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 Post subject: Contemporary Dance at the Barclay in SouCal
PostPosted: Thu Sep 14, 2000 8:11 pm 
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The website for the 2000-01 season for the Barclay theater in Irvine is finally up. For dance fans, they offer:<P><B>The 2000-2001 Contemporary Dance Series</B> <P>Each of the four companies in the series has been selected as a celebrated proponent of a particular branch in the evolution of contemporary dance. One of the centerpieces of our 10th Anniversary Season, we think the series will be "smashing!" <P>Elizabeth Streb and her company, known for its boundary-stretching definition of dance movement, open the series with the West Coast premiere of a new work entitled ActionHeroes. The ever-popular Pilobolus is always an eye-popping spectacle, fusing dance with vivid theatrical imagery. Making a rare U.S. appearance, Berlin’s Sasha Waltz and dancers represent the internationalist view. Making its first appearance at the Barclay, Garth Fagan Dance forges ballet techniques and modern dance vocabulary into a truly unique movement language. Mr. Fagan is also the Tony-Award winning choreographer of the smash Broadway musical The Lion King, which will open in Los Angeles this fall for an extended engagement. <P><B><A HREF="http://www.thebarclay.org/" TARGET=_blank>The Barclay website</A></B>


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