The Dancing Wheels Company is seeking dancers for the 2023/24 season. There is an immediate opening for a male-identifying, company-level dancer. The Dancing Wheels Company will audition dancers upon an advanced-arrangement, private audition basis.
Preferred candidates should be proficient in stylized techniques (such as ballet and modern), have a unique quality of movement, possess skills for partnering, and be able to work collaboratively and improvisationally. Candidates must be strong and athletic and willing to train in any style or genre of dance. Potential wheelchair dancers must have excellent wheelchair mobility skills.
Dancers must be able to travel to perform nationwide and internationally, and work fulltime. Workdays (when not on tour) are Monday-Friday 10:00AM-3:00PM. Pay scale is commensurate with experience; paid holidays and vacation time are included.
Audition Date: A private audition must be scheduled in advance.
Audition Location: The Dancing Wheels Company Studio
Location Street Address: 3030 Euclid Avenue, 1st Floor, Cleveland, Ohio 44115
Contact Information: www.dancingwheels.org, 216-432-0306
The Dancing Wheels Company, America’s first professional, physically integrated dance company, is a repertory-based touring company that works with highly acclaimed choreographers each year. Most recent works include full-length pieces from Marc Brew, Nai-Ni Chen, David Dorfman, Catherine Meredith, David Roussève, Mark Tomasic, Michael Uthoff and internationally renowned choreographers Donald Byrd, Donald McKayle, and Dianne McIntyre. The full ensemble trains together as stand-up and sit-down (wheelchair) dancers in an equitable and accessible environment, giving equal opportunity for training and employment for all.
To audition, interested candidates should prepare a letter of interest, résumé, headshot, and full-body dance photo to submit to Mary Verdi-Fletcher, President/Founding Artistic Director at [email protected] or using the Audition Application Form link below.
If available, include a link to a YouTube or Vimeo video excerpt of a recent performance or class (filmed within the last 12 months). In ensemble work, please indicate your position in the performance.
(Revised June 2023)