Todd Rosenlieb Dance

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Todd Rosenlieb Dance is a non-profit organization that can only exist as a part of the fabric of our community. Todd Rosenlieb Dance is funded by ticket sales, tuition, grants and tax-deductible contributions from individuals and Corporations.

Todd Rosenlieb Dance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation and your membership is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.
How can you be a part of this organization?

Our Annual Memberships are the perfect giving opportunity for individuals interested in providing ongoing support for our mission. Join today! Your membership is tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law.

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We are always in need of products and goods that help us in the TRDance Center: furniture, dance attire and equipment, and more!

Perhaps the most desirable gift of all is your support of our talented performers. Plan on attending one of our upcoming productions!
We’ve been an integral part of the local performing arts community for years. Your support helps fund innovative, exciting dance productions. It also allows us to continue collborations with other area arts organizations such as the Virginia Symphony and the Virginia Arts Festival.

Your support will help fund a comprehensive dance education program comprised of creative movement, modern dance, ballet, jazz, tap and Pilates.

The TRDance Center is a state-of-the-art facility that offers the community a well-rounded dance environment to dancers of all ages and abilities. Your support assists with operation of this amazing facility and supports its role as a creative force in downtown Norfolk.

Todd Rosenlieb Dance

Dear Friends,

As a valued member of Todd Rosenlieb Dance (TRD), Virginia Ballet Theatre (VBT) and the TRDance Center family, we’re reaching out to you during an unprecedented time of need. We’ve overcome many operational challenges in the past (recessions, natural disasters, etc.), but COVID-19 is uncharted territory for us all.

Our partnership with you through the years, has allowed us to provide an educational, directorial and performance space for students, dancers and choreographers who need to create to be their best selves. And by doing so, many of us have benefited from the magic and transformative power of dance. As performers and audience members we have connected. We have moved, engaged, entertained, laughed and sometimes, cried together.

With the temporary closing of our studio spaces and cancellation of the spring performance calendar for VBT and TRD, we are facing unparalleled operational challenges. We are working hard to recreate the way we do business, but the unexpected closing of TRDance Center has had significant financial implications for our professional dancers, staff, directors, teachers and technical crew. Ticket sales, student classes and Academy tuition accounts for half of our operating budget. The other half is from funding and generous contributions.

Will you consider taking a step to help during this challenging time? Your continued generosity will help sustain our two professional dance companies and the dancers, guest artists and choreographers who create art during these uncertain times.

Here are some ways you can help —

Although our performance season is currently paused, we are now creating ways to connect with our students and audiences in new ways that support social distancing, while still feeding our need to create art and connection. This week we’ve gone LIVE! with a collection of virtual teachings for open and structured classes at Please join us for a session soon. It will do your mind and body good to just dance.

On behalf of our professional staff, dancers and our Board of Directors we thank you in advance for your continued support.

Be safe,

Lisbet Hanson, M.D.
TRDance Board of Directors

Todd Rosenlieb
Founder & Artist Director

Ricardo Melendez
Artistic Director, VBT
Associate Artistic Director, TRDance