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2012 Stories by Anne Tschida of artburstmiami.com

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  • Nuts for This Cracker

    published December 6, 2012

    If you’re not familiar with the Christmas tale The Nutcracker, it goes something like this: A giddy little Clara can’t wait for the... More >>

  • Declaration Dancing

    published December 6, 2012

    The Tea Party is not the only entity obsessed with our Revolutionary War days. Dancer, performance artist, and choreographer Dayna Hanson is too,... More >>

  • Keeping It Pure

    published November 29, 2012

    Rennie Harris Puremovement is often called the "original hip-hop dance troupe." And that's an apt description. But the term is limiting, because... More >>

  • Dancing Off the Beaten Path

    published November 1, 2012

    Last year, the British choreographer and filmmaker Darshan Singh Bhuller debuted his stunning Caravaggio: Exile and Death, which combined hyper-... More >>

  • Ballet Gone Global

    published August 23, 2012

    The International Ballet Festival of Miami is one fest that lives up to its name. It involves dancers and companies from 15 countries and will... More >>

  • Miami Mashup

    published August 16, 2012

    Forget purity. Mixed cultural mashups are the Miami way. Take for example Friday's SOULé evening. The performance begins with a pinch of... More >>

  • Move Your Body

    published August 9, 2012

    Ife-Ile is a unique and fantastic Miami institution in dance. Almost by a thread, this dance company and its summer festival weave together... More >>

  • Ile Communication

    published August 9, 2012

    Ife-Ile is a unique and fantastic Miami institution in dance. Almost by a thread, this dance company and its summer festival weave together... More >>

  • Beat It

    published August 2, 2012

    Miami is an amazing multicultural cauldron, a heated brew of North American, South American, and Caribbean backgrounds. But even here, an event... More >>

  • Futuristic Flamenco

    published June 21, 2012

    The Lion King hogged most of Miami’s theater headlines this month, but Siudy Between Worlds/Entre Mundos, the next show on the... More >>

  • Go Rogue

    published June 14, 2012

    The Bernice Steinbaum Gallery (3550 N. Miami Ave., Miami) has been a focal point in Miami’s artistic community for years, having introduced... More >>

  • Baile a Ballet

    published June 14, 2012

    A great thing about Miami’s burgeoning — and increasingly vibrant — dance scene is its diversity. On most weekends, we can catch... More >>

  • Don’t Call It a Comeback

    published May 24, 2012

    The Haitian dance company Ayikodans, much like the country in which it resides, teetered on the verge of disintegration after the... More >>

  • Coming Out

    published May 10, 2012

    Sean Dorsey is intrigued by tales of love, especially as told by members of an aging gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer (GLBTQ) community.... More >>

  • Dance Gone Global

    published May 3, 2012

    Peter London teaches choreography at the New World School of the Arts, where he mentored Robert Battle, recently named director of the Alvin Ailey... More >>

  • Dancing Around the Subject

    published May 3, 2012

    For the third year in a row, the dancers of Dance Now! will interact with art at the Bass Museum (2121 Park Ave., Miami Beach) for The... More >>

  • A Doll of a Dance

    published March 29, 2012

    During the 19th Century, when industry and science were transforming the Western world, artists across the globe became obsessed with all the new... More >>

  • Love the Way They Move

    published March 1, 2012

    To call Pilobolus a dance troupe is far too limiting — the members of this exhilarating and popular company are acrobats, dancers,... More >>

  • Flamenco On Top

    published March 1, 2012

    That the Flamenco Festival Miami 2012 returns to the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (1300 Biscayne Blvd., Miami) for the... More >>

  • Black Is Back

    published February 23, 2012

    The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has become a legendary force throughout the world since it was founded in 1958. The first and still... More >>

  • The Romance of Dance

    published February 16, 2012

    Giselle is one of the most famous ballets of all time. The leading role is also one of the most coveted; every ballerina who aims to... More >>

  • It Takes History to Tango

    published February 9, 2012

    The quintessential Argentine dance, the tango, is often associated with glamorous European-style café society, with the dashing attire and... More >>

  • Female and Fierce

    published February 2, 2012

    Hip-hop has become one of the most significant and influential movements in music and dance during the past 30 years. It has changed the way we... More >>

  • Ballet the Classical Way

    published February 2, 2012

    Let’s take it back to the basics: Rachmaninov, Tchaikovsky, classic Russian ballet masters. That’s what the Grigorovich Ballet Company... More >>

  • Dancing Ably

    published January 26, 2012

    "You say a word, I say a word, and we will make a sentence" That's the premise of the Axis Dance Company's premiere of Full of... More >>

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