About the Group:
Founded by Sue Schroeder, CORE Performance Company creates and performs innovative contemporary dance. Delving deeply into the arts and the many cultures of the world, CORE unearths and offers unique and compelling dance experiences. Guided by a strong sense of community responsibility, CORE uses dance to educate, to question, to connect, to heal, and to inspire.
CORE has been acclaimed for its performances and residencies in the United States and internationally, and recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. “An evening full of unexpected pleasures and beautiful mysteries” is how Atlanta’s Creative Loafing remarked on Schroeder’s 2010 Corazón Abriendo (Heart Opening), adding “CORE is a company whose dancers work together with a remarkable ease and with clearly-linked intention.” CORE creates original work that evolves through experimentation, improvisation, and collaboration with artists from different mediums. Performing Schroeder’s work as well as that of guest choreographers, CORE maintains a strong profile as a contemporary dance company with a diverse body of multi-layered work.
Tour Contact: Elizabeth Geiger, Tour Development
P.O. Box 2045
Decatur, GA 30031-2045
- Single performance: $4,000-$25,000
- Community residency activities in addition to regular performance: $200-$600
- One week residency with multiple performances and activities: $14,000-$40,000
**Sue believes it is essential to develop and nurture a meaningful connection to her work through CORE; as such, successful and mutually-beneficial residency experiences are created with the imagination, resources, and input of presenters, educators, administrators, artists, community leaders, and all other supporters. Fees vary depending on which works are being performed, the length of the residency and number of activities, and if we have been able to block book with other engagements. The fees stated reflect a range; presenters are encouraged to contact Sue directly to discuss.
Special programs available for:
- Colleges and universities
- Senior Centers
- Immigrant populations
- Differently abled populations