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  • Justin Jones

    published December 24, 2008

    Choreographer Justin Jones doesn't need much in the way of props or costumes to travel back in time. His show Pinhead Sings Hello Life,... More >>

  • The Dance Film Project

    published December 10, 2008

    John Koch and Cinema Revolution are planning to celebrate the independent DVD rental store's fifth anniversary with a celebration of choreography... More >>

  • Zenon Dance Company: The Nutcracker According to Mother Goose

    published December 10, 2008

    Zenon Dance Company continues its holiday performance tradition this year with a whimsical twist on The Nutcracker Suite as seen through... More >>

  • Lar Lubovitch

    published December 3, 2008

    For 40 years, Lar Lubovitch has been creating movement that is as smooth and rich as butterscotch candy. Primarily known as a modern dance... More >>

  • TU Dance

    published November 19, 2008

    The O'Shaughnessy Auditorium is ample, and few local companies can really command the space, but TU Dance, led by Uri Sands and Toni Pierce-Sands... More >>

  • Royal Winnipeg Ballet

    published November 5, 2008

    Although nearing its 70th anniversary, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet is young at heart, with a diverse repertory and energetic company members. While... More >>

  • Jon Ferguson Theater & Ktron: George Orwell's Animal Farm

    published October 29, 2008

    Director Jon Ferguson has mad skills when it comes to finding the unexpected in familiar stories. His latest endeavor involves George Orwell's... More >>

  • Ballet of the Dolls: Born to be Alive

    published October 22, 2008

    If ever a dance group was destined to recreate the highs and lows of the disco dance floor, it's the Ballet of the Dolls. Their new work Born... More >>

  • Arena Dances: Dancin' with Ethel

    published October 22, 2008

    Choreographer Mathew Janczewski's Dancin' with Ethel at the Truckstop combines his sleek modern-dance sensibility with music from the... More >>

  • Zorongo Flamenco Dance Theatre

    published October 15, 2008

    Flamenco, the product of several cultural sources, from the Gypsies of Spain's Andalusia region to the Arab world, relies on a rich history, but... More >>

  • Victoria Marks: Not About Iraq

    published October 8, 2008

    Can dance be a vehicle for social change, a tool for justice, or at least a means for reconciling a messed-up world with our equally complicated... More >>

  • Compañia Flamenco José Porcel

    published October 1, 2008

    Seville is one of Spain's most important flamenco centers. Walk down its narrow, winding streets and you're liable to run into a flamenco... More >>

  • Copperhead: Brutal Beauty

    published September 17, 2008

    Violent crime is so common that even if you've never experienced it directly, you probably know someone who has. It's omnipresent in the news,... More >>

  • Derive 2

    published August 20, 2008

    The Republican National Convention is upon us, so there's no better time to consider Samuel Beckett's short play What Where, which... More >>

  • Arturo Miles & Collective Dance Co.: Elements in Translation/Revolution

    published August 20, 2008

    Hip-hop choreographer and Collective member Arturo Miles is calling for a revolution this weekend, at least within the walls of Patrick's Cabaret.... More >>

  • Co-Motion: Emerging Twin Cities Dance Artists Make a Scene

    published August 6, 2008

    Fatigued by the Fringe fanatics or just looking for an opportunity to see fresh work from emerging choreographers? Take a trip to downtown St.... More >>

  • Momentum: New Dance Works

    published July 23, 2008

    The second week of the Walker Art Center's annual summer series featuring up-and-coming choreographers pairs up two gutsy movers: Eddie Oroyan and... More >>

  • Momentum: New Dance Works

    published July 16, 2008

    Each July the Walker Art Center features four emerging choreographers in a two-week celebration of new work from a fresh perspective. Chris... More >>

  • Artery 24

    published July 2, 2008

    Can't get enough art? Well, some 30 local, national, and international artists are slated to perform over the course of a 24-hour performance... More >>

  • Meredith Monk and Ann Hamilton: Songs of Ascension

    published June 11, 2008

    Meredith Monk is a pioneer who has transformed music, dance, theater, opera, and film, but after more than 40 years at work it's clear that she... More >>

  • Anaya Dance Theatre: Daak: Call to Action

    published June 11, 2008

    The subject of land rights is emotionally charged, steeped in history defined by conquest, corruption, and colonialism. In this second work of a... More >>

  • Back to Back Theatre: Small Metal Objects

    published June 4, 2008

    Australia's Back to Back Theatre challenges notions of public art on several levels. The ensemble's "Small Metal Objects" has been performed in... More >>

  • Film Highlight: The Rape of Europa

    published May 28, 2008

    THE RAPE OF EUROPAEdina Cinema, starts FridayAside from being responsible for the Holocaust and... More >>

  • Ballet of the Dolls: Rite of Spring

    published May 28, 2008

    Ninety-five years ago this month, Igor Stravinsky premiered his groundbreaking composition, "The Rite of Spring," in Paris. It caused a near-riot... More >>

  • Godless

    published May 14, 2008

    It's hard to avoid organized religion these days. It's used as a bludgeon in the presidential race, a tool to undermine academic freedom, and a... More >>

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