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Monday, June 25, 2012
On the Boulevard: A delightful evening of words and wine —“Verse and Vino”—raised funds for the irrepressible Boulevard Theatre, celebrating its “first” 26 years. The expansively beautiful Zimmerman Architectural Studios in the Menomonee...
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
It is to the lasting credit of founding choreographer Debra Loewen and the artists and community members who have worked with her or otherwise given their support that her Wild Space Dance Company has made it through 25 seasons...
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2011

Dance Company

This forward-looking, hard-working company serves so many people. In addition to ambitious concerts of new work by the professional Danceworks Performance Company, as well as a risk-taking series of experimental performances...
Sunday, May 1, 2011

Danceworks at Sweet Water Organics

The moral of the folk tale that gives this dance its name is that a community can do what no one person can accomplish alone. Stone Soup is a unified dance created and performed by the resident members of the Danceworks Performance Company and guest Andrew Zenoni under the direction of Danceworks...
Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Dance performance takes place at Sweet Water Organics

Stone Soup, a Danceworks Performance Company premiere (April 28-May 1), takes its title from a folk legend of soldiers playing a trick on stingy villagers who refuse them food and shelter. The soldiers take an ordinary stone and claim that it has magic: Put it in a pot with food and the food will multiply...
Monday, Aug. 30, 2010
In the fields of dance and hybrid performance, almost every work presented in our town is brand new. Debra Loewen is among the most original of the originators. She has been making dances here for so long that the life energy of our city is somehow always her subject and everything her Wild Space...
Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Local performers join the digital revolution at Danceworks

“ScreenDance” offers an opportunity to relax outdoors on a summer night on lawn chairs or blankets while enjoying nine short, handpicked contemporary dance films on a large screen beside the Milwaukee River. Curated by Luc Vanier of UW-Milwaukee’s Peck School of the Arts dance department in collaboration with Danceworks’o...
Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Danceworks presents five ‘seriously silly’ pieces

In art, it’s as great a challenge to capture the ridiculous as the sublime, and sometimes they are two sides of a coin. As the mother of four, choreographer Dani Kuepper has learned to value the absurd as a bond and silliness as a language. In her decade-plus with Danceworks...

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