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Flashback Fridays: Descending Cords, 1999

Spring 1940 One tree another tree Each standing alone and erect The wind and the air Tell their distance apart But beneath the cover of earth Their roots reach out and at depths that cannot be seen The roots of … Continue reading

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Sneering from the curb

We just came across this great post by our friends from James Madison University where we recently performed.  On their blog “be the change within.  they feature interesting, inspiring, innovative and creative people who are changing the world — one … Continue reading

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All Aboard The Dislocation Express!

by Choreographer Eric Kupers I’m in the final weeks of the creation process for The Dislocation Express, an interdisciplinary work that’s been in the making since 2008 (in terms of visioning and planning) and since February of this year (in … Continue reading

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The Critical Importance Of AXIS Dance Company On ‘So You Think You Can Dance’

By Samuel Miller Oakland’s AXIS Dance Company (@AXISDanceCo) performs on So You Think You Can Dance this Thursday! Details: http://tinyurl.com/3wme8e4 In the 1980’s, when I was more ambulatory than I am today, I met a humanities professor at a local … Continue reading

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