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Santa Cruz Dance Week Celebrates 10 Years!

GoodTimes Santa Cruz by Andrea Patton Ever tried bungee moon dancing? Lisa Christensen’s invention at the 418 Project connects the buoyancy of bungees with a climbing harness affixed to the ceiling so you can dance, bounce, spin, orbit, and leap as if you were free...

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Santa Cruz kicks off National Dance Week

By Jessica A. York, Santa Cruz Sentinel. Photo by Schmuel Thaler SANTA CRUZ >> The dancing has already begun, but the party is just getting started. Some 49 scheduled “Dancing in the Streets” performances on three stages along Pacific Avenue Thursday night kicked off...

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Santa Cruz Celebrates NDW – SC Sentinel 2012

Posted:  04/19/2012 01:30:05 AM PDT – Santa Cruz Sentinel It’s National Dance Week and Santa Cruz isn’t about to sit on the sidelines watching. Santa Cruz, in fact, has established a tradition in observing National Dance Week, and the group Santa Cruz Dance has lots...

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Dazzled by Dance – Good Times 2012

National Dance Week hits its stride in year five Special: Dance Week schedule and list of Free dance classes Dance, dance … otherwise we are lost,” said the late Pina Bausch, the German dancer/choreographer who was honored last year in Wim Wenders’ performance...

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Dancing in the Streets- Santa Cruz Sentinel 2010

By Alia Wilson Posted:   04/30/2010 SANTA CRUZ — Hanging from a thick black cable dangling from the roof of Lulu Carpenter’s on Pacific Avenue, three dancers from The Aerial Collective defied gravity Thursday while twirling and swaying to the sound of a piano....

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Dance Dance Dance- GoodTimes 2011

National Dance Week arrives. Is Santa Cruz Ready? “Dance first.  Think later.  It’s the natural order.” —Samuel Beckett Leave it to a playwright to set things straight.  Dancing, Beckett seems to suggest, allows us access to a deeper well that can better inform our...

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Airy Tales- Santa Cruz Weekly 2008

Suspension of Disbelief By Will Mosher Kristin Robson is giving instructions to two girls who are suspended halfway between floor and ceiling by umbilically situated harnesses. They’re all talking about their routine, but one is also talking to her dinner. “Oh dinner,...

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