Group 10 Dance Nation by Clare Barron
Patricia H. Goodson, she/they, patriciahgoodson.com, email@example.com
Meagan Beattie, she/hermeaganbeattie.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of dancers are preparing for the big dance competition in Tampa this year. Their fears, hopes, and anxieties manifest in ways both real and imaginative, crafting a story of coming to grips with the horror and beauty of young women growing up in the world today.
“I rode the wave, Like I always knew how to ride the wave, And others kept falling along the way, But I kept riding, Til I was alone.”