Dancin’ Unlimited Goes Broadway and Beyond

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Dancin’ Unlimited

Dancin’ Unlimited will perform “Dancin’ on Broadway and Beyond,” a Broadway showcase tribute, at the Port Tobacco Players playhouse in La Plata, MD.  On April 21st at both 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., audiences will experience the thrill of Broadway smash-hit numbers, with a few concert style jazz dance works mixed in.

Directed by Northern Virginia jazz dance icon Marilyn York, the Dancin’ Unlimited Jazz Dance Company packs the show with signature songs and dance pieces from Chicago, A Chorus Line, Fosse and Pajama Game.

“We will take you on a jazz dance journey through dance styles that made Broadway famous,” says York. Dancin’ Unlimited’s motto is “Jazz Dance with Class.” They hold true to classical technique and clean lines with the exuberance to light up Broadway to boot.

Dancin’ Unlimited’s mission is to promote, produce and perform quality jazz dance, a uniquely American dance art form that has evolved with our history and absorbed our cultures. Founded in 1973, Dancin’ Unlimited is the only professional jazz dance company in Northern Virginia with a focus on both concert and musical theatre jazz dance. Marilyn York, the artistic director, produces new and exciting programs each year with an emphasis on artistic excellence, broad variety and professionalism. The Company repertoire ranges from classical jazz dance to hip-hop, from the Big Band era dance to Broadway. Company dancers are all classically trained in ballet and modern as well as jazz dance. Dancin’ Unlimited is a non-profit 501-(c)3 arts organization, a member of the Arts Council of Fairfax County, and a founding member of the Fairfax County Dance Coalition.

The above information is adapted from a Dancin’ Unlimited press release.

The Deets

  • Dancin’ Unlimited Presents Dancin’ On Broadway and Beyond
  • Port Tobacco Players –  508 Charles Street; La Plata, MD 20646
  • Saturday, April 21st, 3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m.
  • $17 Adults; $14 Students/Seniors/Military
  • Dance students and others are welcome to meet the Director, Marilyn York, and Dancin’ Unlimited dancers after the first show around 5:00 p.m.
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Welcome DC Dance Blogger Lauren Green

As you may have noticed, I haven’t been blogging as often. So you can imagine my excitement when Lauren Green asked to meet with me to talk about contributing to danceDC. It was inspiring to meet a go-getter like Lauren who not only loves dance, but also has an interest in the whole social media thing (you know I love me some Twitter). So please help me in welcoming Lauren by following her @laurlens, e-mailing her leads at legreen123@gmail.com and staying tuned to danceDC for her first blog post (also catch her stories on Pink Line Project).

Meet Lauren Green

Lauren Green is a local DC dance blogger and freelance writer. She has written articles for Dance Studio Life, Dance Teacher and The Buffalo Spree magazines. She has also written dance reviews for the Buffalo News. Now emerging in the blog world, Lauren is developing her following in the DC dance scene. She hopes to spread the word about great local dance events, performances, reviews, and educational opportunities with a clever stroke of the keypad.

Making her way in the world of PR and social media marketing, Lauren is currently an intern with Brotman.Winter.Fried Communications in Northern Virginia, where she is expanding her knowledge of events planning and media relations. Lauren has performed with LehrerDance in Buffalo, Undertoe Dance Project and Jessica Taylor in New York City, and Dancin’ Unlimited in the Washington DC Metro Area. Lauren has her BFA in Dance from the University at Buffalo (UB), where she was a member of the Zodiaque Dance Company. Lauren has performed at the John F. Kennedy Center in Washington DC, under the direction of Debbie Allen. She has also trained intensively from Thodos Dance Chicago, the Broadway Theatre Project (2007), Ballet Academy East (NYC), Steps NYC, and Point Park University.

A Note From Lauren

“A love of writing and social media paved the way for my interest in blogging. I found Cecile without difficulty when researching local dance blog artists and am now excited to be contributing to her well-established resource.  Here’s to dancing ahead!” ~LG

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