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Hello Jane. Thanx for sending me this blog link. Its a great way for me to keep up with the dance world in Pgh. Even though I now have my masters degree in New Media this is the 1st blog I’ve been on! LOL. I’ve been overseas in Budapest, Hungary with Susan Stroman directing the international debut of CONTACT there. I move on next to the Asolo Rep in Sarasota, Florida, Seoul, Korea and Lodz Poland for companies. I will also just been picked and signed on to direct the revival of the June Havoc play Marathon 33 here in New York City, so all those years back with my production of MARATHONS for the Physical Theater Project will come into handy. I also will have another round of workshops for the new musical I’ve created based on the life /work of Harlem Renasassance photographer Jame VanDerZee. Pgh composer Michael Moricz is the musical director and co composer with myself. Whew! I’ll be back in Pgh at some point in July /Aug so maybe we could meet up and chat.
Best wishes on a beautiful magazine! I will look forward to more exciting pieces of writing.
Hi Jane – Here is the Pittsburgh Youth Ballet Nutcracker Schedule –
Upper St. Clair High School
December 4 7:30 PM
December 5 2:30 PM & 7:30 PM
December 6 2:30 PM
December 18 7:00 PM
December 19 7:00 PM
With the CAPA Symphony Orchestra under the direction of David Knapp
Special Mini-Nutcracker on Wednesday, December 9 at 10:00 AM at the Children’s Home of Pittsburgh – Child’s Way where PYBC’s community outreach classes are held every Wednesday with Andrew Blight.
Thanks Jane –
Jane: Michael Matta sent me your link today–How clever the name of your web magazine! A nice twist on three rivers and current dance news! Good Luck — I will check back often! patty
A new chapter of The National Society of Arts and Letters is in formation. President, Juanita Jackson, former member, Washington Chapter, Steve Crosby, VP, Bonnie Crosby Dance Chair is former Pittsburgh Chapter President. Information regarding the national competition in 2011 can be accessed through http://www.arts-nsal.org. Click on ‘Competitions.’ This year’s competition is Dance Choreography).
A list of chapter dance chairs is included. The Chautauqua Area Chapter’s information is forthcoming. The winner of the National competition is $10,000.
North Carolina Dance Theatre, Jean-Pierre Bonnefoux, Artistic Director, will present An Evening of “Pas de Deux,” Wednesday, July 28, 8:15 pm in the Amphitheater of the Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua, N.Y.
Chautauqua Dance Circle celebrates its 5th anniversary. Co-presidents are Bonnie Crosby and Mimi Eddleman. The organization, through membership dues and additional contributions, provides scholarships for Chautauqua Summer School of Dance. Treasurer, Stephen Crosby presented a check to the Institution in the amount of $15,000 for 2010 scholarships.
Hey..Don’t leave out the August Wilson Dance Academy!Artistic Director: Greer Reed. Reed Dance Intensive just concluded on Sunday Aug.19th with a spectacular show..
Hope you got my email —
I did. Thanks!
Hi all- New to this blog. My name is Lea Kasic and I am the artistic director of Exhalations Dance Theatre, a contemporary dance company in the Pittsburgh area which was founded to create performing and choreography opportunities for professionals pursuing other careers who still desire to express their art. This is the company’s sixth season, and is currently made up of twenty five company dancers who have graduated from Point Park, Slippery Rock, or are inform everyone to our upcoming performance of “Emergence”; a narrative of growth, discovery, and power.
Emergence premiers at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater Saturday, September 10th at 8pm and Sunday, September 11th at 3pm.
Tickets can be bought online at Eventbrite.
Excited to find this blog, to make some new connections, and learn about new and exciting things in the dance world in Pgh- Lea
I was unaware. Will be there on Sunday to see what you are doing. Best, Jane
Thank you Jane for the quick response and we look forward to having you at our performance
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