Inter City Row Modern Dance Company can provide limitless activities in dance that your mind can image, creating events and performance that enhance a range of subjects for a range of different audiences.  The following is a list of offerings and some suggestions for projects that can be tailored for specific audiences.

Many of these offerings can be presented very simply or expanded for a larger audience by adding artists.  They can be presented as stand-alone events or maint stage ICR performances.


The company teaching staff can offer:

Sequential workshops in elementary, junior and senior school classrooms

Master classes for advanced dance students in Graham & Horton technique and sequences from Inter City      Row repertory

Movement and the spoken work/poetry

Professional development workshops for classroom teachers

The educational aspects to praise dance

Classes in improvisation

Panel discussion coordinated with experts from the community


The company artists are available to participate with organizations such as corporations, libraries, musicians and civic groups in group discussion and seminars that are of specific interest within a community.  Talks might revolve around such topics other than dance.  Example, a group of executives or a panel of scientists and artist discuss the importance of risk, a corporate discussion focusing on growth through collaboration, or simply elements of creativity.


Of Special interest to University presenters

Although the offerings that are listed above are created for all types of presenters, we offer opportunites for interdepartmental collaborations within a university setting.  Some examples are:

Dance Department - Before the main performance company, artists are available for master classes or artist talks within the dance department

Theatre Department - Theatre students might prepare poetry pieces that have inspired some of the works of ICR

Music Department - Inter City Row and the Music Department could create a curriculum for student composers and choreographers based on some of the works of the company.  Understanding, social, political and cultural themes expressed through art.