Author archive for Jane E. Werle

  • Photography by Amanda Tipton

    Will Treat

    Choreographer Will Treat is a Colorado native who holds a B.F.A. in Film and a minor in Dance from CU-Boulder.…

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  • Franca Telesio

    “When you dance, you have to be like an empty bamboo inside, quiet and still.” –Robert Cohan, Artistic Director of…

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  • Photography by Amanda Tipton

    Rosie Granito

    “I truly believe that each person is put on this planet to create an impact. Whether that impact be on…

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  • Photo by Jamie Kraus Photography.

    Jenny Gram

    Jenny Gram, of The JGram Project, speaks eloquently about what drives her to choreograph. “Using movement as a form of…

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  • Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance, Flight Path. Photo by Richard Keifer. Courtesy of Frequent Flyers® Aerial Dance.

    Buckle Up, Let Go

    What does it feel like to dance in the air? An audience tends to see the planned visual effect and…

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  • Photo by Scott McCormick of McCormick Photos and Design. Image courtesy of Lost Walks.

    Beauty of the Beast

    Denver band Lost Walks, a kind of project-based local supergroup, performed their gothic rock opera Wolf, Woman, Man to a…

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  • Photo by Ximena Monroy. Image courtesy of Julie Rothschild.

    Green Needs Ash

    When considering the vast scale of destruction humans have wrought upon the earth, it can be easy to forget that…

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  • Aerial Dance Festival 2017

    Aerial dance utilizes various apparatus in order to push the directional and physical edges of intentional movement. During the faculty…

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  • Photo by Heather Gray. Image courtesy of 3rd Law Dance/Theater

    FRUITFUL CROSS-POLLINATION

    Unafraid to take risks and experiment, the company of 3rd Law Dance/Theater is full of accomplished dancers, yet it presents…

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  • Photo by Francisco Estevez. Image courtesy of Cindy Brandle Dance Company.

    What’s Beneath

    Viewers of Revealed, the new work by Cindy Brandle Dance Company, first see seated dancers’ backs as they and we…

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