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October 16, 2002 | Lewis Segal, Times Staff Writer
Trapeze choreography has long been a special effect in concert dance, from Mikhail Baryshnikov rocketing over the stage in Glen Tetley's "Rite of Spring" more than a quarter-century ago, through the aerial mysticism of ISO Dance Theatre and all those trapeze ballets in New Age circus performances.
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October 16, 2002 | Lewis Segal, Times Staff Writer
Trapeze choreography has long been a special effect in concert dance, from Mikhail Baryshnikov rocketing over the stage in Glen Tetley's "Rite of Spring" more than a quarter-century ago, through the aerial mysticism of ISO Dance Theatre and all those trapeze ballets in New Age circus performances.
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September 24, 2001 | Associated Press
The 103-degree temperature at kickoff felt just right to Brian Griese. "I'm from Florida," Griese said with a smile after his string of 17 consecutive completions helped the Denver Broncos beat the Arizona Cardinals, 38-17, Sunday night. Despite the heat, Griese and the Broncos (2-0) took a while to warm up. Once they did, it was no sweat against a young Arizona team that was playing its season opener. The Broncos fell behind, 10-0, then Griese went on his tear. His 17 completions in a row, which tied a club record, included three touchdown passes.
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September 24, 2001 | Associated Press
The 103-degree temperature at kickoff felt just right to Brian Griese. "I'm from Florida," Griese said with a smile after his string of 17 consecutive completions helped the Denver Broncos beat the Arizona Cardinals, 38-17, Sunday night. Despite the heat, Griese and the Broncos (2-0) took a while to warm up. Once they did, it was no sweat against a young Arizona team that was playing its season opener. The Broncos fell behind, 10-0, then Griese went on his tear. His 17 completions in a row, which tied a club record, included three touchdown passes.
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September 11, 2000 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY
On a recent warm afternoon, members of Hae Kyung Lee & Dancers splashed through the waterfall at downtown's California Plaza--for a reason. They were rehearsing for Saturday's performance of "Ancient Mariners." The troupe will incorporate the fountains of the plaza into the performance, which will include a full-sized boat, 300 floating balloons and fish. "Mariners" is billed as a meditation on the powers of water to transform one's life.
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September 24, 2001 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Many good and wondrous elements were on view Friday at Highways Performance Space when Bodytalk Dance presented "On That Note ... an evening of dance and music." In its short, five-part program, all choreographed by company founder Lauren Winslow Kearns, Bodytalk offered three premieres, including a dance video, "Looking" (2001). Kearns, a breast cancer survivor, dedicated that short solo piece--in which slow, crouching moves lead to her standing, naked and triumphant--to others like herself.
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August 31, 1987 | SHELLEY BAUMSTEN
Where a confused sense of minimalism leads some choreographers to attempt and accomplish very little, Karen Goodman's new hourlong "Force of Gravity" does nothing less than rediscover the process of physical mastery and explore it as a metaphor for emotional and spiritual struggle. In this ambitious, engrossing solo for herself, Goodman takes on exhaustion and inertia, as well as the pull of gravity.
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May 11, 1996 | DON SHIRLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ron Campbell, one of the region's most visible classical actors, is a natural to play Iago. His performance as the grand schemer is the most interesting aspect of an unimaginative "Othello" at Laguna Playhouse. Lithe as a fox, Campbell speaks Shakespearean as if it were his first tongue. When his Iago is with others, his face never betrays his villainy--but when they're not looking, his eyes size up the situation in a single glance.
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April 12, 1988 | LEWIS SEGAL
The late George Balanchine liked to define choreography in terms of carpentry, but locally based actor-mime Jan Munroe obviously considers those occupations worlds apart. Introduced at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) on Friday, Munroe's hourlong, dance-based "Woodworks" depicts the indignities he endured six years ago when financial pressures forced him into manual labor.
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April 17, 1993 | DONNA PERLMUTTER
As if the female gender could be glimpsed by chart or through a glass, Highways calls its third annual Women's Festival "Maps and Windows." Nevertheless, the title, as metaphor, made an apt setup for Thursday's opening event in this two-month exposition.
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November 12, 2001 | VICTORIA LOOSELEAF, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
And God said, "Let there be trampolines" ... in order, perhaps, for Hae Kyung Lee and Dancers to perform the whimsical, mind-bogglingly athletic "Shadows of the Spirit" at Japan America Theatre on Saturday night.
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December 12, 1989 | JAN BRESLAUER
Back when the globe was covered in primordial ooze and the Tower had yet to Babel, mysterious tribeswomen spun fantastic yarns in a language of sensual tones, dulcet minstrelsy and throaty yelps. Anna Homler, priestess of abstract parlance, still croons in such tongues. And judging from her delectable "DELIQUIUM in C," performed Friday and Saturday at Highways, she has taken her ongoing exploration of invented speech to a new level of sophistication.
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