We are a family of visual storytellers, passionate about our mission . . .

Le Chambon in the Holocaust:
A Conspiracy of Goodness

Saturday, June 10th at 7:00 pm
Sunday, June 11th at 7:00 pm
11355 Sheridan Blvd, Westminster, CO 80020

Join us for an evening of story-telling as we perform an
inspiring true story about the village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, a
village of less than 3,000 that saved nearly 5,000 people, mostly
children, during the Holocaust. Our show will feature the musical
talent of multi-Grammy award-winning singer, Michelle DeYoung,
who will be performing live. The story will be told through a variety
of artistic media including dance, spoken word, and visual arts.

Storyline is based on the book ‘Lest innocent blood be shed’ by
Philip Hallie.

“The Holocaust was storm, lightning, thunder, wind, rain, yes.
And Le Chambon was the rainbow.”

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Our Mission

“. . . to stand in the ashes of the barn burned down, and point to the moon, one foot in suffering, one foot in hope.”

Our Story

The Hebrew verb Chadash comes from a primitive root word that means to be new; to rebuild, renew, repair and restore.  Chadash launched in 2016 and is a professional company, based in the Denver area, passionate about its mission.  We tell stories through well-crafted dance and other media, to cultivate renewal, reparation and restoration in a broken world.  We want to honestly acknowledge the world as it is, and as hope-bearers, through the aesthetic of dance, engage in the conversation of what it can be.  Through transcendent, human choreography and art that cuts to the heart, is thought provoking and soul-stirring, we “stand in the ashes of the barn burned down, and point to the moon, one foot in suffering, one foot in hope.”

“I said to my soul, be still, and wait . . . So the darkness shall be the light, and the stillness the dancing.”

T. S. Eliot

Meet our Team

Chadash is made up of some of the most talented and beautiful humans on this planet.

Artistic Staff

Family of Dancers

Artistic Collaborators

The Chadash Family is and will forever be grateful to have been given the gift of Judi Daniels. She will always be an inspiration to us, a reminder of the opportunity to choose joy, courage, and hope. She will continue to live on through her husband Craig, family, friends, all the many who she chose to invest and pour herself into, even until the very end. She will also live on through Chadash, the company that she helped create and loved, in every story we tell, every movement we dance, even in the very air we breathe.

If you would like to donate to Chadash in her memory, please click HERE.