Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘Lineage Dance Company’


Shakespeare’s Night of Terror

Shakespeare’s Night of Terror
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This is not Freddy Kruger terror or Stephen King horror, but after a bit of knifing, roaring, and disemboweling, the Ensemble Shakespeare Theater‘s “Night of Terror” steps into the truly terrifying… Emcee Fred Cross addresses an audience member and asks, “What is more frightening than blood and gore?” The man considers, then answers: “The mind.” […]

Modernists & Supreme Rulers: It’s Complicated

Modernists & Supreme Rulers: It’s Complicated

Brian Ederling of the wonderful California Shakespeare Ensemble that has performed a stripped-down Twelfth Night , The Big Bad Wolf, and Shakespeare’s Lovers 2.0 at Descanso Gardens and a Frankenstein-style re-assembling of the Bard’s greatest bad guys in Villains, is now, also, Executive Director at Lineage Performing Arts Center. He’s kindly informed us of several […]

The Curiosity Tales

The Curiosity Tales

Shakespeare is said to have been a member of the troupe that first performed Ben Johnson’s 1598 play, Every Man in His Humour, in which these lines were first heard: Helter skelter, hang sorrow, care will kill the cat, up-tails all, and a pox on the hangman. “Care” at that time indicated worry and sorrow. […]

Pony Box’s “Edge” at Lineage

Pony Box’s “Edge” at Lineage

One day our daughter created a drawing that is now our logo. When questioned about what she drew, she replied, “A pony box. You put everything in it.” The term “pony box” became a catch all phrase that means everything and anything… Art + music + dance + theatre + film = Pony Box Dance […]

Valentine Heart Strings, Love Potions, An Ideal Husband, & the Tango

Valentine Heart Strings, Love Potions, An Ideal Husband, & the Tango

Are you in love? Have a special story? Share your romantic memories or simply publicly announce yourself a “plus one” at One Colorado‘s “Heart Strings” nook. Colorful strings with hearts (and pens) are available to anyone wishing to put their love on display this Valentine’s Day. If PDAs are not your thing, but sweet Valentine […]

Healing Blue

Healing Blue

“Soulful femininity” is how the L.A. Times describes Healing Blue, a production “inspired by the stories of seven women and their fight against breast cancer,” playing at Lineage Performing Arts Center on October 20th. The proceeds from Healing Blue will benefit The Foundation for Living Beauty,  empowering “women to reduce their cancer risk and increase their self-esteem, […]

Sunday Dancing at Lineage

The Lineage Performing Arts Center is a self-described hub for cultural events of all sorts—music, theater, musical theater, film screenings, etc—but their first love is dance. The LPAC, after all, is operated by the Lineage Dance Company, a contemporary troupe that does lots of original programming. If you’re a modern dance fan and have missed […]

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