The Migration: Reflections on Jacob Lawrence returns to the DC stage – Step Afrika! opens an exhibit at the National Museum of African American History and Culture – the 6th annual Step Afrika!’s Magical Musical Holiday Step Show – Stepping into 72 schools…and much, much more…
“Wow, what an incredible season! I am so proud of Step Afrika!’s artists, staff, Board and supporters for making our 22nd season such an amazing success. As you read the following pages you will see just how much Step Afrika!’s impact has grown locally, nationally and globally since I first started the Company in 1994.” C. Brian Williams, Founder and Executive Director
“What I love most about Step Afrika! are the diverse audiences and communities in which we perform. I created the Company to bring an appreciation for stepping to people (especially young students) everywhere. I know that artistic and cultural diversity are important to you too. Your support is what allows us to reach so many…” C. Brian Williams, Founder and Executive Director
2013 was a great year for Step Afrika! at home and abroad. The Company continued its growth in performances and arts education. Step Afrika! now ranks as one of the 10 largest African American dance companies in the nation today and the largest African-American arts organization in Washington DC.
2012 was a strong year for the company with incredible performances opportunities worldwide, thousands of young children inspired by our work and a renewed vigor for Step Afrika!’s role on the national and international stage. Step Afrika! now ranks as one of the 10 largest African American dance companies in the nation today, a reality that speaks to our expanding presence both in the dance world and the African American community.