Perfectly Imperfect Dance Company is holding an open call for choreographers of all ages and styles for the company’s showcase on January 19 and 20 at the Tempe Center for the Arts.
Perfectly Imperfect Dance Company will perform an entire collection of choreography mixed with spoken word as a part of Latefia Bradley’s debut show.
“One half of the show will be dedicated to choreographers and companies around Phoenix,” Bradley said. “While the other half will showcase only the Perfectly Imperfect company dancers.”
Choreographers across the state, and nation, are asked to submit their works through a video audition. The video auditions will then be viewed and chosen for the show by artistic director Bradley. All styles of choreography are encouraged to audition.
“Opening it up to local dancers allows for a more diverse show and will also garner much more audience attention,” Bradley said.
“Choreographers are always looking for an outlet to expose their work to the world, and I think this is the perfect opportunity,” said ASU dancer Steven Redondo. “As part of the Free The Dance performance committee, I am excited to enter our work.”
Audition submissions must be submitted by December 2 and must be no longer than 8 minutes in length.
For questions or inquiries contact Perfectly Imperfect Dance Company at firstname.lastname@example.org
Best of luck to all participating!