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Dance Community News - October 5, 2011

In This Issue

  1. Off-Leash Area's 2nd Annual Garage Tour
  2. 2011-12 Northrop Dance presents Scottish Ballet on Oct 22, 8:00 pm at the Orpheum Theatre
  3. 2011-12 Northrop Dance Performance Preview Series Hosted by Carl Flink and Emilie Plauchè Flink
  4. The Dance Factory is looking for Guest Instructors
  5. The Dance Factory seeks a Ballet/Lyrical Instructor
  6. Upcoming performance of FIRE & Art and Life
  7. Keane Sense of Rhythm Drop-in Tap Technique Classes Open to the Public!
  8. 2012 Live Music for Dance Minnesota grants
  9. Lucy Guerin, Inc. at the Walker Art Center
  10. Choreographic Workshop with Lucy Guerin at the Walker Art Center
  11. Big Dance Theater at the Walker Art Center
  12. TECHNIQUES & PRACTICES IN CONTEMPORARY INDIAN DANCE
  13. JAWAAHIR in Club Bellydance with the BELLYDANCE SUPERSTARS
  14. Jazz for Musical Theatre class with Linda Talcott Lee
  15. 8 weeks Subbody Butoh Workshop with Kats D
  16. NEW DANCE WITH NEW MUSIC: NOV RABBIT SHOW
  17. Free rehearsal space in exchange for cleaning studio.
  18. Position Opening at Zenon: Managing Director
  19. Zenon’s BOOty Bash!
  20. PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE MN SAGE AWARDS GALA PRESENTATION in ONE WEEK!
  21. TU DANCE OPEN CLASSES
  22. ‘‘Basic Music Theory for Dancers,’ A Rhythmically Speaking Community Forum
  23. Katha Dance Theatre at the Cowles Center for Dance
  24. Come Fly Away at the Ordway
  25. Luna Negra Dance Theater at the Ordway
  26. Dances by Chris Schlichting Oct 20-23, 2011
  27. FINAL CHANCE TO DANCE IN PUBLIC WITH GRACE MINNESOTA, now through OCT 6!

1. Off-Leash Area's 2nd Annual Garage Tour

**This week in Bloomington!**

ONLY TWO WEEKENDS LEFT!With remaining shows in Bloomington and Lakeville!

See the whole tour schedule at www.offleasharea.org

A Gift for Planet BX63 is the story of a girl living a simple existence on a little planet at the far edge of a distant galaxy, who is visited one day by a trans-dimensional space salesman, changing her life forever. Inspired by the book The Little Prince and the film The Gods Must Be Crazy, the play combines gravity-defying acrobatic dance and wildly theatrical characterizations inside a set that envelops the audience in the remote beauty of deep space. "A Gift for Planet BX63" is a play for all ages that invites you to find joy in life's simple things.

"At just under an hour, it's tempting to regard this show as a trifle, but surrendering to its skewed charms feels like a pleasant daydream that hints at something important on the fuzzy periphery of consciousness."
-Quinton Skinner, City Pages
Best Sets of 2007 - City Pages

Tickets: Suggested donation of $5-$15
Reservations Recommended - Call 612-724-7372 to reserve your seat!
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2. 2011-12 Northrop Dance presents Scottish Ballet on Oct 22, 8:00 pm at the Orpheum Theatre

2011-12 Northrop Dance presents the classic, breathtaking technique of the Scottish Ballet as the season opener with two intense and celebrated works by master choreographers, Song of the Earth by Sir Kenneth MacMillan and Kings 2 Ends by Jorma Elo on Oct 22, 8:00 pm at the Orpheum Theatre. Rarely performed in America, Song of the Earth is one of MacMillan’s most intense and beautiful ballets, exploring man’s struggle to accept mortality, with the Messenger of Death stalking the action throughout, and the hope that renewal comes with death. Kings 2 Ends, a new work by celebrated Finnish choreographer, Jorma Elo, had its world premiere with great success in August 2011 at the Edinburgh International Festival, and Scottish Ballet will perform it as a Minnesota debut for you. As resident choreographer at Boston Ballet, Elo has become an increasingly sought-after talent across the U.S. and Europe.

The Twin Cities Scottish Club presents a Scottish-themed welcome to the Scottish Ballet. The Macalester Pipe Band and dancers from the Hart School of Highland Dance will greet patrons at the Orpheum with their energetic national music and dance. Inside the Orpheum Lobby, enjoy the TCSC’s traditional Scottish fare for sale prior to the performance.

Visit our website for more information. To purchase tickets, visit ticketmaster.com or call 1-800-745-3000.
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3. 2011-12 Northrop Dance Performance Preview Series Hosted by Carl Flink and Emilie Plauchè Flink

Northrop Dance presents its 2011-12 Performance Preview Series led by husband-and-wife team, Carl Flink and Emilie Plauchè Flink. Each preview will include special background information on the artists and company, and may include interviews with choreographers and dancers, and special dance aficionados and experts from the community. Drinks and light snacks are available for purchase beginning 30 minutes prior in the preview room.

Location:
Solera Restaurant, 3rd floor Catalonia Room
900 Hennepin Avenue, next to the Orpheum Theatre

Scottish Ballet Performance Preview
Sat, Oct 22, 6:45 – 7:30 pm
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4. The Dance Factory is looking for Guest Instructors

The Dance Factory in Forest Lake is looking for Guest Instructors for Friday and Saturday workshops Nov-February for it's Elite Line students. All workshops are 3 hours (2-90 minute classes). All genres of dance are needed. Please email me if you are interested.

Jennifer Tell
dancefactory@mac.com
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5. The Dance Factory seeks a Ballet/Lyrical Instructor

The Dance Factory in Circle Pines is looking for a ballet/lyrical instructor Monday nights starting Jan 2012. 4 hour teaching night. Please email me with resume if you are interested.

Jennifer Tell
dancefactory@mac.com
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6. Upcoming performance of FIRE & Art and Life

two solo adaptations of choreography by Deborah Hay
at the Bryant Lake Bowl
Friday October 21 at 7:00 pm (6:00 doors)
Tickets $10-15

FIRE
The art of the solo is relationship.- Deborah Hay
choreography: Deborah Hay
adaptation and performance: Karen Schaffman
from the Solo Performance Commissioning Project 1999
(Whidbey Island, Washington)

Art and Life
What if I choose to see life as art?- Deborah Hay
choreography: Deborah Hay
adaptation and performance: Eric Geiger
from the Solo Performance Commissioning Project 2010
(Findhorn, Scotland)
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7. Keane Sense of Rhythm Drop-in Tap Technique Classes Open to the Public!

Drop in to Open technique classes for tap students of all ages and levels!
Invite your friends to try technique as well as choreography. Classes held at Ballare Teatro, Mpls.

Apprentice class for dancers age 8-12! Sundays 2-3pm
Accelerated technique and traditional choreography. $

Intermediate Technique 12-18 Sundays 1-2pm $15

Advanced Technique 12-18 Sundays 3-4pm $15

Adult advanced choreography & technique! 4:30-6 pm
Advanced material delivered well under the speed of light! $15

For more info contact Artistic Directors:

Ellen Keane ellen@tapcompany.org

Cathy Keane Wind cathy@tapcompany.org 612-986-1944
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8. 2012 Live Music for Dance Minnesota grants

Application deadline: Dec. 15, 2011 (postmark)

In partnership with New Music USA, the American Composers Forum is pleased to offer the 2012 Live Music for Dance Minnesota grants to composers, dancers, and dance companies based in Minnesota.

The objectives of the program are:
· to support collaborations between composers and choreographers;
· to foster meaningful collaborations between composers and dance companies; and
· to support and encourage the use of live music for dance performances.

Applicants may request up to a total of $5,000.

Grants will be awarded in three categories:
· Category 1: Funds to support the commissioning of new work created by a Minnesota-based composer/choreographer team (i.e. individual artists).
· Category 2: Funds awarded to Minnesota-based professional dance companies to work with an American composer. For this category, the composer does not have to be based in Minnesota.
· Category 3: Funds awarded to Minnesota-based professional dance companies to hire live musicians (who may be from Minnesota or from outside the state).

Complete guidelines and application materials are available at:
http://www.composersforum.org/program/live-music-dance-minnesota
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9. Lucy Guerin, Inc. at the Walker Art Center

Structures and Sadness

October 6-8

Testing gravity and flirting with disaster, Lucy Guerin and her company make their Midwest debut constructing a precarious world teetering on collapse. An Australian choreographer renowned for her distinctive and rigorous vision, Guerin translates engineering principles—compression, suspension, torsion, failure—into an arresting movement vocabulary. With an elaborate set assembled throughout the show by the dancers to form a lifesize house of cards, the piece explores humanity’s universal trust in the built environment, and the fallout when that trust is betrayed. This “quietly devastating and potent work” (New York Press) will have a particular resonance in the Twin Cities as it’s based on the 1970 collapse of a bridge in Melbourne that killed 35 workers.

http://calendar.walkerart.org/event.wac?id=6260
612.375.7600
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10. Choreographic Workshop with Lucy Guerin at the Walker Art Center

Saturday, October 8, 2011, 11 am-1 pm

Following a short physical warm-up, participants will explore some of the ideas and practices that have contributed to recent Lucy Guerin Inc dance works. At present Guerin is working on “cycling choreography” which
involves the development of a short sequence of choreographed movement that repeats and gains new information each time it returns to its starting point. This physical workshop may also incorporate voice and props. Professional/advanced level dancer/choreographers preferred. Space is limited; reservations are highly recommended.

http://calendar.walkerart.org/event.wac?id=6501
612.375.7600
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11. Big Dance Theater at the Walker Art Center

Supernatural Wife

Thursday-Saturday, November 17-19, 8 pm

New York’s Big Dance Theater has gained an avid international following for its stunning theatrical hybrids with dark comic touches—“fiercely visual work [that] can move you to tears” (Time Out New York). Their newest creation uses poet Anne Carson’s fresh translation of Euripides’ Alkestis, a rarely performed but profound exploration of death, selfishness, and self-sacrifice. The piece, which shows off the company’s seamless mix of multimedia performance, includes a Greek dance chorus, song, and soundscapes by Pulitzer Prize–winning composer David Lang (Bang on a Can All-Stars).

Come to the Walker before the show on Thursday for a free reading by Anne Carson at 6:30 pm.

http://calendar.walkerart.org/canopy.wac?id=6265
612.375.7600
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12. TECHNIQUES & PRACTICES IN CONTEMPORARY INDIAN DANCE

A grounding and intricate way of engaging the body, this class will focus on body isolations, rhythmic footwork, alignment, and contemporary choreography all through the lens of a technique and practice in contemporary Indian dance- Pramila style. The class will focus on strengthening footwork with rhythmic precision, all while maintaining a centered foundation in the movement vocabulary. This class is an invigorating and inviting environment to immerse oneself in the practice of a unique and challenging movement vocabulary.

This class is open to Young Adults and Adults. Passion for learning and expanding the possibilities of movement is required!

Get your first class FREE!

When: Wednesday evenings from 6:00-7:30pm. Session begins on September 21,
2011 and goes till November 16, 2011 with a class showing.

Where: Patrick’s Cabaret on 3010 Minnehaha Avenue Minneapolis, MN 55406.

Fee: Full Session costs $120. Walk-ins will cost $15 per class.

Pramila Vasudevan
pramila@aniccha.org
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13. JAWAAHIR in Club Bellydance with the BELLYDANCE SUPERSTARS

Saturday, October 15, 2011. 7:30pm.
St. Paul Student Center
2017 Buford Circle, St. Paul, MN 55108

The Bellydance Superstars are returning to the Twin Cities! This exciting show features Jawaahir in the first half of the show, and five Bellydance Superstars in the second half.

Check out Club Bellydance at http://www.bellydancesuperstars.com/club.
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14. Jazz for Musical Theatre class with Linda Talcott Lee

Where: BallareTeatro
4259 Minnehaha Avenue South, Minneapolis, 55406
612-721-8619

Start date: Saturday, October 1st
When: Saturdays, 9:00 – 10:30 am
Cost: Drop-in Rate: $15
Class Card: $110 for 10 classes
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15. 8 weeks Subbody Butoh Workshop with Kats D

Subbody Butoh Method was developed by Rhizome Lee, a Japanese Butoh practitioner. “Subbody” means subconscious body. In the subconscious realm, away from the boundary of ego and daily consciousness, our mind and body melt into oneness and create world that is completely different from daily world. Though various conditioning techniques, a Subbody Butoh practitioner creates movements through exploring the subconscious realm. For more information about Subbody Butoh Method, please go to: www.subbody.net

This workshop will focus on the essential aspects of Subbody Butoh:
· Quiet down the daily consciousness and listen to the subtle body signals.
· Go beyond our physical, psychological and social bounds in order to create movements that are novel and unique to the individual body.
· Develop Subbody movements through opening eight channels (body feeling, movement, visual, audio, emotion, relationship, world-self image and thinking).
· Explore movements through Hidden Body (Hidden Skin, Hidden Muscle, Hidden Joints, etc)
· Through the resonance with other Subbodies, become Co-body.

This workshop requires no dance experience. Anyone who would like to explore his or her hidden creative potentials is welcome!

When: Thursday 6:00-9:00pm January 5, 12, 19 February 2, 9, 16, 23 March 1
Where: Fallout Urban Art Center Studio Three, 2601 2nd Avenue South, Minneapolis
Tuition: $200 ($180 when you register by December 15th)

To register, please write a check payable to Kats D Fukasawa and mail to 5015 14th Avenue South, Minneapolis Minnesota 55417. Full payment required to register.

Kats D (Workshop Instructor) has been studying Subbody Butoh under the guidance of Rhizome Lee since 2005. He has also studied with other Butoh masters, such as Katsura Kan, Akira Kasai and Kim Itoh. He performs and teaches Subbody Butoh regularly in the Twin Cities and abroad. For more information about upcoming performances and workshops by Kats D, please go to: http://sites.google.com/site/katsdsubbody

For more information about workshop, please contact Kats D Fukasawa at KatsD.Subbody@gmail.com.
Kats D
Subbody Butoh Practitioner
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16. NEW DANCE WITH NEW MUSIC: NOV RABBIT SHOW

The next Rabbit Show will feature original music composed for the choreographer, and/or live music. If you are making dances with live music and/or music composed specifically for you, please consider getting onto the
November 9, 2011 Rabbit Show at Bryant Lake Bowl. That’s FIVE weeks away, and we already have three on board, with room for six, seven, or eight. We could raise the roof. No audition necessary, no fees required.

Contact John Munger at Jrmdance@aol.com or at 651-357-0393 for more info.
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17. Free rehearsal space in exchange for cleaning studio.

Fallout Art Coop is looking for someone interested in a work exchange. We can offer 5 hours a week rehearsal/development time in exchange for 1 hour a week cleaning to start with. If more time is desired, we are willing to work with the right person to create a win win relationship.

Studio is 1400 square feet, wood floors, tons of natural light, stereo system, close to bus line, close to MCAD and Children's Theater.

Please email Stephanie at mssjohnson@yahoo.com if you are interested.
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18. Position Opening at Zenon: Managing Director

Zenon is currently accepting resumes for the position of Managing Director. This position is full time and reports to the Founding Artistic and Executive Director, Linda Z. Andrews. The position is responsible for overseeing the
management of the organization as a whole.

Other responsibilities include:
-Directing the daily operations and activities of the entire organization
-Managing organizational relations with the Board of Directors by providing reports and materials and working with Committees as needed
-Overseeing high level financial operations including creation of annual budget
-Administratively supporting company performances and all company activities through the creation of materials, scheduling, organizing volunteers, coordinating choreographers and other constituents, etc.
-Book and plan touring activities for the company including managing travel, marketing and other logistics.
-Coordinating overall marketing efforts for the company including the printing of materials, ad placement, email blasts, and social media operations
-Manage general office operations including purchasing, equipment maintenance, and database management
-Supporting other staff as needed and other duties as assigned

Qualifications:
-Bachelor’s degree or equivalent
-At least two years management experience.
-Marketing experience strongly preferred.
-Experience with not-for-profit organizations strongly preferred.
-Knowledge of dance strongly preferred.
-Superior oral and written communication skills.
-Must be a team player, organized, energetic, and detail-oriented, able to juggle multiple tasks, work under pressure, meet deadlines, and prioritize workload.
-Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Publisher and Access; Adobe InDesign and Photoshop a plus;

Zenon Dance Company and School, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application deadline is October 7th, 2011 at 5:00 pm.
Please check www.zenondance.org for updates on the position.

Please send cover letter and résumé including 3 references to:

Linda Z. Andrews, Artistic and Executive Director
Zenon Dance Company and School, Inc.
528 Hennepin Ave., #400
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Ph: 612-338-1101
Fax: 612-338-2479
linda@zenondance.org
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19. Zenon’s BOOty Bash!

A Benefit for Zenon Dance
Friday October 28 - 8pm-2am - Honey - 205 E Hennepin Ave
Featuring DJs Jake Rudh, Flipstyle, and Greg Waletski
$10 at the door age 21+

It’s Time to Shake Your Booty - Zenon’s BOO-ty Bash!

Join us to rock the house with Zenon’s own DJ Greg Waletski, working the turntable between 8-10pm, followed by DJs Jake Rudh and Flipstyle from 10pm-2am, at nightclub Honey! Featuring a raffle, Trick-or-Treat bags, and a cash bar with drink specials, this Halloween dance party benefits Zenon Dance Company and School. Costumes please - be ready to dress and dance to impress!

Purchase tickets now at zenondance.org or at the door
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20. PLEASE JOIN US FOR THE MN SAGE AWARDS GALA PRESENTATION in ONE WEEK!

The 7th annual SAGE Awards for Dance will be held at the Cowles Center on October 11, 2011
at 7:30 p.m. A public reception follows the ceremony.

Tickets are $15 and are currently on sale for this extraordinary celebration of dance. Call the Cowles Center box office at 612.206.3600 or go online at www.thecowlescenter.org.

The 2011 SAGE awards ceremony will feature a compelling lineup of past SAGE Awards recipients beginning with an opening address by Patrick Scully, founder and artistic director of Patrick’s Cabaret. Kenna Camara Cottman will host this year's SAGE awards which will feature performances by Hijack, Penny Freeh and Zenon Dance Company. Kenn Wanaku & SUNplug'd will provide music throughout the evening. Following the ceremony, everyone is invited to join the nominees and performers for a reception featuring Surly Beer and food from Red Stag Supper Club.

For more information, go to: www.sageawards.org
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21. TU DANCE OPEN CLASSES

Mondays through Saturdays

**Note new times on Tuesdays and Thursdays

Mondays
9:00 – 10:30 am
Ballet, Laurel Keen

6:00 – 7:30 pm
Ballet, Laurel Keen

Tuesdays
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Ballet, Abdo Sayegh

Wednesdays
9:00 – 10:30 am
Modern, Eva Mohn

6:00 – 7:30 pm
Modern, Toni Pierce-Sands

Thursdays
4:30 - 6:00 pm
Ballet, Laurel Keen

Fridays
9:00 – 10:30 am
Modern, Toni Pierce-Sands

6:00 – 7:30 pm
Ballet, Laurel Keen

7:30 – 9:00 pm
West African, Kenna-Camara Cottman

Saturdays
2:00 – 3:30 pm
Contemporary Dance, Eva Mohn

Open classes are offered on a drop-in basis for $14 per class; a 10-class card may be purchased for $120. All classes are at the TU Dance Center, 2121 University Avenue West in Saint Paul (located on the north side of University behind the Subway between Vandalia and Cleveland). Free parking!

For more information, www.tudance.org or info@tudance.org or (612) 605-1925.
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22. ‘‘Basic Music Theory for Dancers,’ A Rhythmically Speaking Community Forum

Cost: Free of charge! Organized and Sponsored by Rhythmically Speaking
When: Saturday, October 15th from 12:00-2:00
Where: Catherine Ann Huber Foster Conference Room/ Minneapolis Central Library/ 300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401

A lot of dancers have basic music training (we understand the difference between 4/4 and 3/4 time, a quarter note and a whole note, etc.), but could use some more knowledge about the structures behind that training. Led by revered local composer Dameun Strange (www.dameunstrange.com), this forum will be an informal dialogue on how the musical elements of rhythmic structure, harmonic and melodic form, timbre and expression tools such as dynamics and articulation can be understood and translated into dance. This discussion is perfect for performers and choreographers interested in sharpening their ability to use music as a driving force in their art.

Please RSVP to the Facebook event at http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=272767862747407.

Questions? Thoughts? Ideas? They are truly welcomed. Toss an email to Erinn and Heather at info@rhythmicallyspeakingdance.org. See you there!

Groove on! - Erinn + Heather/ Co-Artistic Directors/ Rhythmically Speaking
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23. Katha Dance Theatre at the Cowles Center for Dance

Katha Dance Theatre is honored to be invited to perform at the yearlong inaugural celebration at the historic Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts in downtown Minneapolis. An exciting blend of soulful gospel
music and the enchanting art of North Indian Kathak dance, EKAM - The Supreme Oneness celebrates the commonalities in all religions.

"EKAM is translated from Sanskrit, meaning “One Truth, Many Paths”, said Rita Mustaphi, Founder and Artistic Director of Katha Dance Theatre. “We’re building on the cross-cultural collaborative program that we started in 2010 with our ‘Soul to Sole’ concert performance. We’re mixing dynamic percussive rhythmic footwork with poems and spiritual songs to celebrate the many ways people realize God.”

The creative forces include choreographer and dancer Rita Mustaphi, Gospel singer Robert Robinson, drummer Marc Anderson and Pianist Samuel Reeves. Katha Dance Theatre's internationally renowned company of dancers and singers from the Twin Cities Community Gospel Choir will also be taking part in this once in a lifetime performance.

Date: November 11 – 13, 2011

Venue: The Cowles Center for Dance and Performing Arts
528 Hennepin Ave Minneapolis, MN 55403

Showtimes: Friday, November 11, 2011 – 8:00 PM
Saturday, November 12, 2011 – 8:00 PM
Sunday, November 13, 2011 – 2:00 PM

Tickets*: Adults - $25
Seniors (62+) - $22
Students - $20
Children (12 & under) - $15

*Groups of 10+ will receive a 20% discount off of the Adult price

You can purchase your tickets today by calling 612 - 206 - 3600 or following this link: http://bit.ly/oWpZEw

For more information, please visit www.kathadance.org
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24. Come Fly Away at the Ordway

October 11-16

This one-of-a-kind dance experience combines the seductive vocals of “Ol’ Blue Eyes” with the sizzling sound of a live big band and the creative vision of Tony Award-winning choreographer Twyla Tharp in a unique musical theater setting. A collection of the world’s best dancers tell the story of four couples falling in and out of love at a swinging night club on a star-lit evening. Come Fly Away features a score of beloved Sinatra classics including “Fly Me to the Moon,” “My Way,” “New York, New York,” and “Makin’ Whoopee.”

Come Fly Away is approximately 90 minutes without intermission and after each evening performance, we’ll be swinging in the magical Marzitelli Foyer with the smooth-as-silk piano stylings of Lori Dokken. Stick around after the show, purchase a cocktail from our bar and extend your joyous evening at the Ordway.

Tickets
Groups 10+
Pre- and Post-Show Events
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25. Luna Negra Dance Theater at the Ordway

Tuesday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m.

Dedicated to the creation of bold works by Latino contemporary choreographers, Luna Negra Dance Theater serves as a springboard for Latino artists to give expression to their stories and bring new, spirited life to the cultures of their communities. This dance company from Chicago offers its audiences effervescent, energetic and passionate contemporary Latino dance, reflecting the compelling cultural shift that is shaping America in the 21st century.

Tickets
Groups 10+
Pre- and Post-Show Events
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26. Dances by Chris Schlichting Oct 20-23, 2011

at:
Studio 206
Ivy Building for the Arts
2637 27th Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55406

Matching Drapes (A new quartet featuring Mary Ann Bradley, Joanna Furnans, Krista Langberg and Max Wirsing)
and
Public Hair (A solo performed by Chris that premiered at Danspace Project in NYC in February of 2011)
and
I'm Not Sure What This Wetness Is (A duet featuring Tristan Koepke and Kristin Van Loon)

Lighting design by Heidi Eckwall
Sound design by Justin Jones and Chris Schlichting
Set design by Terrence Payne and Chris Schlichting

The show order will be as follows:

THUR FRI SAT SUN
Show 1 (7:30) 1 (7:30) 1 (7:30) 1 (7:30)
Matching Drapes I'm Not Sure.... Public Hair Matching Drapes
I'm Not Sure.... Public Hair Matching Drapes I'm Not Sure....

Show 2 (8:30) 2 (8:30) 2 (8:30) 2 (8:30)
Public Hair Matching Drapes I'm Not Sure.... Public Hair
Matching Drapes I'm Not Sure.... Public Hair Matching Drapes

There are 2 shows each night. Each show includes 2 pieces. There are a total of 3 pieces. The second show of the night will include a piece you haven't seen followed by one you have. There will be a pause between all pieces, so you are not required to stay beyond what you want to watch.

Each piece is approximately 20 minutes long.

Ticket information:
One show costs $15. If you see two shows you'll pay $5 for the second. If you have one night to see the shows you should buy the $20 ticket for both.

We have very limited tickets available (40 seats each performance.)

Pre-sale tickets are available at:

http://matchingdrapes.eventbrite.com/

If you would like to pay by cash or check at the door you may make a reservation by e-mailing us at:matchingdrapes@gmail.com

However, priority will be given to online pre-paid tickets.
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27. FINAL CHANCE TO DANCE IN PUBLIC WITH GRACE MINNESOTA, now through OCT 6!

Dance your inner self in public! Don’t you feel it too? offers free sessions in public dance and self-exploration. All are welcome: dancers, artists, non-artists, self-explorers, and their friends! Come to any or all of the 8 practice dates through October 6. It’s physically thrilling and an emotionally liberating!

Don’t you feel it too? has been an ongoing project of Grace Minnesota since 2008 (in response to the Republican National Convention) and is a Minneapolis Art Commission award-winning work. Participants explore their inner life, their comforts and reservations, through dancing along to their own playlists. It’s fun, challenging, good exercise, and creatively mischievous.

Don't miss the Final Drop -in sessions this season! TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY: October 4, 5, with the culminating event on October 6. Times are 5:30-7:30pm, at Peavey Plaza in Minneapolis. Check specific dates and locations athttp://graceminnesota.blogspot.com. Specific questions? email dyfit@graceminnesota.org.
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