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Bordering on Delirium

14 years ago by Dusti Rhodes
Today at Helios will be your last chance to say "I saw that before it was projected on the side of skyscrapers," as Spacetaker.org presents a sneak preview for Transistor, choreographer/dancer Aileen Mapes's multimedia performance, which will be presented in downtown Houston this fall and projected onto buildings in Market...
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Nothing

7 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
Suchu Dance artistic director and choreographer Jennifer Wood’s work is often difficult to describe. It’s contemporary dance, of course, but beyond that most labels fall short of adequately describing her creations. “We’re compiling a Suchu dictionary,” says Aileen Mapes, one of the performing artists dancing in Wood’s current production, Nothing...
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FrenetiCore Dance Theater Pays Tribute to the Late Essayist David Rakoff

7 years ago by Olivia Flores Alvarez
The Set-up: For there is no answer as to why me: A Dance Tribute to David Rakoff the FrenetiCore dancers perform to audio clips by the late essayist and frequent NPR contributor David Rakoff; a variety of videos are projected onto a backdrop that hangs across the back of the...
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Killer Bunnies Attack in Suchu Dance's BOSK

7 years ago by Adam Castaneda
The Setup: June 7 marked the beginning of Suchu's three-weekend run of BOSK, Jennifer Wood's latest dance theater creation. Filled with bunnies, deer and alligators, BOSK is a zany whirlwind of a black comedy, emphasis on comedy. The Execution: BOSK makes a strong first impression with its striking minimal set...
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Capsule Reviews

16 years ago by Nancy Galeota-Wozny
Bad Dates An icky date can happen to anyone. But Theresa Rebeck's one-woman show is a reminder of how hilarious they can be in retrospect. The whole production takes place in single mom Haley's bedroom, where she primps and dresses for several dates as she tells us about her life...
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Capsule Reviews

16 years ago by D. L. Groover
Last Night at Orabella's The wizards responsible for the nonstop hilarity at Radio Music Theatre are Steve Farrell, Vicki Farrell and Rich Mills, abetted behind the curtain by Mark Cain on lights and Pat Southard on sound effects and keyboard. Last Night at Orabella's is the first in a 14-play...

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