EVENTS & WORKSHOPS

APAP Presentation

Jan 14

TBA

City Center Studios

Performance

Once again APAP Conference is taking over New York City and Doug Varone and Dancers will be part of a showcase. It is a chance to see excerpts of works that are currently on tour or in the works for next season. 

If you are presenter or interested in attending, please contact us at info@dougvaroneanddancers.org.

Curious about APAP: APAP stands for The Association of Performing Arts Professionals, the national service, advocacy and membership organization for presenters of the performing arts. APAP is dedicated to developing and supporting a robust performing arts industry and the professionals who work within it.

- APAP hosts the annual APAP|NYC conference - the world's leading convening for the performing arts industry.

- APAP is the industry's leading community for networking and knowledge.developing and supporting a robust performing arts industry and the professionals who work within it.

more events & workshops

SUMMER WORKSHOP | June 2018

For pre-professional and professional dancers, the Summer Workshop provides three immersive weeks of technical training, creative work, and exposure to the company’s style.

The College at Brockport | State University of New York | Brockport, NY

Due to popular demand, we are making room for 2 more dancers and you have a few days extra to register. | EXTENDED REGISTRATION DEADLINE: MAY 4.

TUITION: $1,500 
HOUSING:  $1,000

Photo: Hayim Heron

DEVICES: Choreographic Intensive & Mentorship Program in NYC

Led by Doug Varone and the Company Dancers  |  Enrollment: 10 – 12 choreographers

Designed for emerging choreographers, this unique mentorship with Doug Varone is divided into three distinct parts over the course of several months beginning on May 27 with an intensive retreat in New York City. Up to 12 participants are selected through application.

REGISTRATION CLOSED. 

Be sure to join us at Gibney on August 2-4, when the choreographers will show their work. Details to come.

Photo: Matt Furman

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