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Bowen McCauley Dance (The Kennedy Center)

Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance (BMD) is a contemporary dance company founded in 1996 by Lucy Bowen McCauley. Over the years this Arlington, Virginia based company has become known for presenting the finest dancers that the area has to offer in sophisticated and refined dance productions. The company has become known for the quirkiness, offbeat humor, and exuberantly uncodified movement of its founder. The company receives ongoing support from the Arlington County Cultural Affairs Division and the Arlington Arts Commission.BMD has energized broadly diverse audiences with inventive and vibrant choreography - a fusion of contemporary and classical techniques set to a sweeping range of musical styles for the past 16 years.

Watch Past Performances

Bowen McCauley Dance 12/11/12: Bowen McCauley Dance

The company fuses contemporary and classical techniques set to a sweeping range of musical styles, featuring spirited dancers and choreography by Artistic Director Lucy Bowen McCauley.

Bowen McCauley Dance

The company fuses contemporary and classical techniques set to a sweeping range of musical styles, featuring spirited dancers and choreography by Artistic Director Lucy Bowen McCauley.
Bowen McCauley Dance 11/15/09: Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance (BMD) presents an evening of world premiere performances: in Novelletten No. 8, BMD’s professional company dances to Robert Schumann’s enchanting piano score; in If I Can’t Dance, Dance for PD (BMD’s outreach program for people with Parkinson Disease and their caregivers ), participants take the stage for the first time; and in Mambozart, Kenmore Junior Company (BMD’s outreach program for students at Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, Virginia) showcases a new energetic work that demonstrates the youthful joy of dance.

Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance (BMD) presents an evening of world premiere performances: in Novelletten No. 8, BMD’s professional company dances to Robert Schumann’s enchanting piano score; in If I Can’t Dance, Dance for PD (BMD’s outreach program for people with Parkinson Disease and their caregivers ), participants take the stage for the first time; and in Mambozart, Kenmore Junior Company (BMD’s outreach program for students at Kenmore Middle School in Arlington, Virginia) showcases a new energetic work that demonstrates the youthful joy of dance.
Lucy Bowen McCauley Dance 11/19/06: Lucy Bowen McCauley Dance

Formed by Artistic Director Lucy Bowen McCauley in 1996, the company’s repertoire ranges from lyrical to pointe-work to highly physical dances.

Lucy Bowen McCauley Dance

Formed by Artistic Director Lucy Bowen McCauley in 1996, the company’s repertoire ranges from lyrical to pointe-work to highly physical dances.
Bowen McCauley Dance 11/2/05: Bowen McCauley Dance

Founded in 1996 by Lucy Bowen McCauley, this group blends modern dance and ballet with wit, energy, and sensuality.

Bowen McCauley Dance

Founded in 1996 by Lucy Bowen McCauley, this group blends modern dance and ballet with wit, energy, and sensuality.
Bowen McCauley Dance 6/17/04: Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance, founded in 1996 by Lucy Bowen McCauley, blends modern dance and ballet with wit, energy, and sensuality.

Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance, founded in 1996 by Lucy Bowen McCauley, blends modern dance and ballet with wit, energy, and sensuality.
Bowen McCauley Dance 6/2/02: Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance, director Lucy Bowen McCauley, blends modern dance and ballet with energy, sensuality and strong musicality.

Bowen McCauley Dance

Bowen McCauley Dance, director Lucy Bowen McCauley, blends modern dance and ballet with energy, sensuality and strong musicality.
Dances for 1, 2, 3 and More 7/19/00: Dances for 1, 2, 3 and More

Laura Shandelmeier, Joseph Mills & Mary Buckley, Bowen-McCauley Dance, and Mim Rosen perform Dances for One, Two, Three and More.

Dances for 1, 2, 3 and More

Laura Shandelmeier, Joseph Mills & Mary Buckley, Bowen-McCauley Dance, and Mim Rosen perform Dances for One, Two, Three and More.

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