Kidd Pivot Dance Company Returns to Portland With Dark Matters
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The last date listed for Kidd Pivot was Thursday March 15, 2012 / 8:00pm.
Currently at Newmark Theatre, PCPA:
- Full Price:
- $41.00 - $98.00
- Our Price:
- $19.00 - $49.00
The Oregon Ballet Theatre bids a fond farewell to their beloved prima ballerina Alison Roper, a favorite of audiences and critics alike, who's set to retire from the company after 18 seasons, 116 different productions and several world premieres created especially for her. Along with some promised surprises, Celebrate boasts the company debuts of Helen Pickett's Petal and Nacho Duato's Cor Perdut, a pas de deux meant to showcase Roper's astonishing talent. Also on the bill is a revival of the popular The Lost Dance by Matjash Mrozewski. Don't miss this tribute to one of Portland's true cultural gems. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Goldstar Member
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Facile and articulate dancers move through the most poignant choreography and physical theater I've seen in years. From beginning to end, I was engaged. The choreography was the best use of contact improvisation I've seen on stage or even in studios.
Quotes & Highlights
“faces the inevitabilities of death and decay with humour and resilience . . .[She] plucks tenderness and transcendence from the void . . .The movement is ravishingly fluid” —The Australian
“her dancers have exceptional fluency and control.” —The Sydney Morning Herald
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White Bird Uncaged is delighted to present the return of Kidd Pivot Frankfurt RM and Crystal Pite’s new work Dark Matters at the Newmark Theatre, Portland Center for the Performing Arts. Kidd Pivot’s Lost Action launched White Bird Uncaged in Fall 2008, and Portland audiences discovered in Pite one of Canada’s most exciting and inventive choreographers. Emerging from Pite’s fascination with the unseen forces at work on mind and body, Dark Matters is a brilliant combination of lifelike puppetry and dynamic movement, featuring a haunting original score from long-time collaborator Owen Belton.
The performance runs two hours with an intermission.