Dance New Amsterdam has received its fourth stay—until September 27—on its scheduled eviction proceedings, the New York City-based dance education and presentation group has announced.
DNA and its landlord, Fram Realty, have been working to agree on rental terms. Meanwhile, the organization says it is also working with elected officials and the Department of Cultural Affairs as it cuts expenses and seeks resource-sharing and business partnerships and foundation grants.
DNA is also gearing up for its fall, season, which kicks off September 9 to 12 with Art/Family/Our Lives: I Ka Nye with Nora Chipaumire, Souleymane Badolo, and Obo Addy. The work is part of DNA’s International Program highlighting contemporary African dance. For details, visit www.dnadance.org.