Open Dance Project's newest family audiences production follows Alice down the rabbit hole to Wonderland where strange and silly creatures teach her about the power of the imagination and the wisdom of nonsense. The performance features aerial silks, acrobatics, and clever choreography that is sure to delight children and grown-ups alike!Read more
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Vitacca School for Dance presents Dance Soiree featuring the artists of Vitacca Dance in contemporary and classical works. Join us for our annual artistic celebration including original works by Guest Choreographers: Elijah Gibson, Jess Hendricks, Spencer Gavin Hering, and Andrea Dawn Shelley. Read more
Hunter Dance Center presents their second annual recital featuring ballet, modern, aerial, hip hop and circus arts performances by Hunter Dance Center students and a special appearance by Hunter's professional dance company in residence, Open Dance Project. Read more
In 2018, Suchu Dance Artistic Director Jennifer Wood disembarked to India and put her life on hold for a while. Six months later, she is back home for a brief stay. Her last show, Mkay (Everything’s going to be all right, or whatever), posed the challenge: Lets see if you can survive without everything that you once held dear and necessary for your existence. Throw out the rulebook for your whole life. What could go wrong?Read more
NobleMotion Dance’s pre-professional dance company presents original works by Bridget Moore, Jennifer Mabus, Rasika Borse, the Nobles, and NMD2 Directors Colette Kerwick and Seth McPhail. Dance technology is also featured in a new film by David and Brittany Deveau. Athletic, generous, and communal - Ready or Not highlights the talents of ten up-and-coming dance artists.Read more
Things Left Behind is a collaboration between choreographer Adam Castan͂eda and Writespace, a grassroots literary arts organization that supports writers of all genres.Things Left Behind is an exploration of the intersection between narratives and the dance-making process.
The program will feature new choreography by Adam Castan͂eda as well as readings from both professional and student writers in the Houston area. The program is the final event of Writefest 2019. Read more
Dance Source Houston presents the fifth annual Barnstorm Dance Fest June 19-23, 2019 featuring 3 unique programs of 20 original dance works. The weeklong festival showcases the diversity, quality, and vibrancy of dance in Houston and provides audiences a sampling of dance genres.
Barnstorm highlights Houston based choreographers and companies, and also includes a number of out of town artists. This year's festival was curated by panelists Elijah Alhadji Gibson, Sue Schroeder and Janie Yao.Read more
"Gentle/Men" marks the choreographic Houston debut of independent dance-maker, John Beasant III. The production is an evening-length concert of a series of contemporary dance suites, dance-film, and prose, featuring nine Houston-based professional male dance artists.
The show celebrates men in dance, aims to advocate for acceptance of the American male dancer, and brings awareness of the art form from a male perspective. Mr. Beasant invites audiences to witness his unique presentation of an abstract narrative of physicality that highlights humanness through both virtuosity and femininity.Read more