GREENSBORO, N.C. — In years past The North Carolina Dance Festival had one directive. To make NC a place where dancers want to live and work, where they are able to stay and do what they love. And to provide opportunities for artists to present their work in a professional setting. This year is no different but they are doing everything virtually, including the performances.
"This year there will be a live video premiere that will screen on our website and our YouTube channel. The video will feature 20 micro dances by 20 different NC choreographers, each responding to a selection of photos from the festival’s past as a way of celebrating our 30th Anniversary," said DanceProject.org's Kayla Stuhr, "Audiences can also participate in a Live Q&A after the premiere. The screening is free to watch, but if people would like to make a donation in lieu of a ticket purchase we are suggesting a $20 donation."
The NCDF began back in 1991 and has grown incredibly over the years. For more information go to DanceProject.org.