Salons are a wonderful opportunity to experience live performances by Word Dance Theater's dancers, musicians, poets, playwrights, and actors in charming and informal settings. Designed for audiences of 100 people or less, Word Dance Theater Salons include a performance along with a post-performance question-and-answer session. This format gives audience members an opportunity to ask questions and visit with the artists in a more intimate environment. Salons can be performed in venues such as museums, embassies and even private homes. Each salon is customized and curated for the space in which it is presented.

A magical performance in a magical space. A memorable evening!
— Shimon and Elia Finkelstein, Villa Elia

Photo by William Calvin Lee

Photo by William Calvin Lee


"It was such a joy and an honor to have your presence and wonderful performance."
– M. Zoie Lafis, Director of Administration, Center for Hellenic Studies

"Went to this dance show tonight. I enjoyed every minute. Very inspiring and moving. I'm so glad I came! Cynthia Word is amazing!"
– Hannah LaFrance at Movement in Sound and Space with Brian Ganz at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis

“At the German Historical Institute’s opening of “Visions of Beauty,” an exhibition of photographs by Arnold Genthe, Word Dance contributed a selection of beautiful Duncan dances. Isadora Duncan and her dancers had been a favorite subject of Genthe’s camera, and seeing these dances so gracefully performed live by Cynthia Word and Ingrid Zimmer in front of the backdrop of the photographs was a real treat for the audience, adding a perfect touch to the evening.”
– Jessica Csoma, German Historical Institute

“What a wonderful program!  The feedback from the audience was all extremely positive.  It was clear that they all enjoyed, and benefited from, your program.”
- Michelle Clair, Corcoran Gallery of Art

“Thank you all for an incredibly beautiful performance on Friday.   I heard many comments afterwards from people who were simply awed by your work. “
- Sonya Sutton, St. Albans Church