Ballet Dancers Perform On The Streets Of Harlem In This Majestic Video By The Dance Theatre Of Harlem
The Dance Theatre of Harlem was founded by Arthur Mitchell and Karel Shook during the height of the civil rights movement back in 1969. It initially started out inside a converted garage in Harlem and the relaxed dress code allowed anyone to enroll. The theatre quickly grew in popularity and by 1979 was doing tours all over the world.
Recently, the Dance Theatre of Harlem released a majestic video showing the ballet dancers performing on the streets of New York’s Harlem neighborhood, and it did not take long for it to go viral. Check it out below!
The Dance Theatre of Harlem recently released a video showing dancers performing on the streets of Harlem
Dancing Through Harlem was created by Company Artists Alexandra Hutchinson and Derek Brockington.
It did not take long for the video to go viral
The dancers used choreography from Resident Choreographer Robert Garland’s ballet “New Bach.”
The video shows the dancers performing in various iconic spots of Harlem, such as the 145th Street station…
The theatre also started a fundraiser called the DTH Forward Fund that aims to provide ongoing support to their professional company, the DTH School, and education and outreach programs. If you wish to join the cause, you can do so here!
…the Riverbank State Park…
…and the City College of New York at 137th