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LACDC Celebrates 10 years with Kate Hutter

This weekend the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company is celebrating their tenth year anniversary with a tribute to their founder, Kate Hutter. Held at the downtown LA Theater Center, last night’s performance was an opportunity for the LA dance community to honor Hutter’s vision for contemporary dance in LA, while showing selections of LACDC repertory […]

From Structure to Stream: LA Contemporary Dance Company’s Into the Fray

LA Contemporary Dance Company shared not only an impressive performance, but also an intriguing creative process tonight in its opening performance of Into the Fray. Featuring four choreographers, two musicians, and a cast of sixteen dancers, this experimental choreographic collaboration proved a rich structure for dance making that was raw, powerful, and innovative. Kate Hutter, […]

LACDC’s Youth – Review May 3rd, 2014

Part of the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company mission as stated in this evening’s program is to “foster the development of new forms in the contemporary dance genre relevant to today’s audiences.” By all standards, I can safely say that they are doing just that.  Tonight offered three dance works that were accessible, playful, well […]