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Our newest work about two brave Connecticut women, Prudence Crandall and Sarah Harris, is made possible “with support from the Connecticut Office of the Arts, which also receives funding from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.”

What they are saying about Dimensional Dance:

“Your program was amazing! Our students were amazed and everyone that attended commented that Dimensional Dance was the best program they have ever experienced. I totally agree. The students couldn’t stop talking about the dancers. They enjoyed every dance and learned about new music and dance as well. Everyone could not believe the quality and learning experiences you brought to our school. We feel fortunate to have had you and your dancers. They were simply the best!” A. F. Breakthrough Magnet North, Hartford

“Dimensional Dance’s performance was without doubt one of the best performances we have had. It was professional, educational, fascinating, and entertaining. Every single student of the school completely engaged for the entire performance- no easy task at best!” B.K. Cultural Committee Chair, Noah Wallace Farmington

“It was a pleasure having Dimensional Dance at our school. The program was great and the dancing was beautiful! I received so many compliments about the performance.” Cultural Committee, E. Green School Newington

“What a marvelous performance! We were just amazed. It was a remarkable program and blended a ton of cool facts with such inspiring and moving dance pieces. Your performers were mesmerizing and the women were awed.” C.R. Ethel Walker School

“I want to thank you so much for sending Tiger to us.  He was AMAZING!  He was very kid-friendly….all interactive except when he free-styled, which the audience LOVED.” K.V. Manchester Public Library

Photos: Thomas Giroir Photography.

Video: Captured by Elijah.