Dancer Spotlight: Mary Mattmann

In the college town of Athens, Georgia, our director Charlotte began to cook up ideas for a contemporary dance company that would inspire change by presenting social and political opinion through movement. She shared this idea with close friend and dance peer in the University of Georgia dance program, Mary Mattmann. “I knew it was… [Continue Reading]

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Foster-Schmidt Cotillion Class and Spring Fling

SIDEWAYS Director Charlotte Foster Williamson is  passionate about making dance accessible to all students, and expanded the programming this spring by adding a cotillion style class for students with special needs.  This past February and March, a co-ed class of six students participated in the cotillon class that ended with a Spring Fling! “In the FS… [Continue Reading]

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Once Upon A Holiday 2015 Recap!

The holiday season officially started last week when SIDEWAYS performed Once Upon a Holiday at Blessed Trinity Catholic High School. It is always exciting to see our favorite characters return to the stage and bring holiday cheer to the Roswell audience.  The beautiful lighting and extravagant sets create a wonderful mood for the dancers and the audience.… [Continue Reading]

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Our History

Since 2006, SIDEWAYS, based in Atlanta, has been inspiring audiences to question their perspectives. SIDEWAYS repertory presents dance focused on real human emotion and our relationship with others. Concerts flow from one piece to the next without a blackout, taking the audience on an emotional journey.

Our Performances

SIDEWAYS boldly and maturely has addressed themes of drug abuse, physical and sexual violence, love, death, women's rights, inequality, and family. SIDEWAYS presents two full-lengths concerts each season in the Atlanta Area, as well as guest performances across the southeast.

Communication

SIDEWAYS believes that through dance, we are able to express emotions not easily expressed by words. For this reason, SIDEWAYS partners with local Atlanta area schools and organizations to present "Everyone is an Artist" to teach young people how to communicate through dance.