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Dance

Dance Theatre of Harlem

Dance Theatre of Harlem continues its founder’s tradition of breaking new artistic ground

By Katherine Pioli
POSTED // Mar 3,2014 - As the curtain rises on the Kingsbury Hall stage March 6, two company members from the Dance Theatre of Harlem will stand ready to perform one of the most famous duets in modern ballet: the pas de deux from Agon.

Dance

Bboy Federation: They Reminisce

Bboy Federation moves from battles to history

By Brian Staker
POSTED // Jan 6,2014 - The local nonprofit dance group Bboy Federation took its name from one of the first dance styles that emerged during the early days of hip-hop in the late ’70s: Bboys or “Break boys” would dance to the instrumental “break” of a record. The Bboy Federation arose in 2009 from the “X-series,” a number of dance exhibitions begun by James “Pyro” Karren and Joshua “Text” Perkins.

Dance

Ballet West's The Firebird

Company celebrates 50th with historic classic

By Katherine Pioli
POSTED // Nov 4,2013 - When Ballet West takes the stage at Kingsbury Hall to open the 2013-2014 season, it will mark 50 years since the company first began ...

Dance

NOW ID

New dance company to put on The Wedding

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jul 22,2013 - After more than a decade at the artistic helm of Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Denmark native Charlotte Boye-Christensen is eager to flex both her choreographic muscles and wide-ranging artistic sensibility.

Dance

Ririe-Woodbury's "One"

Final show for Charlotte Boye-Christensen

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Apr 23,2013 - In 2002, the energetic and cosmopolitan Charlotte Boye-Christensen decided to accept a job as associate artistic director of Utah’s Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company.

Dance

Ballet West: The Lottery

Onstage drawing heightens the tension

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Oct 29,2012 - Spoiler alert: By the end of the ballet, someone has to die. Not literally, of course; the dancers themselves are quite safe. But anyone familiar with Shirley Jackson’s 1948 classic American short story The Lottery ...

Dance

SB Dance: Of Meat & Marrow

Dancers as "movement sculptures"

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Jun 4,2012 - According to Stephen Brown—the SB in SB Dance—audiences typically get the gist of a dance piece within the first few minutes of watching it.

Dance

Joe Goode Performance Group

'The Rambler': Felt performance

By Jeremy Asay
POSTED // Feb 20,2012 - For many people, contemporary dance is not very accessible. Choreographer Joe Goode knows why.

Dance

Ririe-Woodbury: Momentum

Alumni dance performance returns

By Jacob Stringer
POSTED // Aug 22,2011 - With the arrival of the arts season each fall comes yet another opportunity to be inspired anew, to reinvigorate that drive ...

Dance

Green Dancing: Repertory Dance Theatre

Repertory Dance Theatre’s Green Maps create intuitive layouts of the community.

By Austen Diamond
POSTED // May 5,2010 - When looking at maps, some simply see static icons. Linda Smith, Repertory Dance Theatre (RDT) executive director, sees a springboard for dance...
 
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