New Voices + Cherished Classics
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Top Ten + Spring Dance Events in Texas
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Top Ten + Spring Dance Events in Texas

Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s Genesis performed by Eastman, Antwerp, Belgium and Yabin Studio, Beijing, China.

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Performania: Impresarios Among Us
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Dances in a Gallery + People
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Dances in a Gallery + People

A Festival Homecoming
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A Festival Homecoming

Spiraling Upward
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Spiraling Upward

The A+C Top Ten:  February
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The A+C Top Ten: February

Performania:  In Praise of Pop Ups
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Performania: In Praise of Pop Ups

The phrase “pop-up” entered our vocabulary a while back and refers to just about anything

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Dancing to Remember
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Dancing to Remember

All the Rage
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All the Rage

Love Stories
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Love Stories

Dances in a Gallery
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Dances in a Gallery

The A+C Top Ten:  January
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The A+C Top Ten: January

Our top picks for visual and performing arts events across Texas for January 2015.

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Trash Dance Airs on PBS
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Trash Dance Airs on PBS

Anyone who has seen Andrew Garrison's Trash Dance might find it hard to look at…

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16 Standouts of the Fall 2014 Season
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16 Standouts of the Fall 2014 Season

Another year has come and gone on the Texas cultural landscape and I was there…

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When a Building Dances
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When a Building Dances

Top 10 + Winter Dance Events in Texas
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Top 10 + Winter Dance Events in Texas

Ate9 performs Mouth to Mouth  on Feb. 7 as part of ERJCC’s Dance Month. Photo…

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Time & Place to Create
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Time & Place to Create

Dancing at the Edge of the World
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Farewells and Frenzy
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Farewells and Frenzy

The Elusive Stage
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The Elusive Stage

In Flamenco
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In Flamenco

What We Loved & More
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What We Loved & More

10+ Shows in Texas this Holiday season without bells, fake snow, a sugar plum or a scrooge
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10+ Shows in Texas this Holiday season without bells, fake snow, a sugar plum or a scrooge

Some of you will be looking for something else to do besides the usual holiday…

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Leaping into Chapter Two
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Leaping into Chapter Two

Kelly Myernick is already well into her second career, being a mother to her adorable…

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If You Dare
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If You Dare

Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE
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Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE

Ballet Austin’s Stravinsky-Infused Season Opening
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Ballet Austin’s Stravinsky-Infused Season Opening

On Sep. 26, The Firebird opened Ballet Austin’s 2014-2015 season with choreography by artistic director…

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Art on the Go
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Art on the Go

Tapestry Dance Company refreshes with new troupe members
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Tapestry Dance Company refreshes with new troupe members

Maverick Movers: Joshua L. Peugh
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Maverick Movers: Joshua L. Peugh

Joshua L. Peugh is the artistic director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance in Dallas.

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Group Dynamics in Motion
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Group Dynamics in Motion

Four Dance Films Screen at Houston Cinema Arts Festival
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Four Dance Films Screen at Houston Cinema Arts Festival

History + Beauty
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History + Beauty

Perhaps the most startling thing about watching Martha Graham’s 1944 ballet Appalachian Spring

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7 Things You Should Know About Ballet in Texas for October
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7 Things You Should Know About Ballet in Texas for October

After a successful season opener with John Neumeier's enchanting A Midsummer Night's Dream

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Dance Festival Mania Continues in Texas
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Dance Festival Mania Continues in Texas

Dreaming Big
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Dreaming Big

Artistic director Gabriel Zertuche calls Ballet San Antonio “the little company that can.”

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Houston Ballet’s “From Houston to the World” Offers Range and Polish
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Houston Ballet’s “From Houston to the World” Offers Range and Polish

In traditional classical ballet, the corps de ballet is, more often than not relegated to…

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Keeping Up With Houston Ballet’s Stanton Welch
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Keeping Up With Houston Ballet’s Stanton Welch

When a ballet company is run by a leading dancemaker, which is the case in…

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15 Signs that Contemporary Dance is Alive and Well in Texas
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