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Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre Presents “The Little Match Girl”

Based on the 1845 holiday classic by Hans Christian Anderson, the Pacific Ballet Dance Theatre presented The Little Match Girl at the El Portal...

The Assembly Presents IV.

There is something wonderful happening in Orange County and it is called The Assembly, a dance company comprised of six highly skilled female dancers...

De Keersmaeker’s Obsession Driven “Verklärte Nacht “

Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Rosas offered a revised, spare Verklärte Nacht on the CAP UCLA retrospective program. Rosas, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker’s iconic company,...

Donna Sternberg & Dancers Present “What’s Next”

According to Wikipedia, in 1981 the Culver City Ivy Substation was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Formerly a power station that...

L.A. Contemporary Dance Company Presents “SE4SONS”

The L.A. Contemporary Dance Company premiered SE4SONS this weekend at the intimate, ninety-nine seat Atwater Village Theatre in Glendale. With choreography by Mecca Vazie...

Misty Copeland: The Ballet Star and Her Marketing Juggernaut Are Everywhere

The latest addition to the Misty Copeland juggernaut was last week’s announcement that she will be co-producing with FOX a ballet-themed series modeled to...

Lifetime Achievement Award for Rudy Perez

Rudy Perez is considered by many to be the inventor of Experimental Dance and along with his solo work with the Judson Church Theater...

Hubbard Street + The Second City’s “The Art of Falling”

On Friday night the Ahmanson Theater was filled with excitement, awe, laughter and a thunderous standing ovation at the conclusion of Hubbard Street +...

Making Dance Work In LA – Part 3

After making the decision to form a dance company, incorporate and enter the maze of filling out grant applications, it helps to have assistance...