with 15 dancers, singers, musicians, photographer, writers!
MARCH 17-20, 2016 Next Act Theatre BUY TICKETS
CONFLUENCE explores Milwaukeeâ€™s rivers as metaphor for the journey within and between communities as the focal point of a new dance-theatre performance. Betty Salamun and Janie Boston start the collaboration, like the three rivers, from different points of awareness. Bettyâ€™s 40 years of exploring the impact of environmental problems and solutions â€“ dams and culverts, non-point pollution and reclamation, industrial, residential and recreational uses â€“ creating movement concepts to express natural beauty and ecological reality. Working with text, movement, song and narrative, Janieâ€™s work employs the arts as a catalyst for change. In The Dance Cafe performances use the music of Black spirituality, contemporary spiritual texts and modern dance to explore the power within ones self.
The Valley Academy for the Arts Teacher Training Program is an intensive course intended to equip teachers with the necessary tools to teach ballet to students of all ages and learning styles.Â Our technique and application is explored through the systematic teachings of Vaganova, Anatomy/Kinesiology, and development movement in children.
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Guest Artists:Â NYC based Stanley Love, Artistic Director of Stanley Love Performance Group, and local and national guest artists
April 8-10, 2016
Fri 7:30pm, Sat 5 & 8pm, Sun 2:30pm
Overture Center for the Arts
Color, variety, joy, and life blooms resplendent! As is our tradition, our spring performances highlight the creativity of Kanopydancer/choreographers and other talented artists in our community and beyond. Itâ€™s an uplifting romp, a mixture of this and that. NYC choreographer Stanley Loveâ€™s delightful â€œThe Love Number;â€ Kanopyâ€™s Anna Betz premieres â€œParadiso;â€ NYC choreographer Ede Thurrellâ€™s â€œLiving End I and Living End II;â€ audience favorite guest artist Kiro Kopulos premieres a butoh inspired work; Kanopyâ€™s Juan Carlos Diaz Velezâ€™s contemporary ballet and moreâ€¦
Thursday, March 31 – 7:30pm
Friday, April 1 – 7:30pm
Saturday, April 2 – 7:30pm
Sunday, April 3 – 1:30pm BUY TICKETS Marcus Center for the Performing Arts Directions
Pure energy meets pop culture in Trey McIntyre‘s A Day in the Life, performed to a pastiche of Beatles songs. The classics of the Fab Four give way to the skill of eight of our highly talented dancers in this crowd favorite.
Choreographer-In-Residence Timothy O’Donnell presents his fifth world premiere for our Company. O’Donnell’s work, always complex and rich with emotion, will be performed alongside a new work byÂ Garrett Smith (Genesis 2015 winner), who will produce a fresh and colorful addition to our trio.
This special episode of The Arts Page showcases the “Tour de Force” program. AÂ collaboration between the Milwaukee Ballet and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin that brings adaptive ballet classes to 13 extraordinary dancers. Discover the healing power of dance when you pair one of these “little dancers” with a professional ballet dancer and a physical therapist.
Don’t miss the world premiere of Li Chiao-Ping Dance’s “Fluid Measure” also withÂ Heidi Latsky’s ON DISPLAY
Reserved seating only. Pre-sale tickets are also available by phone (608.265.2787)Â or in person at the Campus Arts Box Office, Memorial Union, 800 Langdon St., Madison.
Tickets may also be purchased at the door before the show.
Li Chiao-Ping takes her audience to a new place in Fluid Measure. Her vision amalgamates the Asian and the Western, exploring what it means to identify with more than one culture. Self-image being the thread of the concert, LCPD will also host Heidi Latsky’s ON DISPLAY, a renowned installation that explores the reclaiming of it.