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Innocent vs. Monster: A Noise Within’s ‘Frankenstein’

Reviewed by Matt Ritchey There’s a great quote about Mary Shelley’s classic tale Frankenstein: “Knowledge is knowing that Frankenstein is not the monster. Wisdom is knowing that Frankenstein IS the monster.” In the program for A Noise Within’s production of... Continue Reading →

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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 →

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 →

Pasadena Playhouse Celebrates Centennial with an All-Day Playhouse Block Party

Press Release Pasadena Playhouse – State Theatre of California – is celebrating its Centennial in partnership with the Playhouse District Association on Saturday, June 9 with an all day Playhouse Block Party from 12-noon to 10 p.m. on El Molino... Continue Reading →

17th Annual Dance Camera West Film Festival Presents: To The Sea

Press Release Dance Camera West, marking its continued passion for bringing together diverse communities, cultures, and environments to experience dance through the intimate medium of film, along with Jacob Jonas The Company, are thrilled to present the 17th Annual Dance... Continue Reading →

L.A. Dance Project Caps 2017/2018 Season Residency at The Wallis with Three Los Angeles Premieres

Press Release L.A. Dance Project, led by Artistic Director Benjamin Millepied and the first Company-in-Residence at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, concludes its successful residency with three compelling Los Angeles premieres in a three-night engagement, Thursday through... Continue Reading →

58th Annual FREE L.A. County Holiday Celebration

Join hosts Marisa Ramirez (Blue Bloods) and Brian White (Ray Donovan, Chicago Fire) for the Emmy® Award-winning 58th Annual L.A. County Holiday Celebration, Sunday, December 24 from 3-6pm. Music ensembles, choirs and dance companies from the many neighborhoods and cultures... 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 →

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 →

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