Author archive for Jane E. Werle

  • 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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  • One Night in Fairyland

    The Colorado Ballet’s Performance of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” I am spoiled for airplane travel forever. From now on, when…

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  • “Belle et Charmant”: the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema

    Not being familiar with the emergent art form “screendance” meant that I was in for an unexpected treat when I…

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  • Interweave Dance Theatre

    Interweave Dance Theatre’s Memories, Dreams, and Reflections hits a lot of high points. From its rich theme to the well-thought-out and referential…

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  • “Sanctuary” and So Much More

    The Zikr Dance Ensemble is composed of accomplished, balletically trained dancers. All distinguished themselves at various times during the performance I saw,…

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  • Passion and Purpose with the Hannah Kahn Dance Company

    Why dance? Why go see dance? Why is there a performer/audience relationship, and what does it offer to each? What…

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  • Journey into Self with The Schiff Dance Collective’s “The Edge of Us”

    Born from a series of writing workshops, The Edge of Us is a passionate progression through stages of the curiously universal experience…

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  • Wonderbound’s “Love” and the Examined Life

    Wondering what to expect from this Wonderbound performance? Expect enthusiastic applause. Expect to witness powerful artists flexing their various crafts…

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  • Not a Transition: Powerful Moments “In Transit”

    To witness the Cindy Brandle Dance Company’s new work In Transit at the Dairy Center is a plum opportunity. The theater is…

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  • In the Now: Work and Play from the Hannah Kahn Dance Company

    Excitement and anticipation rustled in the lobby before the Hannah Kahn Dance Company’s performance of The Get Go and Other Dances on…

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