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Review: ‘Aladdin and His Magic Lamp’ at Hope Garden Children’s Ballet Theatre

Aladdin and the Magic of Dance On June 4, 2016, in the Poolesville High School auditorium, Hope Garden Children’s Ballet Theatre staged a production of original ballet, Aladdin and His Magic Lamp. This was no Disney’s Aladdin. Artistic Director Fran Ichijo created an entirely new ballet with nods to the past classics. The ballet opened with original choreography […]

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2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Big River (and Other Wayfaring Ballets)’ by Tina Barksdale

MOVEiUS Contemporary Ballet, the 2012 winner of Capital Fringe Audience Award, returns to the Fringe this summer for a deeper, more mysterious examination of an emotional journey. A contrast from last year’s lighthearted steampunk fantasy, Big River (and Other Wayfaring Ballets) will not only intrigue audience members, it will also showcase the strength, technical ability […]

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‘Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet’ at MOVEiUS Dance at INTERSECTIONS at Atlas by Rick Westerkamp

MOVEiUS Dance presented Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet, an audience-friendly afternoon of work by multiple choreographers, yesterday as a part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival. This concert featured multiple artistic aesthetics, from classical work resembling what one automatically thinks of when they hear the word ballet, to contemporary ballet work appealing to those with more […]

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Tomorrow at 2 PM MOVEiUS Dance Premiere of ‘Legacy’ at INTERSECTIONS at ATLAS

MOVEiUS Dance will present “Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet” TOMORROW, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2013 at 2 pm, at the Sprenger Theatre at Atlas Performing Arts Center. This is their newest evening-length program, established by emerging DC choreographers Natalie Smith, Florian Rouiller, Katya Vasilaky, and Diana Movius to inspire a conversation about future generations and […]

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