Aspen Santa Fe Ballet’s latest work, “Eudaemonia,” tackles the unsettling theme of searching for stability with a blend of Broadway-inspired and contemporary choreography. The result is a bittersweet conclusion that questions the convoluted approach most of us take toward achieving happiness.
4C LAB’s premiere work “In This Skin” combats the negativity of our president-elect’s campaign through the voices of young, ethnically-diverse millennials who utilize their artistic abilities to fight for a more inclusive American future.
Mecca Vazie Andrews is a dancer/choreographer/singer/songwriter of Trinidadian descent, who is proud of her title as an artist.
Meg Wolfe’s New Faithful Disco combines a modern-dance feel with snippets of ’70s club music in an intimate piece that explores relationships in the dawn of the decade’s sexual revolution.
CONTRA-TIEMPO’s latest piece, Agua Furiosa, is an eruption of movement that uses dance and non-verbal dramatization to elaborate on several themes, including race, arrogance and water, all of which capitalizes on extreme energy, but still feels disconnected overall.
Peer in through carefully painted windows into life on the United States’ Death Row.
Rebecca Bruno’s Fixtures was anything but fixed. These interactive tiles allow you to hear commentary from the choreographer and experience what it was like to be there.
Jacques Heim’s DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion challenges one’s perspective of dance with its unique use of props and intricate performances.
Non-stop movement characterized the performance by Alonzo King’s company, LINES, engaging the eye in such a way that blinking felt too long an interruption.