Welcoming our 32nd Season!

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It is with excitement that we welcome the 32nd season of West Chester Dance Works. Three of our four groups are in place and ready launch into the upcoming performances and events. While we sometimes have a slowdown in the summer, this year the Junior Performers (JPs), DM Dance Machine …

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Winter Dance Festival

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DM Dance Machine Dance Team debuted their newest piece “The Truth About Fear” along side of more than 10 area studios/teams and over 125 dancers this past weekend at the West Chester University Alumni Chapter Winter Dance Festival. This professionally run 2-day concert features full stage lighting, production effects, and …

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WCDW Performances

Make plans to be at the 12th annual Spring Luncheon, Concert & Silent Auction BEYOND BOUNDARIES, EXPANDING THE POWER OF DANCE Sunday, April 6, 2014 – 1:30pm • Valley Forge Casino Resort Tickets $50 Adults – $30 Children Special discounted rates for January and February ticket purchase We are excited …

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Annointed Dance and Annointed Too

Annointed Dance and Annointed Too is for dancers and non-dancers alike. Sign up to be a part of this Praise Dance ministry. Classes are ongoing on Saturdays,12:30-1:30pm  You will experience dance class using Christian and Gospel music in praise and learn dance skills and techniques to praise God in excellence. …

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Director’s Note

As we acknowledge West Chester Dance Works’ 31st year of reaching communities through dance, we invite you to be a part of taking dance to a new level. It has been proven that dance builds communities and enhances   the lives of both the dancer and the viewer. But what …

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“RELEVATE YOUTH”

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An invitation to participate in an assembly focusing on body image has opened our eyes to a greater need of our youth. How can communities overcome the obtrusive barriers to healthy and productive lifestyles that are threatening today’s youth? In partnership with local schools and community organizations, WCDW’s “Relevate Youth” project seeks to …

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