Barnstorm Dance Fest

Barnstorm Dance Fest

The 5th annual Barnstorm Dance Fest, presented by Dance Source Houston, will take place June 19-23, 2019 at MATCH – Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston. Barnstorm highlights the breadth and diversity of dance in Houston through 3 unique programs by local, regional and national dancemakers.

Look below for the 20 companies and choreographers selected to participate in the 2019 Barnstorm Dance Fest!

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Program A (June 19 and 22)

Ayan C. Felix

Full Circle Dance

Group Acorde

Jaime Frugé-Walne

Joel Aguilera

Open Dance Project

Renzo Jimenez

Photo By: Yanker Gonzalez

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Program B (June 20 and 22)

Anjali Center for the Performing Arts

Adam Castaneda

Jennifer Mabus

Kalpana Subbarao

Luke Smith

Shaun Keylock

Photo By: Lynn Lane

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Program C (June 21 and 23)

Derek Nicholson

iMEE

MotionVivid by Dat Nguyen

Rasika Borse and Soul Feet Dance 

Tejas Dance

Teresa Chapman

Uwazi Zamani

Photo By: Alonzo Riley

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Barnstorm Master Classes
Local and national festival dancemakers will provide dancers an opportunity learn their style of movement, choreography and process.

Dat Ngyugen (June 21 | 9:30-11am)
Group Acorde (June 22 | 10-11:30am)
Teresa Chapman (June 22 | 12-1:30pm)

Dancers must be 18 and older. Sign up to reserve your spot! Click here to register for classes. Payment will be taken at the door. Cash and cards are accepted.

Volunteer @ Barnstorm Dance Fest!
Volunteers are an integral part of Barnstorm Dance Fest. Sign up to volunteer during a show and see the performance for free! Volunteers must arrive an hour before curtain to assist with handing out programs, selling t-shirts and collecting surveys from audience members, as well as returning to the lobby to help during intermission and the first 15 minutes following the end of the performance. Sign up for your shift here!

By |2019-06-11T18:03:13+00:00August 5th, 2014|Barnstorm Dance Fest, Dance Source Programs|4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. […] artist grant application assistance. The residency culminates in performances at the inaugural Barnstorm Dance Festival in […]

  2. […] What strikes me (as someone who is not participating as an artist in this festival) is the importance for dancers and choreographers to convene.   It has been special to watch pieces from veteran and emerging choreographers on the same show.  This is very valuable for the health of dance in our city.  The shows have been running flawlessly, and lit beautifully.  I imagine you’ll have your favorites, some that don’t touch you as poignantly, and others that will push you a little as a viewer.  That’s the beauty of the festival format– you get to see so much.  I walk away from the first two programs proud of our city and all of the dance in it!  Thank you, Dance Source Houston, for bringing these artists together and producing such an extensive festival, and thank you to the artists for making dance.  You have two more chances to see it this weekend and a full weekend for Program 3.  Tickets and info here. […]

  3. […] the next two weeks, Dance Source Houston’s third annual Barnstorm Dance Fest will present three separate programs featuring works by 23 artists and companies, five of whom are […]

  4. […] event my roommate invited me to at LIC, the Queensboro Dance Festival. It had vibes of my beloved Barnstorm Dance Fest. Community was radiating that Thursday night. Queens–a new community that I’m going to […]

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