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ORGANIZATION: Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble
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3 people are interested
Chicago Danztheatre is seeking a cohort of volunteers to keep on our roster for performances. CDE has performance and volunteer opportunities throughout the year. Most notably, we have a fundraising event in February and mainstage performances in May, for which we urgently seek volunteers.
Can't commit to a specific date? That's okay! If you're interested, please reach out, and we'll add you to our list, so you know about our volunteer opportunities.
Volunteer jobs include but are not limited to:
- Box Office
- Bar/Concession sales
- Set up/ Tear down
- Event management/planning
More about CDE:
Rooted in the tradition of Tanztheatre, Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble unites dance, theater, and visual arts to create contemporary performances that address social justice issues. Through our school-based art and performance programs, CDE helps students in Chicago schools explore their creativity, supporting their social and emotional learning. CDE provides a physical and emotional space where community conversation and cultural change can happen.
To engage, inspire, and challenge the community, both onstage and in the classroom, through innovative and collaborative multidisciplinary storytelling to illuminate aspects of social issues. We do this in the genre of Tanztheatre, "which unites all art media to achieve an all-embracing, radical change in humankind."
Residents of the Chicagoland area are inspired to make their world a better place by exploring important social issues in an artistic setting. All students have access to arts education and can holistically develop their skills to be proactive, positive members of society.
We strive to create an equitable and empowering space for our artists, administrators, teachers, and audiences, and for students of all backgrounds. We aim to build a platform for the voices of the diverse communities we serve. All are welcome.
Ebenezer Lutheran Church Auditorium sits on the traditional homelands of the Three Fires Confederacy: Odawa, Ojibwe, and Potawatomi nations, as well as the Fox, Ho-Chunk, Inoka, Miami, Sac, and their descendants. We recognize that Indigenous peoples are the traditional stewards of the land that we now occupy, living here long before Chicago was a city and still thriving here today. We invite you to join us in offering them our respect and gratitude."
About Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble
1650 W Foster Ave, Chicago, IL 60640, US
Dedicated to "performance with a purpose", Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble challenges, engages and inspires audiences both onstage and in the classroom, through innovative, multidisciplinary storytelling in the genre of Tanztheatre, "which unites all art media and to achieve an all-embracing, radical change in humankind." As an Ensemble, we collaboratively create thought-provoking arts performances and educational outreach programs incorporating elements of theatre, music, movement, visual arts and literary text.
"CDE is a stunning example of what a small storefront theater company’s mission should be" Performink
Artistic Identity in Performance: Rooted in the traditions of Tanztheatre and the collaborative process of devising, CDE creates contemporary multi-disciplinary performances for the purpose of addressing social issues in a space that allows for community conversation and cultural change.
Artistic Identity in Education Programs: CDE’s arts education programs create a space in Chicago schools for students to explore their own creativity, and supports the holistic development of science, math, reading, and social skills through art and performance. Each year CDE works with 5,000 students in the Chicago area providing low cost and free programming.
Chicago Danztheatre Ensemble is a premier performance company focused on engaging audiences in socio-political theater, touring, arts in education, and continuing to push artistic boundaries with innovative performance styles and collaborations. The commitment of company members is instrumental to our programs and to the creation of our artistic work. Our work reflects our commitment to diversity and our mission of developing original works and literary adaptations into uniquely stimulating performance experiences.
1650 West Foster AvenueChicagoChicago, IL 60640
December 30, 2022
- Visual Arts
- Theater Arts
- Exhibition Arts
- Interior / Exterior Design
- Stage Management