Katherine Dunham and the Dances of the African DiasporaS4 Ep6 |East St. Louis’ artists foster African American dance legend Katherine Dunham's legacy.
Hip Hop Dance Legend Rennie Harris Shares Five Major MomentsS4 Ep5 |Hip hop dance legend Rennie Harris highlights notable experiences in his dance career.
Philadelphia’s House Dancers Preserve the Soul of the SceneS4 Ep4 |Like the signature Philly sound, the city has moves with soul.
How Hula Dancers Connect Hawaii’s Past and PresentS4 Ep3 |Hula instructor Snowbird Puananiopaokalani Bento teaches the story behind hula dance.
How Black Roller Skaters Carry Forward LA's Iconic SceneS4 Ep2 |LA Black skaters push the culture forward amidst a pandemic and economic downturn.
Boogaloo: The Dance That Defined Oakland's CultureS3 Ep9 |Originators of Oakland's 1970s funk boogaloo reflect on the birth and impact of the dance
LGBTQ+ Choreographer Amit Patel is Changing Bollywood DanceS3 Ep8 |Dancer Amit Patel is reinventing Bollywood dance for queer expression
J-Setting: From Southern HBCUs to the Clubs of AtlantaS3 Ep7 |The Dance Champz of Atlanta want to take this underground LGBTQ+ dance to the next level.
Zydeco in Houston: Black Cowboys, Trail Rides & Creole RootsS3 Ep6 |Once known as La-la, Zydeco dance and music thrives in Houston
About If Cities Could Dance
Every city has its rhythm—every dancer, their street. Step into the shoes of dancers from across the country who dare to imagine what it would look like if their city could dance. Performing on street corners and other unconventional settings, each episode tells an intimate, personal story about the artists and their deep-rooted connections to community.