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January 27, 2023

Elizabeth Belyea
Bellingham Repertory Dance

Bellingham Repertory Dance Audition

Calling all dancers! Bellingham Repertory Dance (BRD) is auditioning for its 2023-2024 season on Sunday, March 5th at the Firehouse Arts and Events Center. Dancers are asked to complete a pre-registration before attending the audition. The deadline to register for the audition is February 26th.

Sunday, March 5 from 12:00-3:00pm

Firehouse Arts and Events Center (1314 Harris Ave.)

Audition fee: $10-25 sliding scale

To register and learn more, visit bhamrep.org.

Established in 2005, Bellingham Repertory Dance is a dancer-run and directed 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that strives to bring vibrant, contemporary dance to the community. BRD is an ever-changing collection of versatile individuals from an array of backgrounds working toward new goals and skills every season. As a dancer-driven organization, all members of BRD are expected to fulfill two distinct roles in the collective. 

BRD members are both professional dancers and volunteers sharing the administrative duties of the nonprofit collective. Members are expected to be able to contribute an estimated 5-15 hours per week to administrative duties, class, rehearsals, and meetings.

The per person fee for the audition is a $10-25 sliding scale. If this cost is prohibitive, please email bhamrep@gmail.com. To register for the audition or to learn more about Bellingham Repertory Dance, visit bhamrep.org.

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