Epiphany Dance Collective is a professional African dance company based out of Indianapolis. Formed in 2010, this dynamic group of adult and teen performers have come together to cultivate the art and spirit of West African dance. Epiphany Dance Collectives' mission is to entertain, educate, and preserve African traditions through quality artistic performances.
I have seen Epiphany Dance Collective perform this past summer and I was absolutely amazed with their performance! The creativity...high energy...variety...and the intense dance moves had me at the edge of my seat wanting to dance with the entire show! You can tell the women of the group put in a lot of hard work and have strong passion for dance. Most importantly they have fun! I truly enjoyed their shows and I always try to see when and where they are performing again so I can support! Keep Up the GOOD WORK ladies!
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 3 - 60 minutes
Epiphany Dance Collective is under the direction of Artistic Director Ronne Stone who's knowledge of traditional dance spans 20 years, Epiphany Dance Collective brings an energy that is infectious and uplifting. This dynamic group as performed all over the city. Among those places are the Indiana State Museum, The historic Madam Walker Theater, The Indianapolis Art Museum, The Indiana Historical Society, and The Governors Mansion. Epiphany Dance Collectives' mission is to entertain, educate, and preserve African traditions and culture through quality artistic performances.
|Andrea Jackson||Dancer, Choreographer|
|Ronne Stone||Director, Choreographer|
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