Also, the Asheville Ballet has announced it is canceling a concert during its main season for the first time in its 60-year history.
The touring show features contestants from Season 15 of the popular television show.
NC Dance Festival shows are presented in both traditional stage spaces and non-traditional spaces that are better suited to experimental dance work.
The new monthly series starts tonight.
The Terpsicorps event features top-teir dancers and dance instructors for the Aug. 13 talk.
The show plays this weekend in Asheville at Diana Wortham Theatre before heading out on tour.
Also, Terpsicorps opens its newest show on Thursday, which is its response to HB2, and more.
Also, there's a May 5 "rent party" fundraiser for Pisgah Legal Services coming up, and much more.
The dinner show promises professional entertainment set in a glass-enclosed pavilion with a panoramic view of the mountains.
Asheville is dying to dance, and Room Nine managers say they'll provide just the space for folks to get down.
Explosive dance parties, beer kegs dropping from tall poles and more.
The new ballet is inspired by the birth of the choreographer's son and a local photographer's pictures.
Scenes from the Decentralized Dance Party in downtown Asheville on Tuesday night.
Looks like one great party. Here’s more on the Decentralized Dance Party: The Decentralized Dance Party (DDP) is a portable, battery-powered Party System. It consists of hundreds of Party people, carrying boomboxes, and a DJ ...
The Urban Arts Institute of Asheville is an awesome community resource. The group is asking for the community’s help after it lost its rehearsal space. The UAI is trying to raise $10,000 through an indiegogo ...
Here’s the official word from organizer and loyal reader Bridget: Jason, Greetings from BMCM+AC! I wanted to get in touch and let you know that we have decided to postpone the Asheville Dance-A-Thon! until Summer ...
I heard yesterday that the Asheville Dance-A-Ton, scheduled for Feb. 4, has been postponed. The inaugural event was to be a fundraiser for the Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center. Can anyone confirm?