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Mapping Grief: Bruce Wood Dance Premieres New Work by Stephanie Martinez
Despite the ongoing pandemic-related complications, Dallas-based company Bruce Wood Dance has continued to commission and premiere new works over the past months.
Bruce Wood Dance Returns to Live performance
For Bruce Wood Dance, March 2021 marked an important milestone: the company’s first experiment with what the world might look like post-pandemic.
Thriving at the Helm: Joy Bollinger Finds her Stride at Bruce Wood Dance
Five years after the death of its namesake choreographer, Bruce Wood Dance is in a good place.
Growing from Within: Bruce Wood’s Legacy Alive in Journeys
Three years after the death of choreographer Bruce Wood, his Dallas dance company is thriving. That’s not something anyone could’ve assumed at the time, even the people now building on his considerable body of work so well.
A Season Six Celebration: A Visit with Bruce Wood Dance Project’s Kimi Nikaidoh
Bruce Wood Dance Project celebrates its sixth season with the Dallas premiere of Bruce Wood’s Anything Goes, along with world premieres by BWDP répétiteur/rehearsal director Joy Atkins Bollinger and NobleMotion co-artistic director Andy Noble, on June 17-18 at Dallas City Performance Hall.
Moving Forward: A Revival & New Works at Bruce Wood Dance Project
In the midst of its fifth season, Dallas' Bruce Wood Dance Project is about to premiere two new works and revive a decade-old piece by its namesake choreographer.
In an age of spectacle, Bruce Wood makes dances on a human scale.
Don’t Miss Out on the Bruce Wood Dance Project on June 21-24 At the Montgomery Arts Theater In The Dallas Arts District!
THE BRUCE WOOD DANCE PROJECT (BWDP) marks return of nationally acclaimed choreographer and native Texan, Bruce Wood, to...
Down but Not Out
Contemporary dance in Texas took a suckerpunch with the sudden death of Dallas choreographer Bruce Wood, the closing down of Hope Center and Hope Stone Dance Company and Dominic Walsh's sabbatical from his company Dominic Walsh Dance Theater, all within the space of a month.
Roaring Back: The 2022 Wrap up
It’s been way too long since I sat around the virtual table with our fabulous theater writers Lindsey Wilson and Tarra Gaines to chat about all things performing arts in Houston, Dallas and beyond.
Finishing Strong: TITAS/Dance Unbound assembles star-studded lineup for its spring season
During the first part of its 2021-22 season, TITAS/Dance Unbound treated Dallas audiences to U.S. and Texas premieres, reimagined cultural icons, exuberant Latin dance, and even pieces choreographed to the music of R&B legend D’Angelo.