Dulce Dance Company

Dulce Dance Company


CELEBRATE National Dance Day by attending the Arizona Dance Festival on September 21st!
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Posting a great opportunity for dancers to study in Vegas Dec 27-30! With teachers from ABT, Paul Taylor and Alvin Ailey. Register now!! http://www.creativeintentionsprod.com/
Hello Dancers!

I wanted to tell you about an upcoming workshop that you may be interested in on April 22 - 23. The discipline is called "Yogance" which is a groovy blend of yoga and dance created by a former Olympic rhythmic gymnast/professional dancer.

This is the premiere opportunity to learn this form in Phoenix and no experience is necessary/all levels are welcome.

I hope you can join us!


yogance.splashthat.com (for tickets)
to Stylos Awards 2010! The year we brought Carla Morrison to the Phoenix Art Museum. Are you in these pictures? Share more of this year in the comments if you have any! Flamenco Por La Vida The Haymarket Squares Dulce Dance Company
The video police got me after 5 seconds. Well just trust me the rest of the piece is great!!!
Congrats Dulce!!! Awesome show tonight!
Candy Jimenez was not messing around in class tonight with all of the "planking" stuff! ;) Hope to see all of you beautiful dancers in class soon! Tues and Thurs nights 6-7:15!
Hey friends,

I would would love if anyone and everyone came to my open modern dance class from 2pm-3pm at the school of ballet arizona. It will be occurring every Saturday, so feel free to come whenever. Class is a contemporary modern dance class will be dance as a challenging physical warm up and choreographic repertoire with a focus on rehabilitation of the body! Come play with JordanDanielsDance! :)
My fellow Dulce Dancers! Here's some information about the show!

"Bound" Presented by Prolifics Dance Company
Dates: September 5th and 6th
Time: 8pm
Urban Yoga
3225 N Central Ave Phoenix, AZ 85012

Buy your tickets at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/bound-presented-by-prolifics-dance-company-tickets-11997770655?aff=eac2

Hope to see you there! :]
Thank you for the wonderful dance class. It was great to come to a class that was so welcoming :)
Diane McNeal Hunt / Elevate DanceWorks heads to the Las Vegas Dance in the Desert Festival! Super excited to present 3 works and eager to see the craft of other Artists: The Las Vegas Contemporary Dance Theater, Kelly Roth & Dancers, Kremer Dance Collective, Nevada Repertory Dance Theater, Lynn Needle/Art of Motion, Avocado Dance Theatre, Dulce Dance Company, Kaleidoscape Dance and MORE!

Choreographer: Diane McNeal Hunt
Dancer: Alan Khoutakoun
Mask: Zarco Guerrero
Costume: Anandha Ray
Photo: Ron Brewer Images
how's the intensive going?!

www.dulcedancecompany.com (website currently unavailable)

Operating as usual

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 12/08/2022

"Rooted in Movement": Another reason to attend and celebrate the event December 9 & 10

The Giving Tree continues. Bring a gift for the tree and take from the tree what you need. It is a tradition that continues. The gifts that were left the last time will be on the tree as well as bags of different herbs, and handmade ornaments.

It is the season of giving. Leave your impression, take what you need.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 12/08/2022

"Rooted in Movement": Sound Sponsor spotlight.

Thank you to Sedona Dance Project for sponsoring our sound. The audience will be surrounded in sound and our films will be experienced using the "Silent Disco" headsets. They will be immersed in the sound of the film.

Get ready for a silent sound experience.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 12/07/2022

Rooted in Movement: Vendor spotlights

Get your tickets for December 9 & 10. Get some dance, art, wine, tea, cacao and some holiday shopping in on one evening.

“Rooted in Movement” Merchandise will be available.
T-shirts (unisex)
Tote bag
Coffee Mug 12oz

Purchase the bundle and get a free face mask, gift wrap and save $5.00. Bundle includes: T-shirt, tote bag, coffee mug, free face mask, and gift wrap. Buy the bundle and save 10% at Candy’s boutique and Yolanda’s Vintage.

Purchase just the single mug and get free cacao all evening.

Wine, tea, water are included with ticket purchase.

Cacao: 1 cup for $2.00

Charcuterie: $10.00 supplied by Dancing Chef Catering

Join Orgone Knights for a night of beautiful hand made art called orgonite that makes a perfect gift for everyone in your family.

With so much stress from our devices we could all use a little break from the stress. The reported benefits are too numerous to mention but you can learn more at https://www.orgoneknights.com

Modern Shaman will also join us all the way from our beautiful Sedona. Message from the vendor:

I make organic, raw, fine handmade goods. My speciality is fixing DRY SKIN. Cracked heals, cracked fingers, eczema and psoriasis. I make an Elite Body Scrub with 10 amazing ingredients and a Body Butter that feels like velvet and silk, that leaves your skin nourished, glowing and healthy. It will blow your mind.

And the butter is only 8 ingredients. 3 butters and 5 oils. That's it. You won't find anything like it in the stores.


Make your upcoming weekend plans now! Do not wait. Tickets limited. AND its at a NEW LOCATION! You must purchase your tickets to retrieve new exact address/location. The new location is in the area of 53rd St. and McDowell. Those are the major cross streets. Support dance. Support the arts. Support artists paving and producing their own way without public funds.


New location revealed at purchase!
New work by Angel Castro, Nicole Hennington, Jeremiah Jenkins, Danielle McNeal Johnson, Angelica Lara, Alicia-Lynn Nascimento, Nicole Olson, and Anandha Ray


I have set a new work on a beautiful trio: Kalli Sparish, Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro, and Demetia Hopkins and a new solo on Caroline Liddicoat and collaborating with Jeremiah Jenkins and Angelica Lara on two new solos.

Please wear comfy shoes and warm clothes.

Photo credits:
Dancer: Demetia Hopkins
Photographer: Michael Townsend
Marketing Image: Angel Castro/June+Co.


"Rooted in Movement"

Limited tickets, get your tickets now before you miss your chance.

Unique site specific dance: 2 films, 10 dance pieces, 8 artists, and 1 guest artist performer.

Get some holiday shopping done for you and a friend. Vintage and boutique choices as well as hand made arts.

"Rooted" merchandise is also available. Purchase a bundle for $25.00 and receive 10% off of your total purchase from Candy's boutique, or Yolanda's Vintage.


Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 12/05/2022

"Rooted in Movement: Conversation with the Director, Candy Jimenez.

Candy is proud to bring the 5th production of "Rooted" to Phoenix this December. She considers herself a Phoenix Native even though she was transplanted here at an early age from her hometown of Dickens, Texas. Phoenix is her home and where she cultivates the soil of her passion. She has a vision in where she would like to produce "Rooted" and share the mission in other cities and nature throughout the country. "This is only the start". This season Candy is very excited and honored to see her movement be given life by dancer, Demetia Hopkins. Candy, quotes, "I am very grateful to have and continue to work with the caliber of dancers I have worked with in the past. I value the dancers I work with as gifted artists as they process the movement and direction given to help the choreography breath and gain a life of it's own". Learning that Demetia Hopkins, danced Ailey's signature solo "Cry", during her tenure with Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater brought Candy to gasp. She is grateful and honored to see Demetia Hopkins, Phoenix's own Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro, and Kalli Sparish of whom both also come with impressive bios, dance "Dust and Embers", a premiere work. "I want to share in how dance may be experienced uniquely", Candy expresses and so she invites you all to come December 9 & 10. It is a beautiful way to bring in Yule and the holidays. See ticket information in the comments.

Bio for Demetia Hopkins:

Demetia Hopkins is a performing artist and dance educator based in Central Virginia. She is a Co-Artistic Director at the Orange School of Performing Arts, where she received her early
dance training under the direction of her uncle, Ricardo Porter. Ms. Hopkins holds a Master of Fine Arts from Hollins University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Fordham University, where
she graduated with honors in 2009 while a member of Ailey II. In 2010 she joined the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. During her six-year tenure in the company, she was honored to
perform ballets by many prestigious choreographers from around the world including Alvin Ailey’s signature solo Cry.

In 2019, Demetia made her Broadway debut in Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! as Associate Choreographer, Dance Captain, and Principal Understudy for Dream Laurey. She was
a member of Sleep No More at the McKittrick Hotel and has performed with the Francesca Harper Project, Project-Inc, Mimi Garrard, Elizabeth Turk and performing arts pioneer Dianne
McIntyre. She served as Ms. McIntyre's Assistant to the Choreographer for Intimate Apparel, written by Lynn Nottage and directed by Bartlett Sher, and is honored to assist Ms.McIntyre both artistically and administratively. Ms. Hopkins has taught and set choreography in local schools across the country and abroad. Highlighted as one of Dance Magazine's “Top 25 To Watch,” and
honored as a recipient of a Leonore Annenberg Fellowship in the Arts, Demetia is proud to give back to the community that supported her formative years.


"Rooted in Movement": Artist Spotlight

Jeremiah Jenkins brings an evolution of "Ubuntu". We are excited to share the space and energy with him.

Jeremiah D Jenkins earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts at Sam Houston State University. He has danced with numerous Dance Companies around the U.S. and Internationally Including Urban Souls (TX), Dulce Dance Company & Scorpios Dance Theater (AZ/London), Gaspard Dance Company (NYC), Dance Italia (Italy) and has guest artists with numerous companies as an independent artist. Jeremiah has had his work selected at BETA Dance Festival, MultiPurpose Dance Works, Las Vegas Dancing in the Desert Festival, and Dancing with the Houston Stars, to name a few. Jeremiah Is on Faculty for Motiv8 Dance Convention and an Adjudicator for 8 National Talent and continues to teach Master Classes throughout the U.S. while residing in San Diego, CA where he has recently joined Malashock Dance Company.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 12/03/2022

"Rooted in Movement": Artist Spotlight

Angel Castro comes back home especially for this event. As one of the original Rooted collaborators he brings a piece home to share with us for this Yule event.

"Prayers to the Moon" is a continuation/exploration of a solo that premiered in 2019 entitled "Enough"..over the last few years the solo has evolved into its different forms and adaptations.

Angel is a Los Angeles based Artist originally from Phoenix, AZ. Angel's background is a conglomerate of diverse art practices making him a creative to the core. He has worked in multiple industries including, event production, brand management, dance, fashion, photography and film. Angel has danced professionally with and choreographed for many of Arizona's leading dance companies: Scorpius Dance Theatre, EPIK Dance Company, WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury Hip Hop Squad, NBA’s Phoenix Suns Solar Squad,. His athletic-yet-fluid choreography style has made him one of Arizona's most sought-after choreographers and instructors. His choreography has been also been performed on many stages including CONDER/dance’s Breaking Ground Festival, ARTELPHX, Phoenix New Times Big Brain Awards, and Phoenix ComicCon, BlkTina Dance Festival, nation wide on tour with Celebrity Dance Competitions, and on multiple NBA Arena courts. He is currently on faculty with ChoreographyPros Convention, which provides performance-ready routines for professional and collegiate level dance teams nationwide.
His Credits include, Kanye West, Lacoste, SUNROAD Enterprises, Phoenix Mercury, Phoenix Suns, HALO Movement Collective, JUNESDAYPROJECT, Javi Star, Juliana Muse, and Scorpius Dance Theatre.


"Rooted in Movement": Artist Spotlight

Angelica Lara premieres a new piece after a moment of hiatus. We are very happy that she is creating and is joining us this season.

She brings "Mayahuel's Manifesto"
Mayahuel, an Aztec deity known as the protector of fertility. Transforming mature wombs into fruitful life, her legend lives on through the agave plant.

Angelica’s artistic journey began at a young age. Her formative training began at The Studio of Dance in Southern Arizona, where she was introduced to various dance disciplines. She was awarded a scholarship at Grand Canyon University where she spent four years studying, performing, choreographing, teaching, and presenting work with the Ethington Ensemble while earning her Bachelors of Arts in Dance Education (2018). As an emerging artist and educator, she creates and teaches to further her study of the human condition through an illustrative lens. Her works have been recognized in multiple American College Dance Association Gala performances (CA), the Herberger Arts Festival (AZ) and has professionally produced work with GreyBox Movement Collective (UT, AZ), Dulce Dance Company (AZ), the Dance in the Desert Festival (NV), and MovementLab (NM). She will continue to challenge her artistic philosophy and build upon her movement language as she begins to venture into the world beyond the Southwest.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 11/30/2022

"Rooted in Movement": Artist Spotlight

Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro transitioned into dance after training as an elite gymnast. She will have an MFA from Hollins University in July of 2023 and graduated with a BFA in dance from the University of Arizona. In Philadelphia she continued her dance training with Philadanco then moved to Denver where she danced with Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Ensemble performing works of master choreographers such as Katherine Dunham, Alvin Ailey, Donald McKayle, Talley Beatty, and Milton Myers. Alicia lived in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais/Brazil, for 7 years and danced with Mario Nascimento Dance Company, had a leading role in the Beatles musical Because, and presented solo work Solivagant and Arco-Iris as a member of Rede Sola de Dança. As a teacher and choreographer she was the Assistant Choreographer and Rehearsal Director for Contemporary Dance Company, Sala B directed by Fernando de Castro; taught at the world renowned Grupo Corpo, and also at the dance and art conservatory, Palácio das Artes where she choreographed for the Graduating class of 2015 with a piece entitled Wanderlust. Since moving to Phoenix she has performed with the Black Theatre Troupe and presented work at the BlakTinx Dance Festival, Rooted in Movement, Breaking Ground, Beta Dance festival and at the Phoenix Art Museum with Jam Movement and Sentidos Dance. Alicia worked at Grand Canyon University, Glendale Community College, and is currently working as a Dance Director at Tolleson Union High School, involved in her own projects and teaching at Arizona State University.

A dance film Alicia created will premiere on December 9 & 10, entitled "Cada um trasborda o que tem dentro de si" (An Offering of what Overflows from Within)

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 11/29/2022

"Rooted in Movement": Artist Spotlight

Nicole Hennington from Arizona to Cleveland, Ohio to Arizona

Nicole Hennington spent her first two decades in Arizona where she graduated from the University of Arizona with BFA in Dance and a minor in Finance. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Gertrude Shurr Award, an award given to acknowledge passionate artistry and excellence in modern dance. During this time, she also studied with Chuthis., Nederlands Dans Theatre, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, New Dialect, and Ate9.

In 2018, Nicole joined Cleveland-based dance company, GroundWorks DanceTheater. During her four year run with GroundWorks, she originated roles in choreographies by James Gregg, Peter Chu, Brian Brooks, Antonio Brown, Robyn Mineko-Williams, Dianne McIntyre, Hannah Garner, and Adam Barruch. During her final season, Nicole acted as rehearsal assistant and had her own privilege to choreograph on the company—a piece titled “As I Am” that premiered in July 2022 and has been performed at Playhouse Square.

In summer of 2022, Nicole attended Springboard Dans Montréal where she worked with RUBBERBAND Dance Group and UNA Productions.

Nicole, with her multidisiplinary curiosities in dance collaborated with filmography, Cory Sheldon, in 2020 to create “Between Presence,” her first dance film which was produced by GroundWorks. “Between Presence” was selected to be played at Midwest RAD Fest and Highland Film Festival in 2022.

Currently, Nicole is a freelance dancer, choreographer, and teacher across the United States.

She will premiere "Begin Again" which is inspired by the art of creating, failing, redirecting, and beginning again.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 11/28/2022

Rooted in Movement: Artist Spotlight

Candy Jimenez, Phoenix resident continues to produce Rooted in Movement as an act of activism towards creating.without boundaries or limits. She truly believes in humanity and the powers we all harness. Currently earning her MFA in Dance from Hollins University, as she progresses in her research of audience engagement and her thesis of hallowed space, she creates 2 works that she will share December 9 & 10.

“Dust and Embers” will premiere. It is given life by Alicia-Lynn Castro, Kalli Spanish, and Demetia Hopkins. Demetia Hopkins comes from Virginia where she cultivates dance in her community as well as across the country. Demetia Hopkins is a former Alvin Ailey Company Dancer, she befriended Candy at Hollins University, where she agreed to work in this premiere.

“Liminality” will also premiere, danced by Caroline Liddicoat. The solo is inspired by the space/threshold of transition.

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 11/23/2022

Rooted in Movement: Artist Spotlight

Anandha Ray from California brings us a recently released film. It will be new to our screen in Phoenix, Arizona.

"Sacred to the Memory"
A film by Rev. Anandha Ray
Featuring Quimera Ritual Dance
And the music of Irena Kotvitskaya
Edited by Zed Friedman

When we think of shadows, we might think of the things that lurk in the darkness, things we might fear, things that hide... but in the shadows resides also a great beauty... A grit and daringness to illuminate the shadows... and walk within.

"Sacred to the Memory", by Rev. Anandha Ray and Quimera Ritual Dance, was created in a pilgrimage to Scotland. They walked among the graveyards, held sacred rituals, and filmed the remembrances that surfaced in the expression of dance. "Sacred to the Memory" is a retelling of these rituals, holding forever in film the echoes of their resolute determination, in connecting through ancestral lines


Rooted in Movement: Artist Spotlight

Nicole Olson shares her beautiful light with us. She continues her series of "Valkyrie"

"Valkyrie", Part 3
Nicole L Olson continues her research on this Norse mythological character in the 3rd, and last, section. This dark and luming solo will be performed by Candy Jimenez.

"She of Three"
Inspired by the neopagan deity, the Triple Goddess, NicoleOlson|MovementChaos explores the relationship of one woman and time - the maiden, the mother, and the crone.

Photo by Chris Young

Photos from Dulce Dance Company's post 11/19/2022

Rooted in Movement: Artist Spotlight

Danielle McNeal Johnson brings 2 new works to Rooted this season “Birthed/unbirthed“ and “Muse of Light”.

Danielle has relocated to Sedona and has had incredible community support in creating the Sedona Dance Project. Sedonadanceproject.org

Danielle is currently involved with Sedona Dance Project and Candy Jimenez's Rooted in Movement series (Phoenix, AZ 2021 - present) as a choreographer, performer, and collective contributor. Danielle was a company member of Desert Dance Theatre (modern dance) for over 20 years. Danielle's works have been showcased in New York, Arizona, Las Vegas, and New Mexico. Using various genres of dance, modern, jazz, contemporary, and musical theater, Danielle enjoys creating works that evoke emotion, thought, as well as entertain.



New location revealed at purchase!
New work by Angel Castro, Nicole Hennington, Jeremiah Jenkins, Danielle McNeal Johnson, Angelica Lara, Alicia-Lynn Nascimento, Nicole Olson, and Anandha Ray


I have set a new work on a beautiful trio: Kalli Sparish, Alicia-Lynn Nascimento Castro, and Demetia Hopkins and a new solo on Caroline Liddicoat and collaborating with Jeremiah Jenkins and Angelica Lara on two new solos.

Please wear comfy shoes and warm clothes.

Photo credits:
Dancer: Demetia Hopkins
Photographer: Michael Townsend
Marketing Image: Angel Castro/June+Co.


VIRTUAL OPTION for "Rooted in Movement"

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/126099830989 - Friday
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/126101614323 - Saturday

Im so EXCITED! We get to share the magic with more of you! We tested this last night and the image is beautiful. Please join us Friday or Saturday through the virtual platform. You don't want to miss this. Follow the links above for the evening that you want to join us and purchase your link.

Dulce Dance Company updated their phone number. 01/02/2020

Dulce Dance Company updated their phone number.

Dulce Dance Company updated their phone number.


Looking for a king bed and mattress for use as a prop in dance piece. The Full we are using rehearsal is not ideal.
$ or Tix??

Tough As Nails Promo 04/14/2018

Tough As Nails Promo

If you're looking for something to do tonight or tomorrow, how about support a local dance artist? CaZo Dance Company presents Tough as Nails at the Phoenix Center for the Arts. See this promo video for more details: https://youtu.be/zlVo7B4j85A

Tough As Nails Promo Cazo Dance Company presents Tough As Nails. Come see a beautiful and inspiring story about a couple work together to start a family and fight off a brain tum...

Timeline photos 04/06/2018

Come support local dancers including one of 's company member at the Phoenix Art Museum tomorrow from 6-9pm for a FREE event :-)

Timeline photos 09/28/2017

Tbt to a few weekends ago when some dancers from were in Show Low, AZ to teach a couple dance classes :-)


The 2017 West Hollywood Dance Festival

Candy Jimenez, director of Dulce Dance Company, has been enjoying a week of training at this festival and will be performing in this show. If you're in LA, don't miss out!


You can catch company director Candy Jimenez performing "Perihelion" from Chad Michael Hall at the Mix Match Dance festival on 8/18-8/19 AND at the West Hollywood Dance Festival on 8/25-8/26 in Los Angeles! Don't miss it :-)

Timeline photos 07/29/2017

is in one of today's two shows! Let's dance! :-)

Timeline photos 07/28/2017

getting ready for dress rehearsal

Timeline photos 07/20/2017

Looking for something to do next weekend? How about coming to the Las Vegas Dance in the Desert Festival where you could see two of Dulce's dancers perform two solos: Candy Jimenez will present "Perihelion " choreographed by Chad Michael Hall and Claire Renaud will present "Voices" choreographed by Jordan Kriston. Hope to see you in the audience :-)

Timeline photos 06/16/2017

You can catch company director and dancer Candy Jimenez NEXT WEEK at the Beta Dance Festival, June 23-24 at the 3rd Street Theater at Phoenix Center for the Arts (1202 N 3rd St, Phoenix, AZ). She will be performing a solo choreographed by Chad Michael Hall :-)

Timeline photos 06/05/2017

Some of Dulce's dancers have upcoming performances in Phoenix, California, and Las Vegas... :-)

Transitioning Flesh 04/26/2017

Transitioning Flesh

Fun memory of a fun trip to West Virginia last year... Thanks for the opportunity BIG RIVER dance festival :-)
Transitioning Flesh, piece choreographed by Jeremiah Jenkins, performed by Jeremiah Jenkins, Candy Jimenez, and Claire Renaud

Transitioning Flesh This is "Transitioning Flesh" by Summer Logan on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

Timeline photos 12/30/2016

would like to wish you all a very happy new year! Looking forward to 2017 :-)


Posting a great opportunity for dancers to study in Vegas Dec 27-30! With teachers from ABT, Paul Taylor and Alvin Ailey. Register now!! http://www.creativeintentionsprod.com/

Timeline photos 09/18/2016

just performed "transitioning flesh" in WV.
Honest, pure, raw! :-)

Timeline photos 09/16/2016

is ready to perform tomorrow at the Big River dance festival in Huntington, WV

Timeline photos 09/12/2016

is excited to be performing at this festival this weekend :-)

Timeline photos 08/02/2016

had a blast performing in Las Vegas this weekend :-) We can't wait to show this work again soon...

Timeline photos 07/25/2016

will be performing a new piece choreographed by Jeremiah Jenkins at the Las Vegas Dance in the Desert Festival on Friday!

Timeline photos 01/29/2016

Here's a throwback to last year's tiny dances at Breaking Ground! Although Dulce is not on the program this year, go see Arizona artists at this year's tiny dances. It's from 7:30-8pm tonight and tomorrow night at the Tempe Center for the Arts. And stay to watch the rest of the show, of course!

Timeline photos 12/13/2015

is performing tonight in this amazing show! Don't miss out!!!

Timeline photos 12/09/2015

will be performing this duet again on Saturday as a guest in Savage Beauty, a show by Halo Movement Collective. Don't miss out! :-)

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