“A lot of these dancers — most of these dancers in fact — train year-round for this first event of the year, of the powwow season,” said Larry Yazzie, a champion dancer himself and founder of Native Pride Arts. “They’re like athletes. They run, they bike, weightlifting, eat right, whatever they can to get that edge out there on the dance arena.”
“We live in a word where ant-Semitism is growing by leaps and bounds,” said Asner, who lost relatives fighting the Nazis. “That’s why I’m doing ‘The Soap Myth.'”
Founded in 1994 by Colorado country scene legend Bo Cottrell and wife, Lynne, TAPS has provided assistance to more than 50,000 surviving family members and others after the death of family member in the Armed Forces
Susan is one of several artists and writers featured in “Zeitgeist,” a staged reading of essays and creative works at the Aurora Cultural Arts District gallery by Collective Conscious, the ACAD’s newest artistic tenant
Whatever the show’s going for, the chorus and cast delivers with energy and sizzling choreography. All at once, the show reveals the talent of the creators, the directors and the cast
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Dripping with intrigue and glossed with the grotesque, this incarnation of “Sweeney” is a fresh, yet faithful, sensation from the first jugular spurt to the last
“Any young generation of dancers who come to ballet, in one way or another, they bring something new, modern,” said Vaziev.