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The Smallest dance on Earth

Mike Barber's brainchild, 10 Tiny Dances, returns for some minuscule movement.


Performance
Grandiose. That's the word that gets many performers into trouble, mounting an enormous project with a full complement of lights, complex costumes and elaborate sets, while simultaneously suffering un ...   More
 
Wednesday, February 16, 2005 Ian Greenfield

DANCE IN OUR HEADS

OBT's Nutcracker can't quite match the first memory of the piece.


Performance
What do we collectively know about The Nutcracker? After the premiere of George Balanchine's version in 1954 at the New York City Ballet, the piece became the default rite of passage for the holiday s ...   More
 
Wednesday, December 15, 2004 Ian Greenfield

Modernizing the Modern

Ballet Biarritz comes to town to reinvent the inventive work of Les Ballets Russes.


Performance
White Bird kicks off its fifth season at Portland State University with the West Coast debut of France's Ballet Biarritz and its acclaimed reinterpretation of the groundbreaking Les Ballets Russes. Ru ...   More
 
Wednesday, October 20, 2004 Ian Greenfield
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