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In Tarps I Trust

DiverseWorks

In Tarps I Trust

a new dance work by Laura Gutierrez

In Tarps I Trust is a dance work by Laura Gutierrez inspired by themes of blue-collar labor, specifically that of her father, a billboard painter for his entire life. Gutierrez uses the awkward and imposing nature of her father’s materials to incorporate physical labor with choreography, such that they become distinct movement phrases in space.Read more

AIKYA: Oneness of Music, Rhythm & Movement

Indian Performing Arts Samskriti

AIKYA: Oneness of Music, Rhythm & Movement

Featuring Odissi dancer Arushi Mudgal, accompanied by musicians, from India. A Samskriti presentation.

AIKYA explores the state of oneness in music, rhythm and movement. These complementing arts converge and diverge harmoniously, at times creating abstract patterns, and at others tell stories that hail from the soil of India. Read more

Dance 3

Dance 3 is a performance that celebrates the language of contemporary dance movement that is interpretive dance that embraces innovation, blending techniques from various genres, including classical ballet, jazz, and modern dance. This one day, two show performance brings together some of Houston's most talented young dancers and pre professional dance companies, showcasing their best contemporary dance works on one stage. Come join us as we celebrate these young artists from the surrounding Houston area and witness the power of artistry, unity, and passion as they bring artistry and passion to the stage.Read more

ALICE

Open Dance Project

ALICE

Inspired by Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass

Open Dance Project's beloved 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!

The production includes guest performances by ODP2, Open Dance Project's pre-professional youth ensemble!Read more

Mind the Gap XXVIII

Dance Source Houston presents the 28th edition of Mind The Gap, an evening of works by local choreographers and companies, including Karen Imas, Mars, Preeti Ramakrishnan, Ren Hall, SpaceTribe, and Zinnia Havelka. The program will feature aerial, Bharatanatyam, and contemporary dance works created and performed by dance artists based in the Greater Houston area.Read more

Faces of Sun and Wind

A new work that explores the power of one person linking their energy to another, as in a microgrid set up to deliver renewable energy to a community that has united to generate it. The mircrogrid is also a perfect metaphor for how activism can start with just one person and grow to the power of the many, working together for meaningful change. FACES OF SUN AND WIND features choreography by Michele Brangwen and music by Jon Irabagon, with sections of movement & music created in the moment by all performers. Program also includes the ensemble's ecstatic work "Unending" and a short film by guest artist Angela WangRead more

Mind the Gap XXIX

Dance Source Houston presents the 29th edition of Mind The Gap, an evening of works by local choreographers and companies, including Jai Alexander / choreobyjai, Keeley Dunnam Dance, Persi Mey, Sara Draper, Shruthi Mohankumar, and Steps For Dancing. The program will feature Bharatanatyam, contemporary, Kathak, and modern dance works created and performed by dance artists based in the Greater Houston area.Read more

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