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Queer Dance in Progress

Queer Dance In Progress is Dancing Queerly’s new program offering self-identified LBGTQIA+ dance artists a chance to share works-in-progress and support each other with feedback.   Dancing Queerly is all about more opportunities to dance, perform, and share. As working artists, Dancing Queerly co-producers J. Michael Winward and Maggie Cee are excited to create space for practice outside of a formal education setting that’s not tied to a specific performance opportunity. Queer Dance In Progress is a free (donations welcome)  chance for up to 6 artists or groups to share up to 10 minutes of work and receive 10-20 minutes of feedback from peers in a spacious studio/theater environment. Slots are first-come, first served. 

OUR MISSION

Dancing Queerly is an annual festival in Cambridge, MA featuring workshops, mixers, discussions, and performances by and for the LGBTQIA+ community, friends, and allies.  

Dancing Queerly’s mission is to bring LGBTQIA+ folks with varying dance experience together in the joy of dance as audience members and participants.

UPCOMING  SHOWS

Queer Dance in Progress

Queer Dance In Progress is Dancing Queerly’s new program offering self-identified LBGTQIA+ dance artists a chance to share works-in-progress and support each other with feedback.   Dancing Queerly is all about more opportunities to dance, perform, and share. As working artists, Dancing Queerly co-producers J. Michael Winward and Maggie Cee are excited to create space for practice outside of a formal education setting that’s not tied to a specific performance opportunity. Queer Dance In Progress is a free (donations welcome)  chance for up to 6 artists or groups to share up to 10 minutes of work and receive 10-20 minutes of feedback from peers in a spacious studio/theater environment. Slots are first-come, first served. 

02/02/2020

1:00 PM

4:00 PM

ADDRESS

The Dance Complex

536 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139

TYPE

Artist Development

Barre At the Bar

Plie, tendu, degage, Chardonnay...Dancing Queerly producers J. Michael Winward and Maggie Cee with the Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence invite you to join them for a fun, low key ballet barre and cocktail hour raising funds for the Dancing Queerly Festival. 

Feel free to come just to mingle and watch, or participate in our fun, easy, all-levels and abilities ballet class right along the bar at Viale! Barre will start at 3:30 PM.

Cash bar and food available.

05/05/2019

3:00 PM

5:00 PM

ADDRESS

Viale

502 Mass Ave.

Cambridge, MA 02139

TYPE

Fundraiser

Ballet is For Everyone at Fest-of-Us

Ballet is for everyone, regardless of gender, body type, fitness level, or experience. Whether you want to re-live childhood hours spent at the barre or are interested in exploring this dance form for the first time, Maggie Cee invites you to experience ballet in a fun, non-judgmental environment. Despite the strictures that are sometimes drawn around this art form, we can reclaim it and make it our own, discovering the subversive potential of movement. This workshop includes basic ballet terminology, gentle stretches, an introduction to proper alignment, and a fun, simple combination that will have you dancing! Comfortable clothes and socks or bare feet are recommended.

06/22/2019

5:15 PM

6:00 PM

ADDRESS

The Dance Complex

536 Massachusetts Avenue

Cambridge, MA 02139

TYPE

Workshop, Friend of DQ

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Dancing Queerly, 2019 is made possible in part thanks to: fiscal sponsorship of Boston Dance Alliance, grant from Boston Pride Community Fund, fundraising efforts of Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, Community Fund grant from Cambridge Community Foundation, Mass Cultural Council Festival Programs grant, New England States Touring program of the New England Foundation for the Arts, made possible with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts Regional Touring Program and the six New England state arts agencies, and ongoing support from The Dance Complex. 

 
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Dancing Queerly would not be possible without past support from a Live Arts Boston grant from the Boston Foundation, and a Fidelity Charitable Grant from the James K Spriggs Foundation.