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Chop Shop: Bodies of Work - A Call to Artists
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Author:  TouchStone [ Tue Jun 21, 2011 5:06 pm ]
Post subject:  Chop Shop: Bodies of Work - A Call to Artists

StoneDance Productions Announces:


For Participation In


A Contemporary Dance Festival

to be presented

February 11 & 12, 2012 at Meydenbauer Theatre, Bellevue, WA

Announcing a call for choreographers/dance companies with contemporary work to be presented at Chop Shop: Bodies of Work, an annual dance festival highlighting the BEST of the greater Pacific Northwest contemporary dance scene.

Chop Shop is committed to presenting work that is accessible to a wide range of audiences on the Eastside. In unison with the Experience Dance Project outreach program, this Festival promotes the art of contemporary dance through experience, dialogue and education.

Chosen work will perform in both performances (Saturday evening and Sunday matinee.) Artists will also have an opportunity to offer Master Classes on stage during the daytime hours of the festival.

Now in its fifth year, this highly anticipated Eastside event continues with sold out performances and outstanding critical acclaim on both a local and national level. This is a great way to build your visibility and exposure to growing and enthusiastic Eastside audiences. Past participants have included Spectrum Dance Theater, Whim W'Him, Catherine Cabeen and Mark Haim, to name only a few.

For a video promo of the Festival, please visit


Requirements: Applications accepted online or by hard copy.
Format: DVD or Online Work Sample
A letter of introduction/explanation.

Send to:

StoneDance Productions
c/o Eva Stone
6816 157th Pl SW
Edmonds, WA 98026


(Please include SASE if you would like your materials returned.)

Work presented will not exceed 12 minutes in length. 'Works in progress' samples permitted but should show at least 75% of the completed piece. Works still in conceptual form will not be considered.

Please send any inquires to

"...already one of Seattleā€™s most talked about and important outlets for dance." - Dean Speer, Critical Dance

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