The CDP Digital Series: Made in Sacramento is available at: www.capitaldanceproject.org/digitalseries. Every Wednesday and Saturday August 26th - September 26, 2020 Special full viewing event October 2nd, 2020 Cost: FREE! More Info: www.capitaldanceproject.org
Listen to the iHeartMedia interview with Alexandra Cunningham and Julia Feldman.
Capital Dance Project (CDP) goes digital! The company announced today that they will present their first ever CDP Digital Series: Made in Sacramento.
Due to COVID-19, CDP postponed their originally planned summer performances of the popular annual program Behind the Barre to August 2021. Until then, they take on the challenge of bringing new works to the community safely with perseverance and creativity. This summer, CDP explores dance, choreography, and the vibrant Sacramento community in new and reimagined ways - on film! CDP Digital Series: Made in Sacramento brings 10 new creations to viewers at home, available online for FREE!
Choreographed and performed by CDP artists, and in collaboration with filmmaker Brandon Manning, the series celebrates the Sacramento community with featured local artists, musicians, and city landmarks. Bi-weekly releases of the short films begin August 26th, followed by a special full viewing event on October 2nd. Follow Capital Dance Project on social media for details and behind the scenes looks at the creative process! How you can help. Please consider making a donation to Capital Dance Project as they seek $15,000 for the Digital Series. Your gift will provide funding towards CDP dancers and local artists, videography and marketing costs, and will allow the company to bring art to the community safely and free of charge.
Visit capitaldanceproject.org/donate to make your gift today. Julia Feldman, a founding member and choreographer for Capital Dance Project says, “At CDP, we are proud to say creativity perseveres. We know that art is essential and must be accessible, now more than ever. We can’t wait to share our Digital Series and celebrate the Sacramento arts scene with the community, and hope that those who are able will consider supporting the project with a donation.”