Grace + Power
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Grace + Power

Houston Ballet’s Stand-Out Principals Joseph Walsh and Connor Walsh Blade-like limbs sliced through the air…

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Dancing Left of Center
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Dancing Left of Center

TITAS was founded in 1982 by co-founders Tom Adams and Gene Leggett, as the “Texas…

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New Works In Movement
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New Works In Movement

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet Returns To Texas In their highly anticipated return to Dallas on…

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Response: Performance Response to Tony Feher Free Fall
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Response: Performance Response to Tony Feher Free Fall

Performance installation puts people in a state of unease, possibly because they don’t know where…

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REVIEW: The Joffrey Ballet
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REVIEW: The Joffrey Ballet

On Saturday, look January 19, order the Joffrey Ballet returned to Dallas after twenty years,…

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Preview: Dance Month 2013
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Preview: Dance Month 2013

ERJCC Scratches A Niche: The 33rd Annual Dance Month at the Kaplan Theatre Find a…

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La Bayadère: Ballet Meets Bollywood
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La Bayadère: Ballet Meets Bollywood

La Bayadère, recreated for Houston Ballet’s 40th anniversary, allowed artistic director Stanton Welch to do…

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Company E & More
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Company E & More

JCC’s Annual Feast of Dance Every year Houston dance maven Maxine Silberstein scours the nation…

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Dancing at the Edge of the World
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Dancing at the Edge of the World

SPA brings Stephen Petronio’s Underland to Houston “We conjure worlds out of nothing,” wrote Stephen…

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Jubilee of Dance: A Tribute to Amy Fote
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Jubilee of Dance: A Tribute to Amy Fote

What a bittersweet night at Houston Ballet’s Jubilee: a Tribute to Amy Fote. Although we…

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The Drama of Dance
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The Drama of Dance

Since founding his company in 1984, pharmacy Stephen Petronio has created a new world of…

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Holiday Gems
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Holiday Gems

There’s a bounty of holiday art activity every year, from the mainstays like A Christmas…

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Short Story Dances
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Short Story Dances

Karen Stokes on Vine Leaf Dances Choreographer Karen Stokes switches to short form in Vine…

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Houston Contemporary Dance Squared
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Houston Contemporary Dance Squared

Preview: Hope Stone and Houston Met Present squared dancer No, The Stoners and The Metronics…

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Double Shift
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Double Shift

Review:  Dance Gallery Festival
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Review: Dance Gallery Festival

Lots to Look at: The Dance Gallery Festival at Sam Houston State University The Dance…

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Incredible India!
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Incredible India!

Following only a week after the latest Bollywood Blast programming, Samskriti’s Incredible India! event at…

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Doug Varone:  One Step Ahead
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Doug Varone: One Step Ahead

Award-winning choreographer and director Doug Varone works in dance, diagnosis theater, opera, film, television, and…

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Gaudium Dance: Bringing Joy
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Gaudium Dance: Bringing Joy

Gina Lee and her newish outfit of dancers, the Gaudium Dance Company, are set to…

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Up a Wall
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Up a Wall

SPA brings Deborah Colker’s Mix to Houston Society for Performing Arts brings Companhia de Dança…

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Frame Dance Productions’ The Black Space
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Frame Dance Productions’ The Black Space

Fresh Arts Coalition’s claustrophobic Spacetaker Gallery made a perfect setting for Frame Dance Productions’ The…

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Review:  Women@Art
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Review: Women@Art

Houston Ballet Women@Art September 20-30, 2012 The lady dance-makers rocked the Wortham during Houston Ballet’s…

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Review:  Madame Butterfly
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Review: Madame Butterfly

Amy Fote commands the stage as Cio-Cio San in Houston Ballet’s season opener, Madame Butterfly.…

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Power and Paradox
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Power and Paradox

Liz Gerring Dance Company in she dreams in code Ideas on precision, physicality and athleticism…

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Review:  NobleMotion Spitting Ether
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Review: NobleMotion Spitting Ether

Lights flash, arc, blind, blink. Arms, legs, faces appear, disappear. Shadows bend, swallow, haunt. Spitting…

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High Altitude Dancing
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High Altitude Dancing

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet Returns to the SPA stage Imagine a ballet company that exists…

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Front and Center
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Front and Center

Houston Ballet Celebrates Women Choreographers “Ballet is woman,” Balanchine famously proclaimed. Oh really? Some, women…

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A week at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival
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A week at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival

There’s a happily revolving door at Jacob’s Pillow every summer, as dancers and dance companies…

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Review: Jonah Bokaer
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Review: Jonah Bokaer

Jonah Bokaer Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival August 5, 2012 If I had to label the…

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Dancing While Flying
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Dancing While Flying

A Visit with Paul Taylor dance Michael Apuzzo I first met Michael Apuzzo while working…

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Light & Lemonade
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Light & Lemonade

Hope Stone and NobleMotion Rule Houston’s Dance Stages Houston’s August dance scene belongs to Hope…

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Worth The Trip: Dance Festivals Define Summer Stages
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Worth The Trip: Dance Festivals Define Summer Stages

Review: Romeo and Juliet
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Review: Romeo and Juliet

Houston Ballet June 9, 2012 How is it that, after seeing Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet…

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Cultural Warrior: James Nelson
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Cultural Warrior: James Nelson

Houston Ballet’s Executive Director James Nelson In February of 2012, James Nelson took over the…

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Review: Natural Acts in Artificial Water
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Review: Natural Acts in Artificial Water

Stephan Koplowitz’s Natural Acts in Artificial Water Insight|Out Festival May 19, 2012 Water has a…

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“Welcome na de Shrine”
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“Welcome na de Shrine”

Fela comes to Houston Prepare to gyrate. The Afrobeat is heading to Houston. Fela, the…

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Competitive Edge: Tips from First Place
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Competitive Edge: Tips from First Place

How do you win a competition? Three medalists offer their advice. Out of dozens of…

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Houston Ballet’s Made in America
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Houston Ballet’s Made in America

With a promise of cupcakes and the Mayor, a new ballet, a touch of Balanchine…

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True Texas Spirit
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True Texas Spirit

Stanton Welch has transformed Houston Ballet into a leading force in the dance world. Artistic…

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The New Crop
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The New Crop

The Ecology of Houston’s Emerging Choreographers In the decade since I first came ashore on…

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