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“Groovin’ Greenhouse” Wows, With More Shows To Come

Groovin’ Greenhouse, presented by Polaris Dance Theatre with works choreographed by artistic director Robert Guitron, company dancers M’Liss Quinnly and Gerard Regot, and apprentice Emily Henderson, wowed the audience this past Thursday on opening night with an array of movement performed by both the main company and junior company. 949 more words

Arts

Day 67: It's all in the head (rest day)

A pretty great thing happened today: I enjoyed my dance class! I really, really did.

How did that happen?

Well, my regular teacher got ill and we got another girl filling in for her. 241 more words

Sport

Pixel

Just for fun on this Saturday evening, I encourage all of you to take a look at this mesmerizing video courtesy of Vimeo. Pixel is an amazing show from the creative minds of Adrien Mondot, Claire Bardainne and Mourad Merzouki. 71 more words

Artistic

My Life--Isadora Duncan

I had never heard of Isadora Duncan until I was searching for an example of a scandalous woman from the 20s for a presentation as part of our local public television station’s Downton Abbey premiere.   347 more words

The Danseuse Electrique: 1893

The latest stage development is the danseuse electrique, the title given the youthful corphyee who, to enhance her grace and pedal dexterity, invokes the aid of science and appears at times in a blaze of varied coloured lights that rival in brilliancy and splendour the gems of the Eastern monarchs who figure in Arabian story. 505 more words

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The Danseuse Electrique: 1893

The latest stage development is the danseuse electrique, the title given the youthful corphyee who, to enhance her grace and pedal dexterity, invokes the aid of science and appears at times in a blaze of varied coloured lights that rival in brilliancy and splendour the gems of the Eastern monarchs who figure in Arabian story. 505 more words

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Introduction to Modern Dance in Portland

Portland is filled with art. Every city has a different character, and so each art “scene” is different from another. Here in Portland, a smaller city tucked in just before the state line between Washington and Oregon, known for its wet winters, we take a lot of things seriously, which might surprised those already seduced by our easy-going natures. 354 more words

Modern Dance