Antonio Brown Dance is a NYC-based Dance Company founded in 2013. Composed of performing artists from various cultural and training backgrounds, blending movement aesthetics of Contemporary, Modern, Ballet, Jazz, African, and HipHop to share stories of human behaviors and push boundaries of social and political topics in today's climate. ABD aims to bring its versatile audiences closer to dance and movement with unique performance works. The company has created and performed various works around the US including IABD (International Association of Blacks in Dance), Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Open Air Series; 10th Annual Pepatian Bronx Artists Now: APAP Showcase, NYU Tisch, CPR (Center for Performance Research) presented by 651 Arts, Cleveland State University, Gallim Dance, The Grier School Gala Concert, Earl Mosley's Diversity of Dance & Hearts of Men, Manhattan Movement Arts Center, Kelly Strayhorn Theatre, White Wave Rising Series & Dumbo Dance Festival, and the Martin Luther King Day of Dance Celebration in Hartford, Connecticut and many more.

 

In addition to ABD’s performances, the company has also embarked on residencies across the US such as; Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School & Camp, NYU Tisch, Arts on Site, Tri-C Performing Arts Dance Academy, Attack Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA and at Cleveland State University. The company is always so grateful to be sharing their gifts and talents to the world.