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INSIDE GLASS HOUSE DANCE

29 Mar 2022

Glass House Dance are holding an open workshop for dancers to find out more about the company and how they work. They would also like to take this opportunity to meet new dancers, with potential for cover opportunities for our outdoor performances in the future.

You will experience company class and a skills based workshop rooted in our working methods of performing outdoors and audience interaction.

On this occasion, Glass House Dance are inviting dancers with performance experience, who have experience of, or are interested in performing outdoors and interactively with audiences.

To address an imbalance with the people the company engages with, They particularly welcome applicants who are:

  • Female
  • Non-binary or identify as gender-fluid, trans, or other gender-nonconforming
  • Black, Asian, or multiple ethnic groups
  • LGBTQIA+
  • Neuro-divergent
  • Gypsy or Irish Traveller
  • Living in the East of England
  • Disabled

Depending on the number of people interested, they may have to undertake a selection process.

To apply, please email your cv and answer:

  • Why you would like to take part and what you hope to get from the experience (up to 200 words)
  • Please also highlight any relevant experience and information about yourself that you would like us to know.
  • Use the subject heading: Inside Glass House Dance application

To glasshousedance@outlook.com

By 9am on April 20th

Glass House Dance will let applicants know the outcome by April 22nd.

ABOUT GLASS HOUSE DANCE:

Glass House Dance was set up by Sarah Lewis and Laura McGill to take contemporary dance into the heart of the community. They have made their mark on the outdoor arts scene, touring nationally for 8 years. Their reputation is built on creating uplifting participatory and interactive performances and events for people of all ages including You, Me & Everybody Else, Us, Time Machine Disco, A Little bit of Light, The Quiet and the dance-alongs.

Laura and Sarah are recognised for working collaboratively with both professional and recreational dancers by hosting a positive, playful space for people to express their unique creativity to make essentially human, touching dance experiences with wide appeal. For more information, please visit www.glasshousedance.co.uk

LET'S BECOME FRIENDS

Why did you start dancing?

I started dancing at the age of 15. At secondary school, I was lucky enough to have an active dance department and we regularly had guest choreographers teaching, such as Tony Adigun from Avant Garde Dance. This inspired me to enter the annual school talent shows and from here, I presented small works through a variety of community dance platforms.

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