7-8-9 Fundraising Drive – Together, keeping the curtain up!

GDC’s 2023 ‘7-8-9’ Fundraising Drive – Together, keeping the curtain up!

We need your help raising $14,000 by 8/9…

It’s been a very busy and exciting 2022 – 2023 season at GDC…  We’ve completed some wonderful performances including our season opening production  “I Am Here” in which we collaborated with Kinetic Sculpture Artist, Kevin Reese and Chinese Dulcimer Musician, Chao Tian at the Capital One Hall.   We were thrilled and honored to perform “Aspire” and“A Cup of Tea” for A Celebration of “Buoyant Force”, a magnificent 50 foot tall steel sculpture created by Sue Wribcan which is installed at the Reston Town Square Park. We were especially proud to collaborate and perform with Grammy nominated Billboard No. 1 Concert Violinist, Jenny Oaks Baker, New York Times Best selling Author, Jason Wright, The Washington DC Temple Choir, The Boyle School of Irish Dance, and Celtic Woman Star, Alex Sharpe to perform “Joy to the World” at Capital One Hall last December. This Spring we got invited to share our production “I Am Here” in The Washington Ballet’s “Ubuntu: Building Bridges Between Diverse Communities through Dance” production and Metropolitan School of the Arts’ “Higher Ground” production.

In addition to these great events and more, we had the absolute pleasure of bringing our “A Cup of Tea” to A Gala Benefit Concert for World Central Kitchen through our Outreach Performance Program. Kevin and Shu-Chen also designed special free, hands-on workshops based on the work “I Am Here” at the Metropolitan School of the Arts for kids from differing backgrounds and ethnicities and helped them to understand the struggles and challenges those immigrants were facing when they first immigrated to U.S. and taught the kids the techniques of making kinetic sculptures and creating dance as a way of sharing their stories.

At GDC, we pour our heart and soul into every production. We create to impact, inspire, and brighten lives.  We have a tremendous passion and love for what we do. We are excited to announce that we will be returning to Capital One Hall to open our 2023 – 2024 season. At this very special evening, we will share a full evening length innovative production of “Insight” a brand new original work that was inspired by the quote “When an old person dies, a library burns down.” This powerful quote reminds us of the immense wealth of knowledge and experience that older generations possess. Shu-Chen, through her choreography and dance, expresses the awakening message that we should respect more and care more for our seniors and appreciate all they have done to give younger generations the world they will inherent from them.

The funds raised during our 7-8-9 Funding Drive ($14,000 by 8/9) will help us cover the production costs of our exciting 2023-2024 season, keeping our artists working and creating to bring excellence in performing arts to the community. We humbly ask for your help in raising the funds needed for this exciting and ambitious production with your tax-deductible contribution. You can help us achieve our goal of raising the needed funds with your tax-deductible contribution.

Please give whatever you can … Every dollar donated will bring us closer to our goal.
TOGETHER, we can keep the curtain up!

You can click here to donate.

Note: If you prefer to make a contribution by check, please make check payable to Gin Dance Company and mail it to:

Gin Dance Company
1818 Library ST, Suite 500
Reston, VA 20190

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