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no speaking left in me

ISHIDA Dance Company presents an evening of world premieres in contemporary dance that invite existential questions: no speaking left in me features works choreographed by ISHIDAJohn Wannehag from Staatstheater Mainz and Stephanie Troyak from Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch and the Texas premiere of DOMA by Jeremy Galdeano and Vera Kvarcakova who have created works on Les Grands Ballets Canadiens and Nationaltheater Mannheim Tanz.Read more

An Intimate Act

NobleMotion Dance

An Intimate Act

The return of Photo Box D and other collaborations

See NobleMotion Dance up-close and personal at the MATCH August 19-20 for a heartfelt performance of An Intimate Act. The evening features the return of Photo Box D, the company’s seminal collaboration with light artist Jeremy Choate. Other collaborations include a climbing sculpture made by Jared Doster, original music composition by Travis Lake, and an innovative film made in collaboration with Jeremy Stewart and A.I. technology. NobleMotion’s trademark physicality and innovation are palpable as the audience sits right on top of the action in a black box setting.Read more

Mind the Gap XXI

Dance Source Houston

Mind the Gap XXI

An evening of works by local dancemakers Tobaric Atkins-Montana, Justin Curry, Amberly Altamirano Daniels, Chathuri Nirosha, and jhon r. stronks

Dance Source Houston presents the 20th edition of Mind The Gap, a showcase series featuring danceworks by local choreographers. The program includes works by Tobaric Atkins-Montana, Justin Curry, Amberly Altamirano Daniels, Chathuri Nirosha, and jhon r. stronks. Read more

Mapping & Glaciers

Karen Stokes Dance premieres the evening length dance theater project Mapping & Glaciers.

Mapping & Glaciers explores human interaction and nature through the vast, contradictory, and beautiful identities of maps. The project examines manmade and natural boundaries that challenge humans through tribalism and constructs of power, and the shifting shape of our geological environment under the influence of climate change. While the work questions the often-devastating absurdity of human choices, it also speaks to the resiliency of human nature. Mapping & Glaciers creates space for hope, for the possibility of connection and interconnection. 

Choreography/film/direction by Karen Stokes, original music by Samuel Lipman, lighting design by Clint Allen, costumes by Ashley Horn Nott. Performers:  Brittany Bass, Bethany Logan, Bryan Bradley Peck, Michelle Reyes, Davis Stumberg. Read more