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September, 1-29, 2022

!! Wanted: Dancers for Bloodline Dance Theatre 2022 Fall Season !!!

Greetings from Lamont Joseph, Artistic Director of Bloodline Dance Theatre

Hope all is well. Bloodline Dance Theatre is searching for fierce male and female dancers that have experience in West African, Afrobeat, Afro-carribean dance styles as well as strong modern and ballet technique to perform in our upcoming shows for Fall 2022: September, October, November, December. While there will be flexibiltiy, Dancers MUST be able to block out 7PM-9PM on Tuesday and Thursday nights for rehearsals. All performances and rehearsal time will be compensated.

Becoming a part of Bloodline Dance Theatre means joining an energetic environment that cultivates community through the creative process. Bloodline Dancers are tenacious, consistent, and committed to bringing artistic vision to life. They value creating productions that have cultural impact and leave powerful messages with those who come in contact with the work. 

If that sounds like you, come audition to become a member of our troupe! We want you here!  

If interested and for more details, please email your headshot and resume to bloodline.dance.theatre@gmail.com

****mandatory: Dancers must be availalbe for special performances on October 1st and December 1st 

ABOUT BLOODLINE: Formerly known as Fierce Roots, Bloodline Dance Theatre was created by Lamont Joseph as a collective of the arts for emerging choreographers and dancers in Brooklyn. The company is comprised of five choreographers and over 20 dancers ranging from beginner to professional. The company focuses on creating ballets that are reflective of current times as well as historical and religious concepts. To date, the company has performed for several NYC public schools, The West Indian American Carnival Association, The Brooklyn Museum, The African Spirt Awards, St Pauls Baptist Church, and is in Residency at Medgar Evers College City University of New York.

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