April 3rd: Congressional Black Caucus Spouses Heineken USA Performing Arts Scholarship, April 10th: Arkansas Arts Council Individual Artist Fellowship, April 15th: McCallum Theatre Education Annual Choreography Festival, April 17th: National Dance Project Presentation Grants - New England Foundation for the Arts
Informing equity through data
analysis, advocacy and programming
Dance Data Project® is a global resource for the study and analysis of major national and international dance companies, venues, and choreographic awards. In addition, DDP surveys ballet competitions, festivals and scholarship programs worldwide. We provide a resource for those seeking information about female choreographers, set, costume & lighting designers, as well composers of classically based dance music.
We also cover recent news (as you’ll see below) and provide an archive of articles related to issues surrounding classical dance, including pay transparency and equity, hiring and and harassment policies. Browse, have a look, and feel free to provide feedback by contacting us on our contact page. Many thanks for visiting.
– Rachel Chavkin, Tony award-winning director of “Hadestown”
Mar 02, 2020
DANCE DATA PROJECT® ANNOUNCES 2020 “TOP 50” SAMPLE OF U.S. BALLET COMPANIES
Dance Data Project® today released the updated “Top 50” list of United States ballet companies, which will make up the sample of ballet companies studied by the research team for 2020 reports associated with ballet company repertoire and operations.
DDP shares our first ever Meet the Company feature. Hear about the success story that is the inaugural company, Richmond Ballet, from its founding artistic director Stoner Winslett and managing director Brett Bonda.