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Versa-Style and Culture Shock Open the Third Aratani World Series

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Two of LA’s most prominent Hip-Hop dance companies opened the third Aratani World Series this weekend at the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center’s...

Complexions Contemporary Ballet at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

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There was enough energy onstage at the Dorothy Pavilion Friday night to light up all of Los Angeles. Founder and Resident Choreographer for Complexions...

Mariinsky Ballet shifts gears in Ratmansky’s Cinderella

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Sergei Prokofiev’s Cinderella has been seen in widely differing productions for major companies around the world. It has generally been treated with more variety than...

Ate9 Mouth To Mouth

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According to the company’s email blast, this was the final performance of Danielle Agami’s powerful dance Mouth To Mouth in Los Angeles.  If true,...

Lucinda Childs Dance Company Brings Back a Glossy “Available Light”

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Labels are an often used but unfortunate barrier in the art world. Minimalism is one that has been regularly applied to concert music, dance, and opera, but it tends to put any work in a box. Lucinda Childs and John Adams, the principal collaborators for “Available Light” fall into this category. But by the time Childs’ revival of her “Available Light” concluded on Saturday evening at Disney Hall the label seemed mostly irrelevant.

Dido and Aeneas, Ancient Music Made New by Mark Morris and...

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We have been fortunate to have had local performances of both L’Allegro,ill Penseroso, ed il Moderato and Dido and Aeneas recently. Count yourself lucky...