Dance/USA Announces an Important Update about Dance/USA Connect: DC

April 29, 2022

CONTACT: Johanna Tschebull

Washington, DC – Dance/USA, the national service organization for professional dance, announced today an important update about Dance/USA Connect: DC.

Over the past two+ years, Dance/USA has appreciated our field’s collective nimble agility and creative adaptations in the face of ever-changing circumstances. These qualities are embedded in our organizational values – creatively is how we endeavor to lead and support our member community and the wider dance ecosystem.

Like you, Dance/USA continues to exercise these muscles, and today we are putting what we have learned into action with the announcement that Dance/USA Connect: DC programming will shift to a virtual schedule, making this vital content more accessible to all. The details are still being developed, with more information to come.

Individuals already registered for Dance/USA Connect: DC will be issued a full refund.

The decision to reimagine Dance/USA Connect: DC was not made lightly, as we so deeply desired to convene our field in-person in Washington, DC this spring. Dance/USA is sensitive to pressing issues impacting our colleagues and attendees including the continued impact of COVID on our work and lives. We look forward to convening with you – our friends and colleagues – again soon.

Dance/USA still plans to host Dance/USA Connect: Denver, August 17-19. Learn more here and plan to join us in person!
If you have any questions about Dance/USA programming and events please contact us here.

About Dance/USA
Propelled by our belief that dance can inspire a more just and humane world, Dance/USA will amplify the power of dance to inform and inspire a nation where creativity and the field thrive.

Established in 1982, Dance/USA champions an inclusive and equitable dance field by leading, convening, advocating, and supporting individuals and organizations. Dance/USA’s core programs are focused in the areas of engagement, advocacy, research, and preservation. Learn more about Dance/USA at

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