Welcome to DanceWorks New York City.

About Us

DanceWorks New York City is the city's largest performance-based dance organization for advanced & technically trained dancers (18+) who want to continue choreographing and performing post-college and into their adult life.

DanceWorks, with affiliates in both Boston & New York City, made its Boston debut in 2010 and NYC in 2011. Selling out shows twice a year, DanceWorks is the elite performance company for the working professional. 

The Company >

Audition & Register

Interested or choreographing or dancing with us?! Open auditions take place every summer & winter as we look for new talent to join our company. A collective of 200 young adults, our dancers have experience performing with their respective studios, college dance teams, and companies.

Interested dancers should visit our auditions page for more information.

Join the movement. #DWNYClove.

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Attend a Show

Blending high energy hip-hop, jazz, tap, ballet, contemporary and broadway into a must-see show. The DanceWorks New York CIty Project is held at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts and attracts over 1,500 spectators every May and November. The show is a jam-packed, two-hour production that is anything but your typical dance recital. We're proud to sell out our shows nearly every season for 6 years and counting!

Purchase tickets online now. 

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Client Stories

I am beyond grateful for DanceWorks NYC! I recently completed my first season and the experience was exactly what I was missing in my life post college. DanceWorks has given me the opportunity and flexibility to continue what I love while meeting such a diverse group of talented individuals. Family and friends get to see the incredible show at the end, but it is everything that goes on behind the scenes that will keep me coming back!
— Kiara Brereton, Dancer
One of the best decisions I’ve made post-grad. DanceWorks allows you to continue dancing on your own time with an extremely flexible schedule, all leading up to a great performance at the end of the season. You’ll share a stage with great dancers and ultimately end each show with amazing friends.
— Sean Abrams, Choreographer & Dancer