Finding Ourselves in Others with Rebecca Lemme’s I/D

Acts of Matter Rebecca Lemme I/D

What makes you, you? How can you know another person? How do we relate to ourselves and one another? These are just a few questions Rebecca Lemme’s (of Acts of Matter) I/D so eloquently answers. I/D premiered in its full form last weekend at the Odyssey Theater on a split bill with DANCE AEGIS. DANCE … Continue reading Finding Ourselves in Others with Rebecca Lemme’s I/D

LACDC’s “huge experiment”, Choreography Lab, is a huge success

LACDC Choreography Lab

In the competitive world of dance, it can be hard for new voices to find spaces to experiment and foster their work. LACDC’s Choreography Lab is creating that space. On July 11th, 2019, LA Contemporary Dance Company’s (LACDC) inaugural Choreography Lab at Renaissance Arts Academy welcomed onlookers and community members alike for an all-around nurturing … Continue reading LACDC’s “huge experiment”, Choreography Lab, is a huge success

Luminario Ballet’s “Choose Your Identity” is still trying things on

Luminario Ballet Dance Review

On opening night of “Choose Your Identity”, the Fais Dodo set the perfect scene for a rock-and-roll themed performance. The stage was small, but the rows of chairs were set a few yards from the stage to make room for a dance floor. The backdrop of the black stage was covered in red curtains, reminiscent … Continue reading Luminario Ballet’s “Choose Your Identity” is still trying things on

Ate9’s “1 to 3” gives us a taste of their potential

Ate9 Dance Review

On the evening of May 16th, Ate9 welcomed us to their “living room” at The Ruby Street- a church turned event space with a family beach house atmosphere. The dancers circulated the venue, catching up with friends and attendees before finding their places among the audience. Ate9 choreographer and founder Danielle Agami commanded our attention … Continue reading Ate9’s “1 to 3” gives us a taste of their potential