About Us

Artistic Director: Jane Franklin
Dancers: Stefanie Quinones Bass, Taryn Packheiser Brown, Emily Crews, Andie Ligon de Vaulx, Carrie Monger, Matthew Rock, Amy Scaringe, Rachael Scaringe
Board of Directors
Laura Lattimer, President
Kathleen Davis, Secretary
Nicole Russo, Treasurer
Kelly Thompson, Recruitment Officer
Waseem Nosair, Quanice Floyd, Dynne Sung, Cori Howard, Lynnette Madsen

Dalton Lamberth, Becca Moon


Jane Franklin Dance creates performance collaborations blending dance with media and visual arts, incorporates active participation in dance by people of all ages; and performs on proscenium stage, outdoors, in galleries and non-traditional sites.


1) Current Projects

2 ) Testimonials for JFD

3 ) Recent Itinerary

4 ) Bio Sheet

5 ) Dance For Older Adults

6 )Dance Education

7) Technical Rider

8 ) Sponsorship Benefits

9 ) 2013 – 14 Annual-Report

10 ) 15-16 Humanities Project





Jane Franklin Dance crosses disciplines in partnership with music, media, visual artists and community participants.  A vibrant part of the Washington DC/Northern Virginia cultural community, Jane Franklin Dance has been presented at multiple venues and festivals and internationally in Mexico. A recipient of the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region Creative Communities Award, Jane has developed innovative and collaborative projects combining dancers with the round wall skateboarding community, with a life size kinetic sculpture, with the architecture of a specific site, with dogs & owners, and with interactive live video and sound for numerous public art projects.  Jane Franklin is a recipient of the American Association of University Women Elizabeth Campbell Award for the Advancement of the Arts in Arlington, and her video work Four Mile Run Footbridge was selected for PHOTO/VIDEO 13: Juried Mid-Atlantic Exhibition.  Jane Franklin Dance has been recognized by Virginia’s Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts. The company tours for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Paul Mellon Arts in Education Program and the Virginia Commission’s Tour Directory.
Collaborative projects have received funding in multiple years from the Virginia Commission, the Alexandria Commission, and the Arlington Commission for the Arts, American Composers Forum – Washington DC Chapter and from foundations including Arlington Community Foundation and Washington Forrest Foundation.   Forty+  and workshops for older adults provide adult dance programming such as free healthy movement workshops at senior centers, classes for active older adults and rare performance opportunities for dancers over age 40.  Performances for children delight young audiences with imaginative storytelling through dance.  Camps provide intensive week-long learning in movement, theatre and visual art. 


Jane Franklin Dance is supported in part by Arlington County through Arlington Cultural Affairs, a division of Arlington Economic Development, and the Arlington Commission for the Arts
by Alexandria Commission for the Arts, by the Virginia Commission for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts; Arlington Senior Recreation and Community Engagement Fund of the Arlington Community Foundation, Washington Forrest Foundation, and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Paul Mellon Arts in Education Program and by individual contributors.Participation in CultureCapital.com is provided through a partnership with Arlington Cultural Affairs 
Jane Franklin Dance is a charity recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS under Section 501(c)(3). Your contribution is deductible for federal income tax purposes.EIN# 74-2179431.