The Commentary Corner

When it comes to dance commentary, Presenting Denver is in the know. The Commentary Corner gives you the 411 on the 303, for your local dance scene.

If you are seeking written performance coverage on The Commentary Corner from a Presenting Denver Ambassador Writer, please submit your upcoming professional dance performance event information to the Community Calendar and indicate your request for coverage in your calendar submission form. Please note our submission processes listed at the bottom of this page.

  • Take My Breath Away

    Opening night for the Louder Than Words Dancetheatre (LTW), Playground Ensemble and Jeff NychtBperformance at the in-the-round Elizabeth Eriksen Byron Theater at the University of Denver’s…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • The Colorado Ballet presents the good, the bad, and the magnificent in “BALLET DIRECTOR’S CHOICE”!

    The Colorado Ballet closes its 2013-2014 season with Ballet Director’s Choice. This production will feature three contemporary works including Feast of the…

  • Wonderbound’s Brave New World

    And scene: up-tempo, heavy drum roll and a cello – the makings of a good night! But, wait, I am…

  • 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…

  • Gotta mush. Gotta mush. Will you do the fandango?

    Last night Trey McIntyre Project (TMP) wooed the packed Newman Center at DU. Opening with a Behind the Curtain conversation, Dawn Fay and Garrett Ammon (original…

  • Bit by the LOVE Bug

      On February 14 – 16, Wonderbound is going to bite you! It will nip and pierce taking you on LOVE’s journey…

  • 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…

  • Colorado Ballet’s The Nutcracker

    Let the snowflakes dance! Let them out so they can flit and flutter delicate as the wind pushes and pulls.…

  • 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…

  • Sum Of Your Parts

    The first time I thought I’d reached the seminal moment of beauty within Evolving Doors Dance Company’s Sum of Your Parts was…

  • A Gothic Folktale

    On Friday, I had the pleasure of witnessing the talented troupe, Wonderbound (formerly Ballet Nouveau Colorado) for the first time…

  • Winning: Denver and Dance

    According to Adam Lerner, Director, Museum of Contemporary Art, “Denver is very welcoming for artists. There is no entrenched academic…

  • Colorado Ballet’s Giselle

    The way to a Halloween lover’s heart: pale-faced elongations and a haunting performance. Colorado Ballet’s Giselle evoked ghostly love in its opening…

  • Mark Morris Dance Group

    A lover’s quarrel, feet as percussion, Polynesianesque tribal huddles and Ivor Cutler? Mark Morris takes the audience back and forth…

  • Control Group Productions presents ‘Salon Romantik, opus 3: FEAR & PROPHETS’

    On a bridge in Denver, spider black arms wrap and convulse. They take a break and walk into the rolling…

  • Colorado Ballet’s Season Opener

    Adele, tutus and firemen. Not the typical dance performance nor the typical venue when one thinks ballet. This year’s 2013-2014 Colorado Ballet…

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