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Dubbed “the best dance party in town”, DaNCEBUMS straddle the arty and the party as they knowingly move between precise technique and casual pop sensibility.

In a search for radical joy, they embrace the awkward, conjure nostalgia, and contemplate bright futures. Their crowd-pleasing performance is imbued with humor, groove, exertion, and extreme bliss.

 
 

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“To describe DaNCEBUMS’ style, you might say it’s the way you imagine yourself dancing when you’re out with your squad, feeling your look and turnt to just the right level.” -Jay Gabler


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"The infinite complexities of physical expression belong not just to the specially trained and professionally experienced" – Justin Jones

One-Move-Dance
November 28, 2015 at the Walker Art Center

Performed by Gabriel Anderson, Emma Barber, Julia Bither, Will Courtney, Katelyn Farstad, Margaret Johnson, Eben Kowler, Kristin Kowler, Tom Lloyd, Tara Loeper, Angelo Loria, Adam Luesse, Karen McMenamy, Mara Motta, Genevieve Muench, Lin Nelson-Mayson, Noah Ophoven-Baldwin, Jennifer Pray, Sarah Rusch, Ana Shinar, Miriana Shinar-Baker, Jeff Shockley, Patricia Silva Mitchell, Paul Stucker, Megan Thimmesch, Mike Thimmesch, Craig VanTrees, Syniva Whitney, Maggie Zepp

Sound – "Time Will Tell" by Blood Orange


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Dances for you by DaNCEBUMS

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Inspired by the imaginary intimacies of a sci-fi future


“An energetic flow of leaping, shimmying bodies" - Theresa Madaus

“Joyful Exuberance" - Syniva Whitney