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Propelling Voice with ReVision Dance Company
Thu, Aug 4, 11am
Dance Place (3225 8th St NE, Washington, DC 20017)
ReVision Dance Company’s Propelling Voice is a modern dance performance using stark and imaginative scenic design paired with daring and athletic style movement. The family friendly, interactive work focuses on themes of individuality, community, and support.

About ReVision Dance Company
ReVision is a contemporary modern dance company committed to artistic excellence and community building. Through performances, workshops and teaching residencies, ReVision works with diverse populations of professional dancers and novice movers. A unique aspect of our work is our dedication to engaging people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Artistic Director Shannon Quinn has spent her career developing effective ways to introduce students and audiences to modern dance and its relevance to our everyday lives. ReVision dancers share Shannon’s personal mission of bringing the joy of dance to everyone.

Ticketing & Seating Policy:
This event is free but requires advanced registration. Registration does not guarantee seating availability, as seating is General Admission and first-come, first-served until venue capacity has been reached. Please plan to arrive more than 10 minutes prior to the start of the event for best seating availability.

COVID-19 Safety Notice: As Washington Performing Arts does not own or operate its own venue, Washington Performing Arts audiences will be subject to the current vaccination policy of each event’s venue on the date of the event. Dance Place’s COVID policy requires:

  • All patrons will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 taking place prior to your ticketed performance. If a patron has not received their vaccination against COVID-19, they can show proof of a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours prior to the performance, or a negative antigen test taken the day of the performance.
  • Either a physical card or digital image of the front and back of your vaccination card will suffice.
  • All patrons must agree to comply with Dance Place’s mask requirements, which require all patrons to utilize face coverings that cover both the nose and mouth throughout the duration of their time on the Dance Place campus. Dance Place recommends use of a surgical mask, KN95 or N95 versus a cloth mask for decreased transmissibility.
  • For more information: https://www.danceplace.org/covid19/

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Accessibility: This FAM event will include:

  • Wheelchair accessible venue space
  • Single occupancy / all gender public restrooms
  • American Sign Language (ASL) Interpretation
  • A calming corner with fidget toys if patrons need a quiet place to relax
  • A relaxed atmosphere which allows patrons to talk and vocalize as they wish, as well as leave and re-enter the seating area as needed


Performances related to Washington Performing Arts’s education programs are made possible by Jacqueline Badger Mars and Mars, Incorporated.

Education programs at Washington Performing Arts are made possible in part by the D.C. Commission on the Arts & Humanities; U.S. Commission of Fine Arts and the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program; The Morris & Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; Park Foundation, Inc.; Mr. Bruce Rosenblum and Ms. Lori Laitman; Mr. Tom Gallagher; Mary Jo Veverka; Events DC; Her Excellency Shaikha Aisha AlKhalifa, Spouse of the Ambassador, Embassy of the Kingdom of Bahrain; Prince Charitable Trusts; Verizon Washington, D.C.; Mr. Peter Buscemi and Ms. Judith Miller; The Estate of Josephine S. Huang, Ph.D.; Anonymous; The Greene-Milstein Family Foundation; Dr. J. Stephen and Mrs. Kathryn Jones; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman E. Katz, Esq.; Nancy Peery Marriott Foundation; Mr. James J. Sandman and Ms. Elizabeth D. Mullin; Linda and Isaac Stern Charitable Foundation, in memory of Isaac Stern; Dr. Gary Mather and Ms. Christina Co Mather; Mr. and Mrs. Brian Coulter; Dimick Foundation; Frank Islam and Debbie Driesman; Dr. Robert Misbin; Pepco, An Exelon Company; Québec Government Office in Washington; and George Wasserman Family Foundation, Inc.

Includes gifts of $5,000 and above as of June 24, 2021.


DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities