March 17 Community Showcase


DC, Maryland, and Virginia Artists Unite for a commUNITY Showcase


Contact: Hilary Tone, Communications Coordinator

(Washington, DC) MARCH 11, 2018 – Capitol Movement Inc. (CMI) is pleased to announce that more than seven local artists will unite for an arts CommUNITY Showcase on Saturday, March 17 at the Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center in Silver Spring, MD. The featured artists represent various styles of dance and musical arts from Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, DC.

Capitol Movement is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit organization seeking to build better lives through dance. In addition to boasting a Professional Dance Company, a Pre-Professional Company, and Kidz Program, CMI raises scholarship money for DC-area youth and provides free dance classes and performances to public school children. The Professional Dance Company recently returned from a 10-day military appreciation tour with Armed Forces Entertainment, performing for US troops stationed in Kuwait, Bahrain, and Djibouti. This marked their seventh tour overseas.

Capitol Movement is honored to share the stage with so many local talents, including:

  • Bowen McCauley Dance Company
  • Dr. Badlove and the Remedies
  • Future Shock DC
  • Gracie’s Guys and Gals
  • Motion X Dance
  • NishoSoul

“DC has a thriving arts community, including some incredible music and dance artists,” said Stephanie Jojokian, Director and Co-Founder of CMI. “We host this community showcase not only to share our love of dance with the DMV area, but to boost other local artists who have extraordinary talent.”

This marks CMI’s second CommUNITY Showcase after hosting the inaugural performance in June 2016 at Woodrow Wilson High School in Washington, DC. Tickets can be purchased here on the Capitol Movement website.

Saturday, March 17, 2018, 7:00-8:30 PM

Capitol Movement and Special Guests

Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center
7995 Georgia Ave
Silver Spring, MD 20910

Press interested in more information, including interviews, photos, or videos, are encouraged to email the Capitol Movement Communications Coordinator at


Capitol Movement’s (CMI) Mission is to build better lives through dance. CMI provides programs and opportunities for all dancers, regardless of socioeconomic barriers, through studio classes, workshops, outreach, scholarships, and a variety of community engagements. Follow Capitol Movement on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Follow Mackenize Testa on all social media @mackenzietesta.