What: MKE Dance Theatre Network Day When: Sunday, September 10, 2017 Where: UW-Milwaukee, Mitchell Hall 256 Time: 12:00-3:00pm Participants are invited to mingle with 18 artistic directors and independent movement-theater artists within the Milwaukee dance theater community. The event features … Continue reading
Posted in news | Tagged 2017-18, Collaboration, Community, Contemporary Dance, Dance Performance, Danceworks Performance Company, DPC, Guest Artists, Improvisation, Milwaukee, MKE Dance Theatre Network, Phrase Work, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee |
Thank you THANK YOU to the many MANY individuals who have made Danceworks’ 11th Mad Hot Ballroom and Tap year a success—two semesters and two competitions! Danceworks’ Director of Community Engagement, Posy Knight, said, “We can do this!” Thank you, … Continue reading
Have you ever wondered how a choreographer comes up with all those steps? This blog post celebrates Danceworks Performance Company’s 20th Anniversary Season with a look into what inspires Artistic Director Dani Kuepper’s choreography. Read on to learn more about … Continue reading
Posted in blog | Tagged Choreographer, Collaboration, Community, Community Artmaking, Dance, Dance Collaboration, Dance Performance, Dancemaking, Ed Burgess, IMAP, Intergenerational Dancemaking, Intergenerational Multi-Arts, Storytelling |
Peggy S. Paar understands the big difference a little dancing can make in a person’s life. Many times, I have left Danceworks on a Friday evening just as Peggy and her husband Michael are arriving. They end their workweeks dancing … Continue reading
“Can anyone tell me the name of this program?” I ask a large group of Milwaukee school students and adults from local senior care facilities who are kicking off a Danceworks outreach program. We are at the Milwaukee Art Museum … Continue reading← Older posts
Welcome to my blog, where I'm hoping to share a little bit more about the heart and soul behind Danceworks…what makes me tick, what keeps me inspired, and where I can share some of the stories worth telling.