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Founded in 2013, Presenting Denver is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Denver, Colorado.  With a mission to support the art of dance through increased public exposure and the appreciation of movement as an innovative art form, Presenting Denver is dedicated to advancing Denver as a hub for innovative dance.  Learn more about us and find ways to get involved.

Presenting Denver News

Ticket Subsidy Program:
While Supplies Last!  For the second year in a row, Presenting Denver is happy to partner with Newman Center Presents to offer a limited quantity of partially subsidized tickets to enjoy dance performances during the 2014-2015 season.  See the full guidelines on how to redeem this offer here.

Presenting Denver Perspectives:
Call for Submissions!  Learn more about how to submit your work to be considered for inclusion in the first edition of Presenting Denver Perspectives.  Full submission guidelines and details can be found here.

Community Calendar:
Get Listed!  Visit the Presenting Denver Dance Community Calendar to add updates about your adult dance classes, performances, auditions, and more!

In The Spotlight:
Call for Nominations!  Do you know someone in the dance community who deserves recognition?  Find out how to nominate someone today for In The Spotlight.
Presenting Denver Blog

The Commentary Corner:
Thunder Rumbles Under Heaven.  A review of Beijing Dance/LDTX performance at Newman Center Presents.  Written by W. Celeste Davis Stragand.


"Ojo: the threshold" – Syzygy Butoh, Ana Baer-Carillo, Kim Olson/Sweet Edge Dance.   A review by Deanne Gertner.

Dracula - frightfully entertaining.  A review by Colorado Ballet's performance of Dracula written by W. Celeste Davis Stragand

"Only thought can resemble. It resembles by being what it sees, hears, or knows; it becomes what the world offers it." - Renee Magritte.  A review of Wonderbound's performance of Enduring Grace written by W. Celeste Davis Stragand.

In The Spotlight:
artivist - a person who changes the world by penetrating the collective consciousness.  Interview with Sarah Leversee of Art as Action.  Written by W. Celeste Davis Stragand.


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