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Company Profile

Dancin’ Unlimited Company Profile

Name Dancin’ Unlimited Jazz Dance Company (DUJDC)
Dance Styles
  • Broadway/Musical Theatre
  • Jazz & Contemporary Concert Dance
  • Tap
Performance Events
  • Customized Shows (conferences, business events, festivals)
  • Special Events (occasions, community dance events, edu-tainment
  • Jazz & Tap Dance Festival(collaboration show, produced by DUJDC)
  • Dancin’ on Broadway & Beyond(full production, Broadway & jazz dance)
  • That’s Jazz Dance (40-50 min jazz dance through the decades program)
Dance Education
  • DUJDC Master Classes (1.5-2 hours by Marilyn York & DUJDC dancers)
  • Advanced Jazz Dance Technique classes (monthly by invitation)
  • Studio Jazz Dance Classes (age 8-18, at partnering dance organizations)
  • Jazz Dance Instructor Training (by Marilyn York)
  • Jazz Dance History – Teacher Guide and Quiz
  • Six to Eight Professional Company Members (see bios on website)
  • Wide cadre of Seasonal Dancer Resources (for large scale programs)
  • Arts Council of Fairfax County Virginia
  • Virginia Dance Coalition (Founding Member)
  • Alexandria Commission for the Arts
  • Dance Baltimore


Dancin' Unlimited
Annual Performances:

January: Virginia Dance Coalition Dance Fest

March: Jazz & Tap Dance Festival

May: Dancin' on Broadway & Beyond

July: Artscape Baltimore

November: East Meets West International Dance Showcase

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