As many of you know, The Dance Complex turned 25 this September — an occasion that prompted a day of celebration and a revelation of a number of exciting events on the horizon. “25 & Dancing On!”, a newly unveiled anniversary celebration naturally sparked a lot of interest among local press and media outlets, which generously covered the history of the Dance Complex, Executive Director Peter DiMuro’s vision for the Complex and the kind words that the Cambridge Vice Mayor Marc McGovern’s had to say about the role that the Dance Complex plays in preserving the local community and “its flavor”.
A story by Natalie Handy in the Cambridge Chronicle beautifully traces the mission of the Dance Complex from its early days under the supervision of Rozann Kraus, to its ambitious plans for the future. It celebrates the success and perseverance of the Dance Complex that is rooted in the “access, openness and being welcoming and non-judgmental”, its past but also “dancing into future”.
Read the full story here: http://cambridge.wickedlocal.com/news/20161006/central-squares-dance-complex-celebrates-25-years-in-cambridge and to learn more about the new Accessible Dance Initiative, stay tuned and check the Writing Dance Center Blog later this month.