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Celebrity Series starts 2023 with powerhouse dance performances
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Celebrity Series starts 2023 with powerhouse dance performances
Celebrity Series welcomes 2023 this month with two groundbreaking dance performances by award-winning women choreographers of color: Stefanie Batten Bland’s “Look Who’s Coming to Dinner,” performed by Company SBB January 14-15, and LaTasha Barnes’ “The Jazz Continuum,” running January 19-21.
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‘Urban  Nutcracker’ — the holiday classic with a Boston twist returns
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‘Urban Nutcracker’ — the holiday classic with a Boston twist returns
Anthony Williams’ “Urban Nutcracker,” a holiday tradition sparkling with city pride, returns to the stage Dec. 17–23 at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.
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‘Dear Remedios...’ — A love letter to an artist, written in Flamenco dance
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‘Dear Remedios...’ — A love letter to an artist, written in Flamenco dance
Art historian, Flamenco dancer and cinematographer María Aliaga fell in love with the painter Remedios Varo 10 years ago. After a decade of research and creative devotion, she has channeled her feelings into a performative letter to the artist. “Querida Remedios” is a love letter written in Flamenco dance from Aliaga to Varo, and on Dec. 1, audiences can experience it on film at the Dance Complex in Cambridge.
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Kyle Abraham debuts new dance piece in Boston
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Kyle Abraham debuts new dance piece in Boston
Groundbreaking choreographer Kyle Abraham and his company A.I.M by Kyle Abraham present a new composition, “Requiem: Fire in the Air of the Earth” Nov. 18-19 at the Boch Center Shubert Theatre.
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Abilities Dance presents a more inclusive ballet performance
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Abilities Dance presents a more inclusive ballet performance
Ballet gets an equitable contemporary upgrade in Abilities Dance Boston’s production “Inversion,” performed in person and virtually Nov. 4 and 5.
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Augmented reality and the arts merge in Cambridge dance performance
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Augmented reality and the arts merge in Cambridge dance performance
Contemporary dance collective The Click debuts an augmented reality (AR) dance experience in Kendall Square this weekend. “Emotive Land” explores the need for and possibility of harmony be-tween art, culture, innovation and nature in site-specific dance pieces dually projected virtually on an app and performed in person.
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Boston Ballet multimedia pop-up stops in Grove Hall during ‘Open Streets’
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Boston Ballet multimedia pop-up stops in Grove Hall during ‘Open Streets’
The Boston Ballet’s ÜNI public art installation will pop up in Grove Hall on Aug. 6 as part of the Boston Open Streets Initiative. The installation presents in a dome structure dance films and audio-visual artworks created by the ballet.
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Spring Dance Fest blooming at Emerson Cutler Majestic
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Spring Dance Fest blooming at Emerson Cutler Majestic
Global Arts Live has turned its Winter Dance Fest into a Spring Dance Fest, recasting a January trio of stellar dance performances cancelled due to the pandemic into a three-evening series that runs from June 2 through June 5 at the Emerson Cutler Majestic Theatre.
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First Black female step dancer joins ‘Riverdance’ tour
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First Black female step dancer joins ‘Riverdance’ tour
The “Riverdance” 25th anniversary show comes to Boston May 10–15, and it features a very important cast member. Morgan Bullock is the first Black female dancer to grace the stage in the production, ushering in a new, more diverse chapter celebrating traditional Irish dance.
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'Let's Dance Boston!' coming to Rose Kennedy Greenway
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'Let's Dance Boston!' coming to Rose Kennedy Greenway
Celebrity Series of Boston’s “Let’s Dance Boston!” event allows Bostonians the opportunity to shake off two years of pandemic stress on the Rose Kennedy Greenway dance floor.
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JAE dance company explores trauma, Haitian history in ‘Traka’
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JAE dance company explores trauma, Haitian history in ‘Traka’
Contemporary and Haitian fusion dance troupe Jean Appolon Expressions (JAE) will debut a powerful new piece, “Traka,” at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston on May 13 and 14. Presented by Global Arts Live, “Traka” explores trauma and the healing power of movement through the lens of Haitian history.
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A.I.M by Kyle Abraham dance company at ICA/Boston
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A.I.M by Kyle Abraham dance company at ICA/Boston
On Friday, April 15, A.I.M. returned to the ICA/Boston with works choreographed to the music of Nina Simone and Bill Evans. 
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