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Northwest Dance Project

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Thursday-Saturday, March 28-30., Saturday March 30 | $25-$49.
Newmark Theatre
1111 SW Broadway
 
Northwest Dance Project’s spring show is a trio of pieces headlined by choreographer Sarah Slipper, the company’s founding artistic director. Slipper uses five of her closest dancers to create a story based on Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, a play about hidden agendas and cut-throat competitors. Returning guest choreographer Patrick Delcroix premieres his third work for the company; he’s known for his quick, aggressive movement. Guest choreographer Wen Wei Wang rounds out the show with his piece Chi a highly visual and energetic work he premiered in 2009.

Where: Newmark Theatre
Phone: 248-4335
Address: 1111 SW Broadway
Website: http://nwdanceproject.org/shows

 
 

Newmark Theatre

1111 SW Broadway
Portland, OR
 
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