Season 1

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance A Praise Dance for Oakland

If Cities Could Dance

A Praise Dance for Oakland

Frankie Lee Peterson III draws inspiration from the Town's African-American history.

A Praise Dance for Oakland

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance Voguing on the Streets of San Francisco

If Cities Could Dance

Voguing on the Streets of San Francisco

San Francisco's LGBTQ community reshapes the vogue balls of 1970s Harlem

Voguing on the Streets of San Francisco

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance Poppin' With San Jose's Playboyz Inc.

If Cities Could Dance

Poppin' With San Jose's Playboyz Inc.

In this East San Jose style, arms move and lock, while feet glide across the pavement

Poppin' With San Jose's Playboyz Inc.

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance A Queer Circus Flies Over Portland

If Cities Could Dance

A Queer Circus Flies Over Portland

Aerialist Jack StockLynn's choreographed "dance in the sky" defies gender roles.

A Queer Circus Flies Over Portland

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance A Duet Through a Rarely Seen Los Angeles

If Cities Could Dance

A Duet Through a Rarely Seen Los Angeles

Imagine a version of 'La La Land' filmed amongst the lesser-known landmarks of LA

A Duet Through a Rarely Seen Los Angeles

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance The High Energy Footwork of Baltimore Club

If Cities Could Dance

The High Energy Footwork of Baltimore Club

Moves like the "crazy legs" and the "spongebob" came out of the city's 90s nightclub scene

The High Energy Footwork of Baltimore Club

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance High-Stepping Moves on New Orleans' Second Line Parades

If Cities Could Dance

High-Stepping Moves on New Orleans' Second Line Parades

In New Orleans, Sunday parades fill the streets with joyful dancing and brass bands.

High-Stepping Moves on New Orleans' Second Line Parades

Video thumbnail: If Cities Could Dance Dancing to Reclaim Historic Detroit

If Cities Could Dance

Dancing to Reclaim Historic Detroit

A fourth-generation Detroit resident uses historic landmarks to frame her movement

Dancing to Reclaim Historic Detroit

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