2022/23 Season Announcement Coming Soon!


All Times At Once

May 13 - 15, 2022

Join us for the premiere of RDC's newest full-length work, opened with choreography by Jennifer Medina

All Times At Once is a new, evening-length contemporary modern dance work by RESILIENCE Dance Company. Choreographed by Emily Haussler in collaboration with the dancers, this work explores how our experience of memory affects our lived, present selves. The dance moves dynamically, shifting between intimate duets, high energy group numbers, individual storytelling, and even moments of comedy. Ultimately, the dance highlights that our present selves are undeniably a mixture of present, past, and future experiences, coming together each moment to create unique realities.

May 13 & 14 at 7:30pm, May 15 at 2:30pm

Intersect Arts Center


April 16th, 2022

Seen: STL

Seen: STL is a semi-annual event hosted by RDC that showcases works-in-progress by local, independent dance artists. The goal of Seen is to create space for artistic vulnerability - there are no rules, no budgets, no time requirements, and no genre restrictions. Artists are simply encouraged to share and be seen. 

Intersect Arts Center - 8pm

Apr. 2nd, 2022

2022/23 Company Auditions

RESILIENCE Dance Company is holding our first open audition for the 2022/23 season! We have two company dancer contracts available - all identities welcome.

Please click below for more information and to fill out the required pre-registration form.


11am - 6pm in St. Louis, MO. Skystone Conservatory of the Arts

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Feb. 5 - 6, 2022

Dance 24

A 24-hr, show up and make a dance together, festival.

Register to participate as a choreographer, dancer, or both. Get grouped off with other members of the St. Louis dance community to make a dance in just 24 hours before it's performed for a live audience!

Performance: Sunday Feb. 6th at 7pm at Intersect Arts Center

Feb. 15, 2022

Marcus Artist-in-Residence Lecture Demo

RESILIENCE Dance Company presents a lecture-demo event as part of the Marcus Residency through Washington University Performing Arts Department. Join us as RDC dancers perform excerpts from previous and upcoming works, exploring ideas such as care, humanity, and memory. Witness and partake in a live collaborative choreographic processes and learn about their work to challenge toxic norms in the dance world.

7:30pm at Washington University in St. Louis, Annelyse Mertz Studio


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