Ahmad Simmons


A new dance video from the 'American Dance Machine for the 21st Century' has been released.

In light of the Covid pandemic, the 'COOL' lyrics have never meant more to the Broadway community.
The film's director Joshua Bergasse said:

"It's quite an honor to work with the original Jerome Robbins choreography for "Cool," which I find so magnificent and dynamic. And in addition, to work with these brilliant dancers at these exciting locations around New York City was truly thrilling."

In anticipation of the upcoming film adaptation of the 1957 musical, West Side Story directed By Steven Spielberg (which premieres Dec. 10th), this stunning dance production is sure to excite fans worldwide. ADM21 is releasing the video in honor of Josh Bergasse's birthday on March 6th.

Viewers of the film can donate to American Dance Machine at www.adm21.org/cool. Twenty percent of all funds raised by the film will be donated equally to The Actors Fund and The Black Theatre Coalition.

The new production follows the success of ADM21 first virtual video, "The Music and the Mirror" from A Chorus Line, which was viewed over 50,000 times worldwide since its release on December 17th. These videos are bringing hope and awareness to an industry hit hard during the pandemic.

"The Music and the Mirror" video can still be viewed here.
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