July 28th, 2018: "Waves" at Riverfront Recapture
This free performance was a part of National Dance Day 2018. The choreographic artists that presented work were Ashely Carter & Vanessa Martinez de Banos of Double Take Dance, Uma Shannon, Kristen Schranze, Jane Krantz, Rosanna Karabestos, Fran Fuller and Kristen Delillo.
May 6th, 2018: Hog River Brewing
The dancers surrounded the brewery highlighting work of various female choreographers (in collaboration with dancers). Choreographers included Dot Armstrong, Betsy McMillan, Rosanna Karabetsos, Sheila Huggins, Meghan Dodd, Frances Fuller, Alice Halter, Emory Campbell, and Kirsten Schranze.
February 1st, 2018: Art After Dark at the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum
The Dance Collective paired 5 female choreographers with 5 female vocalists, set up in different sections of the museum. The artists who presented work were Lydia McClain, Jessica Ray, Mary Corso, Aliza Russell, Marjorie Gross, Asha Potter, Meredith Rose, Gwendolyn Gussman, Gabrielle Lakshmi, and Ali Kenner Brodsky.
December 31st, 2017: Year's End Hartford
The Dance Collective joins funk band Harsh Armadillo for a New Years Eve event at The Dirt Salon in Hartford, CT. Jillian Foley and Jane Krantz perform a duet choreographer by Kirsten Schranze as well as Kayla Hamilton performing a solo by Chris Ralph.
November 5, 2017: Hog River Brewing
The dancers surrounded the brewery highlighting work of various female choreographers and dancers including Jillian Foley, Jane Krantz, Katie Bittner, Abigail Corr, Marjorie Gross, Sheila Huggins, Frances Fuller, Meghan Dodd, and Dana Mazurowski.
November 4, 2017: 5x5 Dance Festival
Jillian Foley and Marjorie Gross presented their duet "23rd Street" at The 15th annual 5x5 Dance Festival in Hartford, CT.
September 23, 2017: Arts On Site Performance Party
Jillian Foley and Marjorie Gross presented their duet "23rd Street" at Arts On Site in New York City on Saturday, September 23rd, 2017.
July 7, 2017: "She" at Proctors Theatre
“She” highlighted work of various female choreographers and dancers from across the United States. A bill consisting of solos, duets, and group performances; dancers took the stage, conveying themes of empowerment, strength, and more. The choreographic artists that presented work are Elizabeth Coker, Hannah Myers, Emory Campbell & Alex Bittner, Marjorie Gross & Jillian Foley, and Kirsten Schranze.