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REDCAT Announces 15th Fall Season: Vital Artists at a Crucial Time

REDCAT, CalArts’ downtown center for contemporary arts, raises the stakes in 2017 with a bold international program of daring and provocative artists who confront the most vital issues of our time. Artists from around the world are using the REDCAT... Continue Reading →

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The Wallis Launches New Season of Dance

Since its opening in Fall 2013, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts (The Wallis) has presented several of the world’s top dance companies including Martha Graham, Matthew Bourne, Twyla Tharp, Paul Taylor, Jessica Lange, José Limón, Daniel Ezralow... Continue Reading →

“Ballerinas and Cowboys” – Michael Gorman Solo Show Opens in L.A.

The Lurie Gallery in collaboration with Platform44 is exhibiting Michael Gorman's long awaited one-man show, Ballerinas and Cowboys, in its newest location in Beverly Hills. The exhibition opening is Saturday August 12th from 6 - 10pm and will continue until Saturday... Continue Reading →

Flawless Moments at Koslova 2017 Ballet Competition

by Carlos Stafford The judges were ready, the dancers came with energy to burn, and after four days of intense competition the cream rose to the top. By any estimation, the field of dancers who gathered at Symphony Space gave... Continue Reading →

Gia #HFF17 Billy…From Como to Homo Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Lynne Jassem has definitely pulled out the stops this year with a re-do of her 2016 Hollywood Fringe production Billy...From Como to Homo and it's all in the timing. Hurray! Noticeably shortened in... Continue Reading →

Kaskade Tribute To Powerful Women

Three-time Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival veteran and multi GRAMMY® Award-nominated singer, songwriter, producer, remixer and musician, Kaskade is a titan in the dance music world, and a groundbreaking innovator in the music industry. Kaskade's version of the iconic... Continue Reading →

NYC Ballet’s Beguiling ‘Cage’

Reviewed by Carlos Stafford There's always a beguiling question in dance: how is it that two performers with the identical choreography and music, of equal talents, appear to convey such different nuances and meanings? The answer seems no less satisfying,... Continue Reading →

Andrew Winghart Unleashes a ‘River of Women’

Critically acclaimed Los Angeles-based contemporary dance choreographer, Andrew Winghart, released his newest body of work entitled Cry Me A River to the Justin Timberlake song by the same name - Just in time for the famed pop-star’s birthday. Using a... Continue Reading →

Gia #Hff16 Reviews: Metamorphosis

Reviewed by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move It's Complicated. You are the household's sole income and the cure to your family's debt (which won't be paid for another 5 years). You've never missed a day of work and you... Continue Reading →

Millenials Trade In Drugs and Alcohol for Oxygen at The Music Festival Scene

Endless Summer dancing, drinking and blazing in congested, smoke-filled air; it's the ultimate concert experience, until now. Festival-goers are trading in their plastic cups and lighters for a pure, more energizing alternative to drugs and alcohol with a trending wellness... Continue Reading →

Bonus Tracks for the Weekend: I Feel Like Dancin’

“All I want to do is lift you up right now…” SUMif

Here's what we think you should be listening to this week. And accidental find while reviewing several artists from our submissions, SUMif is the electro-pop moniker of Steph Wells, who traded in her acoustic guitars for midi controllers in hopes... Continue Reading →

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