Hey DC/MD/VA based TCKs!

Posted: 25th June 2010 by admin in Uncategorized

My dance company and I will be traveling to DC this July to perform and teach some dance-based workshops using cross-cultural and TCK references. I hope you can attend! Please let me know when you are coming so I can look for you at the end of the performance and/or greet you at the door of the studio!

July 8-25 – Capital Fringe Festival, Washington D.C.
Thursday July 8 @ 6pm
Saturday July 10 @ 11am
Friday July 23 @ 6pm
Saturday July 24 @ 3:45pm
Sunday July 25 @ 2:15pm
Venue: The Apothecary
Venue Address: 1013 7th Street NW, Washington, DC 20001

are $15 + one time fee for the “Fringe button” – tickets are available online at http://shows.capfringe.org/shows/452-A-H-Dance-Company-Chameleon.html

A little about the project:
combines dance, film, spoken word and visual art to investigate
multi-cultural identity and cross-cultural relationships. Rooted in the
notion of home, this show draws on the insight and experience of Third
Culture Kids: those who have spent a significant period of time in a
culture other than their own, creating a new third culture. Suitable
for all ages and citizens from around the globe.

Here’s some links of reviews so you can find out more about the project:
Media Mind Candy: http://mediamindcandy.blogspot.com/2010/05/review-chameleon-ah-dance-company.html
Infinite Body Blog: http://infinitebody.blogspot.com/2010/05/handa-and-culture-chameleons.html
Ballet-Dance Magazine: http://ballet-dance.com/201002/articles/ahdance_chameleon_20090108_dombroski.html

Dance workshop with A.H. Dance Company offered at Jordin’s Paradise
Studio (across the street from the theater!) on July 23 1-3 pm &
July 24 10-12 am (Tentative date/time) contact us at
ahdancecompany@gmail.com. All levels!
Jordin’s Paradise Dance Studio, 1121 7th street NW, Washington, DC, 20001***

are many Third Culture Kids and globally-minded folks in Washington DC
and we want to reach out to them. The most famous Third Culture Kid
today is President Obama and his cabinet. They grew up global and can
relate to the themes of our performance. We want to reach out to the
community so that we can connect with cross-cultural and multi-cultural

Photography by Di Zhang

This production presented as a part of the 2010 Capital Fringe Festival.