (Charlotte) Moving Thru Plasticity draws inspiration from the hierarchical organization of the human brain and showcases how memories or past events are processed through our mind-bodies.

Seema Kudur Viswanath (Morrisville) presents DVIMUKHI - 2 faces, a unique dance piece that reflects Viswanath’s knowledge of Bharatanatyam & Kathak dance forms and their ongoing conversation and competition between each other.


The NC Dance Festival is an annual touring showcase of modern and contemporary choreography by NC artists, coordinated by Dance Project. The Festival establishes a network of venues for professional regional choreography and performance, expanding accessibility of dance throughout the state while raising the profile of North Carolina’s own artists. The North Carolina Dance Festival has been supported by state and local arts councils as well as local and national foundations and individual donations.


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336-370-6776 200 N. Davie St., Suite 321, Greensboro, NC 27401


  • Friday, October 27, 2023