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Broadway World Chicago: Auditorium Theatre Announces Partnership With Dance Data Project

By Chloe Rabinowitz 25 June 2021 Dance Data Project, in partnership with the Auditorium Theatre, announced the upcoming release of Global Conversations: Behind the Stage, the fifth round in a series of virtual interviews. Round 5 will highlight those professionals who work behind the scenes and out of sight, creating artistic magic in every production, while coping […]

DDP Announces Global Conversations Round 5: Behind the Stage & Partnership with Auditorium Theatre

June 24, 2021 | Northfield, IL | Dance Data Project® (DDP) today announces the upcoming release of Global Conversations: Behind the Stage, the fifth round in a series of virtual interviews. Round 5 will highlight those professionals who work behind the scenes and out of sight, creating artistic magic in every production, while coping with […]

Dance Magazine: Dance Data Project®’s Latest Report Includes Some Stunning Numbers

10 June 2021 By Jennifer Stahl Since 2015,  Dance Data Project® has become a reliable source for hard numbers backing up conversations on gender inequity in ballet. Today it came out with an Artistic and Executive Leadership Report detailing the gender distribution among directors at the largest 100 ballet companies, as well as the pay gap between […]

Dance Data Project®’s Expanded 2021 Report Reveals Persistent and Significant Gender-Based Pay and Opportunity Gaps, Primarily at Largest United States Ballet Companies

Dance Data Project® (DDP) today released its third annual Artistic & Executive Leadership Report, doubling the scope of ballet companies surveyed to 100 and, for the first time, including compensation analysis for associate artistic directors and other highly paid individuals, in addition to previously surveyed artistic and executive directors.

The Body: Dancing Towards the Dream of Asian Representation

By Juan Michael Porter II 28 May 2021 Last year, Phil Chan and Georgina Pazcoguin—the founders of Final Bow For Yellowface, an initiative created to eliminate offensive stereotypes of Asians on the stage—marked Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month by interviewing a different ballet dancer of Asian descent during each day of May. The […]