Red Clay Dance Company opens new space in Woodlawn

Chicago’s Red Clay Dance Company confronts inequities and injustices, using dance as a way to achieve social change.

Red Clay Dance Company Opens New Space In Woodlawn
Red Clay Dance Company dancers Marceia L. Scruggs (left) and Chaniece Holmes. Credit: Kristie Kahns
Red Clay Dance Company Opens New Space In Woodlawn
Red Clay Dance Company dancers Marceia L. Scruggs (left) and Chaniece Holmes. Credit: Kristie Kahns

Red Clay Dance Company opens new space in Woodlawn

Chicago’s Red Clay Dance Company confronts inequities and injustices, using dance as a way to achieve social change.

Since its creation in 2008, Red Clay Dance Company’s mission has been to amplify the voices of the African Diaspora through innovative, contemporary choreography.

Reset talks with the company’s artistic director about how they use dance to confront injustice and achieve social change.

GUEST: Vershawn Sanders-Ward, founding artistic director and CEO of Red Clay Dance Company