Dancing Queerly Virtual Festival

Featuring live conversations, multimedia presentations, original new work, pop-up dance lessons, and more.

Event Information

June 19-21, 2020
Various Times

These events will be LIVE streamed
Please Register in Advance

Sponsored By:

Boston Pride
Dancing Queerly

Dancing Queerly Live – June 19th

Featuring live conversations, multimedia presentations, original new work, pop-up dance lessons, and more. Hosted by the inimitable TruDee with Peter DiMuro/Public Displays of Motion,  Lilly Rose Valore, Queens with a Mission, Em Papineau and Sofia Engelman, The Boston Renegaydes and Olivia Blaisdell, it’s the quarantine-chic version of the show we planned to have in-person.


Dancing Queerly X Eva Yaa Asantewaa – June 20th

Featuring performances chosen by guest curator Eva Yaa Asantewaa. This incredible evening of queer dance work brings a cutting edge dance concert to you at home.

Eva writes: “Jay Bouey, Ni’Ja Whitson, Maria Bauman-Morales, zavé martohardjono, and Orlando Hunter Jr and Ricarrdo Valentine of Brother(hood) Dance! are among the most thoughtful, driven and exciting artists on the contemporary New York scene. I have had the joy of witnessing their work and passion for community, justice and healing. Each one reminds me of what Toni Morrison wrote in Beloved: “She is a friend of my mind.” Indeed, I consider each a friend of my mind. They see and capably gather us, helping us to put the many pieces we are in order so that we may breathe freely and survive. They are artists we need in this challenging moment and beyond this moment.”


BYOBrunch – June 21st

Wrap up your Dancing Queerly 2020 weekend with a celebration and conversation on zoom.  This is our virtual reception/meet-and-greet/networking/talk back – whatever you want it to be! Bring your own beverages and snacks and come hang out!


By registering for any of these events, you agree to read and abide by our community guidelines.

Dancing Queerly, 2020 is made possible thanks to the fiscal sponsorship of Boston Dance Alliance, and through the generous financial support of ArtsBoston Audience Lab, Boston Pride Community Fund, Cambridge Community Foundation, and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.