Dance for World Community™ Festival — José Mateo Ballet Theatre
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Dance for World Community™ Festival

The 12th annual Dance for World Community Festival has been postponed until June 19, 2021.

The webpage below is under construction. Stay tuned for updates!

Dance for World Community™ is a project created by José Mateo Ballet Theatre that harnesses the vastly underutilized power of dance to improve the social and environmental health of our communities locally and beyond. Dance for World Community™ builds local and global networks and creates enduring partnerships across the public, private and non-profit sectors. It invites, engages and empowers everyone to participate in collaborative action and celebration for the well-being of children, their families and their communities.

12TH ANNUAL
DANCE FOR WORLD COMMUNITY™ FESTIVAL
Saturday, June 19, 2021
FREE PERFORMANCES ON FIVE STAGES
FREE CLASSES
EXHIBITS
FOOD
FUN!

Massachusetts Avenue (between Putnam Ave & Bow St)
Harvard Square, Cambridge
12:00-8:00pm

Click here to visit www.DanceforWorldCommunity.org!

APPLICATIONS FOR PERFORMANCE GROUPS AND INSTRUCTORS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED!

WANT TO VOLUNTEER?

We are looking for up to 200 Volunteers throughout the day starting from 7:00am and ending at around 6:00-7:00pm. We will be asking volunteers to provide 4 hours of their time per shift. Volunteers will receive a brand new DWC Festival Shirt, along with a water bottle and other cool accessories. Tasks will include but are not limited to stage set up, street decoration, stage, and MC assistance, street clean up and stage breakdown. Please contact Patricia Chiang at pchiang@ballettheatre.org with any questions.

FOOD VENDORS

If you are interesting in being a food vendor for this year’s festival, please contact Patricia Chiang at pchiang@ballettheatre.org.