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Northwest Dance Project

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 24-26., Saturday October 26 | $25-$39.
 
The contemporary company presents three new works in its New Now Wow show. Danielle Agami, a former member of Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company, uses the full 10-dancer company in her premiere of This Time Tomorrow, a mysterious piece in which personal interactions are based on different norms than in the real world. Loni Landon and James Gregg, winners of NWDP’s Pretty Creatives International Choreographic Competition, also premiere works. Landon’s highly physical piece plays on interruption and solitude, and Gregg’s piece depicts a band of orphans that is split into two factions when faced with conflict.


Where: Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
Phone: 725-3307
Address: 1620 SW Park Ave.
Website: http://www.nwdanceproject.org/shows

 
 
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