With multiple years of programming and development, Earl Mosley's Diversity of Dance (EMDOD) continues expanding with a new partnership with Dance Against Cancer (DAC) and The American Cancer Society (ACS). In _____ (2013), these three partners founded Dancing Beyond, formerly known as Winter Repertory Concert, which allowed an intergenerational groups to take part in raising funds towards a cure against cancer.
The first performances were held at the Manhattan Movement Arts Center with _________.
In 2019, continuing with the greater expansion of EMDOD, Dancing Beyond enlarged it's program to 4 performances during throughout the weekend, with EMDOD curated and commissioned artists, 25+ various schools in the tri-state area, project based and international touring companies, independent artists, and more all taking part in Dancing Beyond.
Since it's inception, through Dancing Beyond and DAC, $______ has been donated towards the ACS and the search for a cure against cancer.
"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 ."
— Erin Fogarty and Daniel Ulbricht
Co-Founder and Producers of Dance Against Cancer
— Dudley Williams (1938-2015)
Martha Graham Dance Company & Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater