The 2012-2013 season features works to entertain and inspire audience members of all ages!
Riot of Spring (May 3-5, 2013) called "brilliant," "a startling tribute," with "powerful choreography and a beautifully inclusive narrative!" Read the rave reviews of premiere performance in Madison Magazine, the Isthmus, and Cultural Oyster.
Did you miss the Madison performance? Catch it again at the World Dance Alliance Festival and Conference (July 29 - August 3, 2013) in Vancouver, Canada or at Wave Rising Festival this fall in Brooklyn, New York.
Sunday, July 7 - Saturday, July 13
A celebration of dance for all ages and abilities! Register now for Summer Dance, and join LCPD company dancers and guest artists a week of classes and events that offer a wide variety of dance training.
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LI CHIAO-PING SELECTED TO BE ON FULBRIGHT SPECIALIST ROSTER
Artistic Director Li Chiao-Ping, and professor and chair of UW-Madison’s Dance Department, has recently been selected to be on the prestigious Fulbright Specialist Roster by the Council for International Exchange of Scholars (CIES). Read more about the program here.
OKLAHOMA FILM FESTIVAL NAMES DAUGHTER "BEST OF THE FEST"
The film daughter - written, choreographed, and directed by dancer Li Chiao-Ping, was featured at the 2012 Oklahoma Film Festival in Tulsa, Oklahoma and selected as one of the "best of the fest" films. It will be screened again at the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art in Bentonville, AR on April 12, 2013 for its "Memories and Place" program. The Crystal Bridges Museum of Art opened in 2011 and houses an impressive permanent collection of American art.
Also shown at the festival was Douglas Rosenberg's documentary about Li Chiao-Ping's "Women Dancing" project. The film is titled "Seven Solos." For more information, please visit the Oklahoma Film Festival's website.