NOW-ID Dance Presents Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring

NOW-ID Dance Presents Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring
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NOW-ID’s one-night production of Igor Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, like much of Boye-Christensen’s recent work, took place in an outdoor location. … read more

SB Dance’s Sleeping Beauty @ Rose Wagner Black Box Theater 06.15

SB Dance’s Sleeping Beauty @ Rose Wagner Black Box Theater...
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SB Dance is clearly unafraid of pushing buttons, as shown by their limited-run retelling of the classic Sleeping Beauty legend. … read more

Kathak and Grace: Kaladharaa Dance School

Kathak and Grace: Kaladharaa Dance School
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The message was clear: Kaldharaa Dance School wants more people to know they exist and wants to teach them about the rich history of Kathak. … read more

The First Cut Never Feels Like a Cut: Mark Macey’s Other/Self

The First Cut Never Feels Like a Cut: Mark Macey’s...
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Macey’s brother, David Macey, starts opening paint cans, which soon walks up a ladder to pour over a simple, wooden structure draped in gray cloth. I walk upstairs as the space begins to warm with energy. … read more

Review: Mopey Wrecks

Review: Mopey Wrecks
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Mopey Wrecks (A Performative Analysis of Sibling Interdependency and the Increasing Unlikelihood of Returning to Moscow) is an intricate weaving of feelings between characters who can’t help but both bring each other up and tear another down. … read more

Review: The Aliens

Review: The Aliens
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The Aliens is a performance that’d be subtle enough for TV but is still connective enough for theatre. “Half of this play … is silence,” writes playwright Annie Baker, and it’s true. It works in this production because the audience is so close. … read more

Creature Feature: Lucy Fur

Creature Feature: Lucy Fur
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To Lucy, drag has been an extremely important means of expression. “I’ve been dying my hair and getting wild piercings for years, and it’s always been a big part of me—to not feel scared to do what I want to do or to be who I am,” he says. … read more

“Crap. It’s All Crap”: A Review of Something Really Big by SB Dance

“Crap. It’s All Crap”: A Review of Something Really Big...
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This is not your typical Utah happy hour. No, leave the kids at home, order a beer and sit as perplexed and entertained as I was through this intimate, close-to-home

SLAY SLC: Celebrating Ball Culture in the Beehive State

SLAY SLC: Celebrating Ball Culture in the Beehive State
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Co-hosting the event will be Tia Aiono, waacking and dance Millennium Dance Complex instructor, along with nightlife enthusiast and manager/bartender of Metro, Michael Elliott. The two friends have combined their love for dance, SLC’s queer community and entertainment to bring a unique experience to the local scene. … read more

The Burlesque Barriers: An Interview with Madazon Can-Can

The Burlesque Barriers: An Interview with Madazon Can-Can
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From engaging in community advocacy to educating the community on burlesque to creating her own work, Madazon uplifts those artforms that foster a thread and a connection with people. … read more