Three Score Dance is a touring company of 20 dancers aged 60+. They commission brand new work from interesting choreographers and take on commissions and perform in unusual places. They also run an active programme of classes and education workshops for other older dancers and non-dancers! 

Three Score Dance performing ‘You Can’t Miss Me’ by Ben Duke in Lifetime 2016

Clearcut is currently acting as Producer for this relatively new development in their company – from community group to professional quality touring company. The project – A New Beginning – was conceived and fundraised for by Clearcut and we continue to manage the project, develop partnerships and tour book for A New Beginning. 

Clearcut is currently acting as Producer for this relatively new development in their company – from community group to professional quality touring company. The project – A New Beginning – was conceived and fundraised for by Clearcut and we continue to manage the project, develop partnerships and tour book for A New Beginning. 

The choreographers for the tour are Ben Duke (Lost Dog), Jose Agudo, Jason Keenan-Smith and we are in discussion with Israeli-based choreographer Galit Liss.

To lead the project Kyla works closely with Artistic Director Jason Keenan-Smith and Founded member Christina Thompson. 

Tour dates for 2019/20 will be announced in late summer 2019.

Click here to find out more about Three Score Dance Company

To discuss a performance, workshop or project with Three Score please contact kyla[at]weareclearcut.com

Three Score creating new work ‘Return’ with Jose Agudo in October 2018

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