Tag Archives: Katie Elliott

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’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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3rd Law Dance/Theater: Lost in Place at the Arvada Center

A review by Gwen Gray As last Saturday evening’s performance of “Lost in Place” by 3rd Law Dance/Theater got underway, the sound of trains chugging along and boats sloshing into harbor filled the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities, and old black-and-white scenes evoking 20th century European immigration were projected on the backdrop. Ten dancers […]

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Un-Still Life, with 3rd Law Dance

A preview by Betsy Schwarm At first glance, still-life imagery and dance might seem contradictory ideas. After all, the essence of dance is motion, not stillness. However, a still-life image is essentially a moment in time: what about the next moment? What colors and textures might emerge from further consideration of that bowl of fruit, […]

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Lost in Place: 3rdLaw Dance/Theater at the Dairy Center

A preview by Barbara Hamilton 3rd Law Dance Theater’s upcoming performances of Lost in Place this coming weekend at the Dairy Center will be a tribute to the beloved co-founder of the company: Jim LaVita. Jim is survived by his wife and artistic partner Katie Elliott, who helped to choreograph Lost in Place. The work […]

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