I went to the Guthman finals at the Ferst Center a couple of weeks ago and found that the new seats don’t aggravate the problem with my back if I use the lumbar pillow that I keep in my car. That meant that I could actually attend this year’s Dance Canvas showcase, Introducing the Next Generation, last night. There were some really good pieces in it, too, so I’m glad that I was able to go. Continue reading →
One of the reasons that I like going to Dance Canvas’ annual performance series, Introducing the Next Generation, is because it always features a good diversity of dance forms and aesthetic styles from an equally diverse group of emerging choreographers. This year’s production marked their 10th anniversary, so they celebrated by bringing back 10 choreographers from their previous shows. Continue reading →
Dance Canvas’ “Introducing the Next Generation” is an annual dance concert put together to showcase the works of new and developing choreographers. I’ve been twice before (it would have been three but for the snow last year) and have generally found it enjoyable. Since it features a number of different choreographers and dancers, it can be a mixed bag, but I’ve always found at least one or two pieces in the bunch that I really enjoyed and even the worst of it generally isn’t that bad. This evenings’ collection of works did have some that I didn’t particularly enjoy, but there were some that I really liked. Continue reading →
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