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3rd Law Dance/Theatre: EPV.4

3RD LAW departs from the traditional indoor performance to take on the tri-level parking garage adjacent to the Century Theaters at Boulder’s 29th St. Mall – 1700 29th St. A site-specific program will transform the garage into a theatrical world and lead the audience on a journey from the ground level to the rooftop. In […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theatre: EPV.4

3RD LAW departs from the traditional indoor performance to take on the tri-level parking garage adjacent to the Century Theaters at Boulder’s 29th St. Mall – 1700 29th St. A site-specific program will transform the garage into a theatrical world and lead the audience on a journey from the ground level to the rooftop. In […]

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3rdLaw Dance/Theater’s “Elision Project Volume 4”

A review by Gwen Gray, with photos by Heather Gray/Gray Area Dance Over the years, 3rd Law Dance/Theater has become known for navigating on-stage obstacles. They’ve glided across a stage filled with bouncing ping-pong balls, held handstands atop typewriters, and woven themselves in and out of a collection of cardboard boxes and towers of metal cubes. But those were self-imposed creative challenges.  This year, 3rd Law, like virtually all performing arts groups, had to face the impossibilities imposed upon them by the pandemic. Yet in characteristic […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theatre: EPV.4

3RD LAW departs from the traditional indoor performance to take on the tri-level parking garage adjacent to the Century Theaters at Boulder’s 29th St. Mall – 1700 29th St. A site-specific program will transform the garage into a theatrical world and lead the audience on a journey from the ground level to the rooftop. In […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theatre: EPV.4

3RD LAW departs from the traditional indoor performance to take on the tri-level parking garage adjacent to the Century Theaters at Boulder’s 29th St. Mall – 1700 29th St. A site-specific program will transform the garage into a theatrical world and lead the audience on a journey from the ground level to the rooftop. In […]

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EPV-4 with 3rd Law Dance/Theatre

3RD LAW departs from the traditional indoor performance to take on the tri-level parking garage adjacent to the Century Theaters at Boulder’s 29th St. Mall – 1700 29th St. A site-specific program will transform the garage into a theatrical world and lead the audience on a journey from the ground level to the rooftop. In […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater Opens the Arvada Center’s Summer Concert Series

June 1st, 3rdLaw closes its 2018/19 season with an evening that nods to the extraordinary years of collaboration with world-class musicians and digital media artists that began almost two decades ago.  A special selection of modern/contemporary dance accompanied by live music from previous shows has been chosen by our audience. Some of these favorites come […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater Presents “Obstinate Pearl”

3rd Law Dance/Theater in Collaboration with Boulder Bach Festival’s electric instrument trio Venice On Fire. This evening features works by: Barbara Strozzi, Robert de Visée, Heinrich Biber and J.S. Bach. Gal Faganel on electric baroque cello, Keith Barnhart on electric baroque guitar and Zachary Carrettin on electric baroque violin. Driven by the transcendent music of […]

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3rd Law Dance/Theater’s “Singularity”

A review by Gwen Gray To hear it told by 3rd Law Dance/Theater’s artistic co-directors Katie Elliott and Paul Fowler, the company’s latest production, “Singularity,” was inherited. That’s because 3rd Law’s late cofounder Jimmy LaVita had already begun to assemble the research for the troupe’s next creation before his death — examining artificial intelligence (AI) […]

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Singularity

The “Technological Singularity” describes an imminent explosion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that surpasses human capacity at an exponential rate. Award-winning choreographer Katie Elliott co-directs this evening with critically-acclaimed composer Paul Fowler, exploring the positive and negative effects of AI on human civilization. Some of the movement was created using the dancers’ personal data (gender, race, medical history, […]

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