Glade is excited to be in the Capital Fringe Festival with our new collectively choreographed piece, Mine/Field, a modern dance about data privacy, security, and vulnerability.
June 25 near H St. NE:
Mine/Field is part of the Fringe Preview show! Learn more about other Fringe shows in this raucous speed-dating-style performance, where each introduction is less than five minutes. Plus, the Fringe Bar will be right outside.
Mine/Field photos by Rob Cannon.
June 30 in Adams Morgan at Sitar Arts Center:
Glade continues its outreach efforts by performing at Sitar Arts Center, for the Washington Performing Arts summer camp for kids there. Glade last performed at Sitar a few years ago, and Sylvana Christopher is a long-time teacher there, and we're excited to return to engage with fantastic young artists!
July in Brookland: Six unique performances of Mine/Field at Dance Place in Brookland:
Tickets for Mine/Field are now on sale! Individual tickets are $17, or buy festival passes to see multiple Fringe shows at a discount. Plus don't forget your Capital Fringe button for $5.
Want more dance? Want to know what Glade is excited about? Want to approach data privacy & national security from several genres? Glade has recommendations for you!
Dance lovers dream: Use the Fringe 6 Pack Pass to see more dance!
Glade knows these dance organizations and we're excited to see their work. The Fringe 6 Pack Pass is $80 for six tickets to any production. It's savings of $4 off each ticket, plus you receive the Fringe Admission Button. Buy one now!
Investigate more deeply: Explore data technology, national security, or observation
from other perspectives.
If you came to Mine/Field passionate about the topic, or are now interested in going deeper, check out these other shows exploring similar themes in different ways.
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