How the company known for testing the limits of physical prowess parlayed its brand into programming for older adults—and a new digital revenue stream.
The artistic director and CEO was recently recognized for his compassionate leadership. We asked him what it means to be a compassionate leader in dance, and how that’s changed since the pandemic.
6 dance business leaders on what they’ve learned in the past year, and what they’re changing for the long haul.
When the pandemic hit, Dallas Black Dance Theater was one of the few dance companies that chose to charge for their virtual performances from the get-go. Executive director Zenetta Drew shares how they did it—and why more companies should try.
General operating funds are what keep the lights on at dance nonprofits. But before COVID-19, they could be difficult to procure, with big donors wanting to designate gifts for pet projects and foundations wary of giving unrestricted cash. Here’s how COVID-19 is changing that.
While the current economic picture is grim for many Americans, the “K-shaped” recovery means high earners may have even more wealth than before the pandemic. For nonprofit dance organizations, this is good news—if they can successfully leverage their asks.
Skip the clichéd New Year’s resolutions and consider these expert recommendations for dance business owners of all kinds.
Dance educators have managed adversity with passion and persistence since long before Covid-19 came on the scene.
The harsh reality of the real estate market in certain urban centers can limit the growth of dance schools at just the time when customer demand is at its highest. Here’s how one popular Brooklyn community dance center found a solution.