Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre Presents Doug Varone and Dancers
Thu, Oct 4 at 7:00 PM
Louisiana State University Union Theater | Baton Rouge, LA
Baton Rouge Ballet Theatre hosts Doug Varone and Dancers and welcomes home Whitney Dufrene, a Ballet Rouge Ballet Theatre alumna.
Possession Fast Quartet | 1994
Boats Leaving | 2006
Strict Love | 1994
Lux | 2006
* Program subject to change. | Photo © Erin Baiano
more events & workshops
Workshops for Pre-Profession & Professional Dancers
Our annual intensives for pre-profession and professional dancers are designed to train the next generation.
At New York City's Hunter College, this one-week intensive celebrates the company's movement style, creative ideas and artistic philosophy. The 2018-19 Winter Intensive will he held January 13-18, 2020.
For three weeks at a university campus, we'll live together, work together, create together, and grow together. The 2020 Summer Intensive will be held in June at Skidmore College. Dates, Tuition and registration for for 2020 to be announced.
Workshops for Choreographers
DEVICES: CHOREOGRAPHIC & INTENSIVE MENTORSHIP PROGRAM IN NYC
Led by Doug Varone and the company dancers | Enrollment: 10 – 12 choreographers
Designed for emerging choreographers, this unique mentorship with Doug Varone is divided into three distinct parts over the course of several months beginning on May 25 with an intensive retreat in New York City, on going mentorship throughout the summer, culminating in a showcase in August. Participants are selected through application. 2020 Dates and application period to be announced.
Photo: Maddie Irmen
Doug Varone and Dancers presents: DEVICES 6 Choreographic Showcase
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12 original works (in process), developed under the mentorship of Doug Varone, by a diverse group of experienced artists at varied points in their careers:
Bianca Brengman | Sarah Carlson | Adeene Denton | Kathleen Fotheringham | Francisco Graciano | Jeffrey Gunshol | Alison Machabee | Andrew Merrell | Trevor Naumann | Courtney Ozovek | Jenna Valez | Alyssandra Wu