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Om Grown Dancers' ALKHAWF Introduces a Promising New Durham Company with Room to Grow

Om Grown Dancers premiered the piece, along with a work from last year, at the Fruit last weekend.

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Metamorphoses, Water Balloons, and Blood-Smeared Debutante Balls in Nicola Bullock's Imago

DIDA presents Bullock's new dance solo at the Fruit in Durham through Jan. 20.

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The Top Five Dance Performances of 2017

From the august American Dance Festival to the scrappiest independent choreographers, there was something for every dance lover's taste this year.

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Design Elements Obscure Some of the Hardest Truths in ShaLeigh Dance Works' I Promise

ShaLeigh Comerford's new piece in the DIDA season ran Dec. 15-17 at the Fruit.

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From Intergenerational Traumas of Race and Gender, Murielle Elizéon Extracts Universal Catharsis in Brown

The intense, vulnerable dance solo recently premiered at Monkey Bottom Collaborative courtesy of DIDA and Culture Mill.

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ShaLeigh Dance Works Asks How to Heal a Nation of Others in I Promise

The seasoned choreographer's latest ensemble piece premieres at the Fruit in Durham this weekend.

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As the Focal Point of North Carolina Dance Shifts from Campus to Increasingly Professional Independent Artists, Two Statewide Showcases Adapt

The NC Dance Festival comes to the Rickhouse on Thursday, Oct. 12, while Emergence comes to PSI Theatre on Saturday, Oct. 14.

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Pam Tanowitz and Simone Dinnerstein Scale the Heights of Bach’s Often Charted, Never Conquered Goldberg Variations

The choreographer and pianist premiere New Work for Goldberg Variations at Duke Performances on Oct. 6 and 7.

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Site Terrific: A Third Friday When the Durham Dance Scene Just Worked

Stephanie Leathers, Anna Barker, ShaLeigh Dance Works, and Ginger Wagg showed Durham dance at its best last Friday.

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New Third Friday Dance Series Comes to Durham

Proxemic Media is presenting casual showings from local dance artists at Empower Dance Studio every Third Friday starting this month.

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