Nia’s Daughters Movement Collective, founded in 2018 by Stacey Allen, is a multigenerational group of like-minded black women dance and multidisciplinary artists with the mission to create and support art and wellness initiatives through the lens of Black women and girls. Nia’s Daughters was organized to perform culturally competent dance works. Nia’s Daughters Movement Collective received a Congressional Recognition for their mission-aligned work. The organization has grown to be a hub for artistic expression across disciplines and a place where collaboration thrives. Since its founding, Nia’s Daughters has evolved from occupying less traditional theater spaces and forged into more multidisciplinary art spaces while remaining committed to telling the stories of Black women and girls. They offer a wide range of programs including live dance theater productions, interactive storytimes, talks, lectures, and master classes. Their most requested programs include the performance of ‘The Fairytale Project,’ and storytime of their book ‘A Little Optimism Goes A Long Way.’ Learn more about their offerings at Photo by Keda Sharber of Images by Papillion.

Additional information



Contact name

Stacey Allen

Contact address

14114 Hiram Clarke Rd. Houston TX 77045

Phone 1



Public Performance

$1, 000 – $4, 000

School performance

$750 – $2, 500

Workshop fees

$500 – $2, 500

Travel per diem lodging

$0 – $300


Missouri City


Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, Libraries, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Smaller, Unplugged, Very Large

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