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MISSION

Ashleyliane Dance Company (ADC) is committed to fostering the appreciation of dance as an art form and cultivating the fusion of modern, jazz, and contemporary training with various vernacular dance forms.  ADC strives to develop a progressive dance audience through public performances and engagements, create an educational atmosphere for adult dancers to continue learning and growing as artists, and to provide a safe, nurturing environment for young dancers to find their niche, in turn developing a more cohesive dance community.

HISTORY
Ashleyliane Dance Company (ADC) is a professional performance organization under the artistic direction of Ashley L. Tate.  Since its inception in 2007, ADC has performed at a plethora of major events and private engagements, including but not limited to: the Muny, Fair St. Louis, First Night, Loop in Motion, Dancing in the Street, Casino Queen, Four Seasons Hotel and The Pageant. ADC has been featured on Fox 2 News,"Best of the STL" on STL TV, Show Me St. Louis, HEC-TV, and the Nine Network and in Alive Magazine and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The company has produced a number of dance concerts at the Center of Creative Arts (COCA), Ivory Theatre, and Missouri History Museum, Edison Theatre, and The Grandel. ADC has also served as entertainment for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Working Women's Survival Show, LLUSA's Light the Night, and more! They have also been invited to perform at the Dance Chicago Festival, the American College Dance Association Convention, the University of Illinois-Chicago, the Chicago Choreographers' Carnival, the Pulse On Tour Dance Convention in Chicago and Las Vegas, as well Peridance Capezio Center, TADA! Theater, and Baruch Performing Arts Center in New York City.  ADC is a proud resident of the Kranzberg Arts Foundation.

VISION

ADC believes that through blending and experimentation, dance reaches new audiences and the individual's appreciation for other forms of dance grows.