Now in our 11th year of creating and performing extraordinary dance
in Oregon's Rogue Valley
310 Oak Street, Ashland, OR 97520 • 541-488-9683 • email@example.com
DPC also has a school, teaching a variety of dance lessons for students 5-70. Check out our Class Schedule page for more info.
Also take a glance at our Specialty Workshops page, for more info on intensives we offer throughout the year. Upcoming are: 2-week Pre-Professional Dancers intensive July 28-August 10, for students preparing to enter the professional dance world. $400
CATS workshop August 11-14, 2014 for students 12 and up, learn the opening number from CATS from Roberta Stiehm Allen, who performed the show on Broadway. $150
A variety of 1-week workshops in July, for children and teens, offering a sampler of everything Dancing People has to offer. $150 per week. Each dance camp meets 1-4pm, Monday-Friday:
July 7-11 ages 9-11
July 14-18 ages 5-7
July 21-25 1-4pm ages 12 and up
Dancing People is a professional, national-caliber modern dance company, based right here in Ashland, Oregon. We perform over 40 times a year in the Rogue Valley, from fully produced stage shows, to informal shows in Ashland's beautiful Lithia Park, to our "Call Back The Sun" Winter Solstice celebration.
Robin Stiehm is the Founding Artistic Director and choreographer for DPC. Her work has been described as fluid, musical, emotional - one review said "abstract in the best definition of that elusive term - emotion contained and transfigured by form.”
Dance In The Park, Aug.9-10 6:30pm
Mark your calendars! It's summer, which means its time for our free shows at the Lithia Park Bandshell. Bring a picnic, brings your friends, bring your kids and enjoy an evening of delightfuldance in one of the most beautiful settings to be found.
Highlights include an improvisation with cellist Michal Palzewicz and the Ashland premiere of "Wild and Private" created in honor of our friend, Lita Jans.
Green Show, September 23
Later in the summer, catch DPC on the Green Show stage, where we'll present "Love and Navigation" inspired by our local community's experiences with love, gathered through a series of interviews. How do we navigated the minefield of love? How do we resolve the mystery of "relationship"?