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Dancing Beyond 2022!

Purchase your Dancing Beyond 2022 Ticket Today! 

For Dancing Beyond 2022 In-Person Audience Members:

Make sure that you come to the theater with your ID and Vaccination Card.

Tickets will be held at the house front desk and masks must be worn at all times while at Manhattan Movement Arts Center.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping our community safe. 

Dancing Beyond is back using the medium of dance to help affected lives in the most adverse circumstances. Stemming throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, EMDOD has found ways to support one another and the community. EMDOD returns with multiple performances in Dancing Beyond 2022 (with rescheduled dates of February 17th-20th), and we're supporting The American Cancer Society in collaboration with Dance Against Cancer!

Every company, school, and artist involved in these performances donates their time and effort in the fight for a cancer-free world. EMDOD's Dancing Beyond is a fantastic way to share dance, passion, and spirit throughout the holidays while exploring movement with some of New York's finest choreographers! The showcase not only allows dancers to work side-by-side building long-lasting relationships, but it also gives participants a chance to perform the work for a heart-felt cause. In Dancing Beyond's legacy, we've had the honor to donate over $30,000, specifically fundraised for The American Cancer Society, and host schools and companies such as The Limón Dance Company, NYU TISCH, LaGuardia High School, with new creations by Sidra Bell, Clifton Brown, Darrell Grand Moultrie, Fredrick Earl Mosley, and more!  

Through ticket sales and donations, EMDOD's Dancing Beyond fuels a significant contribution to the Dance Against Cancer Fund and The American Cancer Society, joining in our communal step towards a cancer-free world.

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Dancing Beyond's mission is not only to entertain but to use dance to help affect lives in the most adverse circumstances. Mr. Mosley has taken his philosophy and has created a winter intensive called Earl Mosley’s Dancing Beyond; A Benefit for Dance Against Cancer. Every artist involved in this intensive donates their time and effort in the fight for the cause. EMDODs Dancing Beyond is a fantastic way to share dance, passion, and spirit throughout the holidays while exploring movement with some of New York's finest choreographers! The showcase not only allows young dancers to work side-by-side building long-lasting relationships, but it also gives participants a chance to perform the work for a cause. Through ticket sales and donations, Dancing Beyond fuels significant contributions to the Dance Against Cancer Fund. Dancing Beyond is becoming a part of the growing community of artists that are making leaps and bounds in the everyday battle of raising funds to help in the fight against cancer. Dancing Beyond is in its sixth season and it's making a difference with every step towards a cancer-free world. 

Culminating performances were held on January 18th & 19th, 2020 at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center. There was a 3:30pm matinee and 7:00pm evening performance on both days. The program included works and new creations by outstanding choreographers, schools, and companies all in support of Dance Against Cancer. Dancers chose to work with one or two choreographers. Each work was performed twice over the weekend. The participation fee to work with any choreographer was $100. Choreographers included: Shay Bland, Antonio Brown, Anya Clarke, Jesse Obremski, Robert Redick, and others. 

Audiences were thrilled by all four performances with a sold out house. 

We are humbled to collaborate with Dance Against Cancer and Manhattan Movement Arts Center for our Dancing Beyond Performances. 

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"Dancing Beyond has been an incendiary spark plug for Dance Against Cancer's creative collaborations, audience growth, and the work that DAC does to support the American Cancer Society. Earl Mosley and his brilliant team has inspired so many artists from different professional companies and pre-professional schools to donate their time and talent to this cause. He is a constant source of inspiration for both Daniel and myself and we could not be more grateful to be bringing Dancing Beyond back this year [2022]."

- Erin Fogarty, Founder & Producer, Dance Against Cancer