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DSA/Mellon Calls for 2019 Dance Studies Pre-Conference Seminar Participants

Press Release The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Dance Studies Association are excited to announce the Call for Participants for the 2019 DSA/Mellon Pre-Conference Seminar for Emergent Scholars, taking place August 7-8, 2019 at Northwestern University. This pre-conference seminar... Continue Reading →

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Santa Monica Place to Celebrate the Year of the Pig February 16

Due to expected rain this weekend, the 2019 Lunar New Year Celebration at Santa Monica Place has been rescheduled from February 2 to February 16.    Press Release Santa Monica Place commemorates the Year of the Pig with its annual Lunar... Continue Reading →

National YoungArts Foundation Announces Regional Programs in Los Angeles, Miami and New York

National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) today announces tickets on sale for the YoungArts Miami 2019 public performances, alongside details of the organization’s regional programs in Miami, Los Angeles and New York impacting 710 young artists from across the country. YoungArts regional... Continue Reading →

Long Beach State State University Re-Engineers ‘The Nutcracker’ Ballet with 3D

Audiences viewing Long Beach Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker can look forward to witnessing new special effects, thanks to the work of people within the College of Engineering at Long Beach State University. “Adding this sophistication to it is going... Continue Reading →

Oregon Ballet Theatre Now Accepting Dancer Submissions For 2019/2020 Season

Oregon Ballet Theatre is seeking professional classical dancers to fill positions at all levels within the company for the exciting 2019/2020 Season. OBT’s repertory includes classical full-length ballets and repertory productions featuring new and iconic works from Resident Choreographer Nicolo... Continue Reading →

Short & Sweet Hollywood Festival Finalists Encores Start October 18

Short+Sweet is the world’s biggest little festival, presenting short worksfor stage, film and dance in thirty cities across nine countries. The closing weekend of the Short+Sweet Hollywood festival will present the crème de la crème as the finalists compete for... Continue Reading →

OSCA To Host Dance Pros Debbie Allen and Carrie Ann Inaba at National Arts Schools Network Conference

In a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) society, how can we help children who love the arts best contribute to the needs of a 21st-century economy – and therefore ensure them a successful future? Orange County School of the... Continue Reading →

Care2 Petition Calls for the New York City Ballet to Hire Its First Female Artistic Director

Following recent sexual assault and harassment allegations against the New York City Ballet, a new Care2 petition is calling on the organization to hire its first female artistic director. The Care2 petition has gathered over 10,000 signatures since launching. View... Continue Reading →

Princess Grace Foundation USA Announces 2018 Theater, Dance and Film Winners – ‘Fun Home’ Director and L.A. Dance Project Among Recipients

Press Release The Princess Grace Foundation-USA (PGF-USA) has announced the winners of the 2018 Princess Grace Awards. The Awards will be presented at the annual Princess Grace Awards Gala and continue the legacy of Princess Grace (Kelly) of Monaco, who... Continue Reading →

It’s a World of Theater, A World of Hollywood Fringe!

By Matt Ritchey The Hollywood Fringe Festival has ended. After four weeks and almost 400 shows, it closes down for another year… unless you count the Encore Awards which keeps a large handful of shows running through July in case... Continue Reading →

Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University Announces 2018-19 Season

Press Release For its third season since opening in 2016, Musco Center for the Arts at Chapman University is thinking big, with iconic stars of opera, dance, theatre, and classical music whose performances and master classes complement and enhance what... Continue Reading →

HFF18 ‘I Came To Make Noise’, reviewed

by Matt Ritchey The title isn’t fooling around – this production came to make some NOISE! A blend of hip-hop, spoken word, live beatboxing and singing, I Came To Make Noise is a Fringe Scholarship-winning production focusing on feminism and... Continue Reading →

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