Tag Archives: TITAS

Q&A: Bridget L. Moore, AD Dallas Black Dance Theatre

The artistic director of Dallas Black Dance Theatre on her new role and the world premiere of her Uncharted Territory at the TITAS Command Performance this weekend. Dallas — Bridget L. Moore is no stranger to the Dallas dance scene. … Continue reading

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Q&A: Jonathon Young, Electric Company Theatre

The director of Electric Company Theatre on working with Choreographer Crystal Pite to explore the effects of PTSD in Kidd Pivot’s Betroffenheit, presented by  TITAS at Dallas City Performance Hall.   Dallas — Audiences are in for something different when … Continue reading

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Q&A: Catherine Ellis Kirk, Abraham.In.Motion

The Dallas native on finding her stride as a concert dancer and performing with Kyle Abraham’s Abraham.In.Motion which comes to town this weekend on the TITAS season. Dallas — As the recipient of a 2013 MacArthur Fellowship as well as … Continue reading

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Gayle Halperin: Nurturing Dance

Gayle Halperin’s latest endeavor opens new doors for the Dallas dance community. Literally. Dallas – Bruce Wood Dance Project. TITAS. Dallas DanceFest. Dance Planet. These are just a few of the high profile dance organizations and events that Dallas arts … Continue reading

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Q&A: Adam Sklute, Ballet West

Ballet West’s Artistic Director on participating in the reality series Breaking Pointe and what the company has in store for its first Dallas performance. Dallas — As in any other industry, rising competition and the ever-changing economy have forced ballet … Continue reading

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Q&A: David Parsons, Parsons Dance

UGH! I am behind in posting some articles here. Parsons Dance was in town last weekend and they were simply amazing. You can find out more about the man behind the company, David Parsons, below. Even over the phone the … Continue reading

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Q&A: Choreographer Ronald K. Brown

Choreographer Ronald K. Brown on 30 years of making dance stories, traveling to the birthplace of West African dance and his company’s upcoming performance for TITAS at AT&T Performing Arts Center. Dallas — Ronald K. Brown doesn’t just make dances; … Continue reading

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Gayle Halperin: Dance Maven

After launching the Dallas DanceFest and positioning Bruce Wood Dance Project for its future following Wood’s death, Gayle Halperin is a major force in the dance scene’s growth. When Gayle Halperin comes up with an idea that could benefit the … Continue reading

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Q&A: Choreographer Brian Brooks

Choreographer Brian Brooks on his movement language, penchant for speed and the Dallas debut of his dance group, Brian Brooks Moving Company, presented by TITAS. Dallas — Many successful choreographers’ careers have started with a simple question. For Brian Brooks … Continue reading

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Q&A: Choreographer Donald Byrd

Dallas — With a dance career spanning more than four decades, half of which he spent running Donald Byrd/The Group, as well as receiving international frame for the Harlem Nutcracker (1996) and a Tony nomination for his choreography in Broadway’s … Continue reading

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