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  • Triple Bill
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – Express yourself
    A theme of self- expression runs through three uniquely individual, solo works gathered under the umbrella of Triple Bill. Powerful, moving, humorous, each short work interrogates expression from different perspectives, exploring what aids, or...
  • Bastard Amber by Liz Roche Company
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – The poetry of motion
    Bastard Amber, by Liz Roche Company, which premiered at the Abbey Theatre as part of The Dublin Dance Festival 2015, marks the first time an Irish choreographer has been commissioned to create a dance work for the Abbey stage. Inspired by several...
  • Justin Bieber with Jon M. Chu, who directed his Never Say Never video
    Free LA Film Fest screening of The LXD: The Uprising Begins
    The annual LA Film Fest starts June 10, 2015. Individual tickets usually range from $11 to $35, but The LXD: The Uprising Begins is screening for free! Head over to Fig at 7th on Friday, June 12, 2015 at 8 p.m. for this complimentary event. No...
  • Shaping Time by Gavin Kostick
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – A body of ideas
    Described as an informal opportunity to consider and discuss how structural ideas from playwriting could be used in developing a new work for dance, Shaping Time set up an ambitious expectation. In Shaping Time, part of Dublin Dance Festival&rsquo...
  • Tiger Tale by Barrowland Ballet
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – Take a walk on the wild side
    Each year the Dublin Dance Festival throws an unexpected curveball. Lying innocently in the listings it comes out of left field and hits you square in the chest. Last year it was Fishamble’s delightful Swing. This year it’s the...
  • Fragments-Volume 1 by Sylvain Émard Danse
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 - Four become One
    Renowned Canadian choreographer, Sylvain Émard’s Fragments-Volume 1, is a tetraptych of four individual dances, each distinct and unique, each informing the whole. Three solo performances and one duet explore the dancer’s individual...
  • Douglas by Robbie Synge
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – Douglas delights Dublin
    As Dublin danced in celebration, now the right to marriage equality is enshrined in the Irish Constitution, dancing of another kind was to be found in the Samuel Beckett Theatre where Scottish based performer, Robbie Synge, performed his excellent...
  • Cabaret Versatile performing monthly Parisian-style shows at Riviera 31
    Cabaret Versatile performing monthly Parisian-style show 'Femmes!'
    If you're missing Paris or dream of visiting the illustrious city but aren't able to make the trip anytime soon, step into an evening of Parisian culture at the renowned Cabaret Versatile show "Femmes!" This sexy, elegant show...
  • Death is certain by Eva Meyer-Keller
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – Death’s dark, delightful handmaiden
    Two good-sized tables set a short distance apart, each covered with white, paper, table cloths. On one an array of household items are meticulously arranged, laid out like surgical tools in a coroner’s room. Resting near the corner of the...
  • Experience Life and Emotions through dance: Birth of Existence (dance) Project
    Experience Life and Emotions through dance: Birth of Existence (dance) Project
    Her father is the Mayor of the City of Durham and her mother a retired economist and educator. Anjanée Bell’s career path may not align with her parents’ background or with the assumed logic or perceptions from her background; instead,...
  • Left: Anna Thompson and Taylor Knight, Right: Maree ReMalia and Jil Stifel
    Contemporary, ballet and breakdance hit the Three Rivers Arts Festival
    Many people think of the Three Rivers Arts Festival as a hub for visual art only. The market features jewelry, ceramics, wood, drawing and photography, to name just a few. But, wandering the aisles of creativity is only part of what the festival...
  • Jockey by WillFredd Theatre/Emma O'Kane
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – A horse of a different colour
    Prompted by a desire to learn to ride racehorses, and seeking a deeper understanding of her grandfather, race journalist and bloodstock agent, Philip De Burgh O’Brien, dancer and choreographer, Emma O’Kane O’Kane undertook a...
  • DWTS Season 20 finalist Rumer Willis
    DWTS Season 20 finale part 2
    Season 20 of"Dancing With the Stars" has finally come to a close. Tonight’s episode crowned a new champion and mirrorball trophy winner.You-the viewers-chose to bring back Riker and Allison’s freestyle from last night as a...
  • Built to Last by Meg Stuart/DamagedGoods/Müncher Kammerspiele
    Dublin Dance Festival 2015 – Nothing lasts forever, except forever
    First, the body. Solid. Upright. It begins to sway. Then the hand, seeking simple gestures, clenching and unclenching. Next the arm, extended, bending, seeking shape and form. The urge gradually brings all parts of the body to movement and from...
  • Dancing doesn’t do it for PE
    Dancing doesn’t do it for PE
    Dance is often offered as an alternative to PE, particularly for girls. However, a new study has found that dance falls short of the mark in regard to physical conditioning. The findings were published online on May 18 in the journal Pediatrics by...
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