In Our Network

549887_10151450526389191_1887805200_nAd Deum Dance Company

Ad Deum is a professional modern/contemporary dance company based in Houston, Texas, directed by its founder Randall Flinn, who established the company in January 2000. Dancers have come to Ad Deum from around the world seeking to be connected with a community of artists that share a common vision and desire. The mission of Ad Deum is to create and perform excellent and vital works of dance that serve to wash over the heart and soul of humanity with relevant meaning and redemptive hope.

Ad Deum has toured across the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe, and Asia. Their work has been featured in Dance Spirit and Dance Magazine and they have received outstanding reviews of their performances worldwide. Ad Deum has performed the works of many amazing choreographers including Steve Rooks (former principal dancer with Martha Graham), Caleb Mitchell (former Houston Ballet dancer), Hope Boykin (Alvin Ailey), Stephen Wynne (Talk Dance Company), Bill Wade (Inlet Dance Theatre), Durell Comedy (Limon Dance Company), and Ryan Corriston (former dancer with Doug Varrone), as well as the works of Mr. Flinn and Ad Deum Company members.

www.danceaddeum.com

 

Springs Dance Companyjump

Springs Dance Company tours the UK, internationally performing and teaching work that is dynamic, entertaining and challenging. They like to make high quality dance enjoyable by everyone, including those new to dance.

Springs Dance Company’s Christian ethos is reflected in their work which is accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Their work is designed to delight and challenge people of every faith and of none.

www.springsdancecompany.org.uk

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