Author archive for Jane E. Werle

  • Jayne Persch

    AN EDUCATION: TEA WITH MS. JAYNE PERSCH “Dance is the noblest of arts.  It blends music, color, tone, textures, and…

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  • Like Stained Glass

    THE BRIGHT VISION OF ‘INVOCATION” Perhaps you are open to the amalgamation of glowing bespoke art, theatrical set witchery, specialists…

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  • A Spicy Taste of the Boulder Ballet

    The Boulder Theater was nearly full at the well-attended 2pm Mother’s Day Boulder Ballet show, and the audience was vocal and ready…

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  • An Afternoon of Joyful Dance and Community

    On the afternoon of Saturday, May 2nd, audience members and dancers alike filed out of the Dairy Center for the…

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  • The Human Magic of “The Untruth i Wore” by the Schiff Dance Collective

    A thick scattering of papers describes a wide oval on the stage at the Dairy Center for the Arts on…

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  • The Colorado Ballet’s Dancers Shine in “Ballet MasterWorks”

    The Colorado Ballet Corps de Ballet and soloists Maria Mosina, Sharon Wehner, and Alexei Tyukov executed Balanchine’s choreography with admirable proficiency and vivacity in the first…

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  • More Than Before

    BRIAH DANSE ADDS TO THE CONVERSATION OF FRONT RANGE MOVEMENT The debut performances of the sparkling new company BRIAH DANSE under the…

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  • Performance over Conformance

    The conceptual breadth of Control Group Production’s Salon series is formidable, and well reflected in its multifarious applications, but finding an entry…

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  • An Innovative Risk: Avatar Movement Dance Company’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”

    Adapting Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is an ambitious undertaking. The members of AMDC pull it off because of their ability to…

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  • The Human Toll of War Examined in 3rd Law Dance/Theater’s “Wanderer”

    Some aspects of war are difficult to dispute. People die; people are hurt in body and in mind, on and…

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