Partner With Urbanity
Urbanity partners with a myriad of organizations to present quality dance experiences on and off the stage. We believe wholeheartedly that a community's relationship with its artists sustains and uplifts both partners. Through interactive performances, residencies, workshops, and tours, Urbanity aims to transform and empower people from all walks of life.
Performances: 30 to 45-minute interactive presentations tailored to the needs of an organization (i.e. museums, universities, hospitals). Our professional dancers and youth company bring you a unique and colorful performance.
Behind-the-scenes Company Tours: your own personal guide to Urbanity Dance, led by one of our staff members. Tour the studio, observe a company rehearsal, participate in a movement workshop, and join the company dancers for a Q&A.
To learn more, contact Artistic Operations Manager, Cayley Christoforou at firstname.lastname@example.org
Residencies: 45 to 60-minute classes that run for multiple weeks tailored to the needs of the participants. Each class is formatted to include a warm-up, across-the-floor sequence, technique work, a choreographed number, and improvisation. Residencies are led by one of Urbanity’s professional teaching artists.
Workshops: 45 to 90-minute class session exploring hip hop, contemporary, and world dance. The class includes a warm-up, across-the-floor sequence, technique work, a choreographed number, and improvisation. Workshops are led by one of Urbanity’s professional teaching artists and tailored to the participants.
To learn more, contact Community Coordinator, Kerline Saint-Fleur at email@example.com
Include, but are not limited to:
Brighton High School, Charlestown High School, Excel High School, Hurley K-8 School, Lee Academy, William McKinley Schools
Boston Children's Museum, Boston Public Library - South End, Ellis Memorial, Groupmuse, Peabody Essex Museum, Peters Park, Titus Sparrow Park, United South End Settlements
Haley House, Pine Street Inn, South End Community Health Center