Support the artist of Bloodline Dance Theatre

We are Bloodline Dance Theatre, where we believe that dance is within everyone!

Bloodline Dance Theatre, focuses on creating ballets that are reflective of current times as well as historical and religious concepts. To date, the company has performed for several NYC Public Schools, The West Indian American Carnival Association, The Brooklyn Museum, The African Spirit Awards, St Paul’s Baptist Church, and Medgar Evers College. Bloodline is currently working in partnership with several community groups to produce this year's World Aids Day Commemoration event on December 1,2020. Bloodline Dance Theatre combines popular music that audiences can relate to with the innovative choreography of Co-Artistic Director, Lamont Joseph. We seek to give everyone an inspirational as well as positive understanding of current political issues surrounding people of color.

Throughout the COVID-19 Pandemic many artists have endured a large number of financial hardships (including the artist of Bloodline Dance Theatre). However, Bloodline Dance Theatre is committed to bringing dance to the community of Brooklyn. With your support we can do that in an impressive way! Currently, we are in the planning stages of our 2020-2021 Season. We have found several creative ways to showcase our art. However, your support to fund these projects is needed now!

Please kindly make a donation on our gofundme page. We have a goal of $10,000 to compensate the artists of Bloodline Dance Theatre as well as to support other community groups


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Lamont Joseph 
Brooklyn, NY
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