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Wonderbound Reveals the Power of Partnership

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Through collaboration with talented and diverse artists, it’s possible to break down the barriers of art and dance. This destruction of walls is what fuels Wonderbound’s Artistic Director Garrett Ammon to create life changing works like “Serenade for Strings,” soon to be premiering in “Enduring Grace,” the company’s season opening production… Read more on the […]

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Wonderbound Reveals the Power of Partnership

http://dandizettemagazine.com/wonderbound-reveals-the-power-of-partnership/

Through collaboration with talented and diverse artists, it’s possible to break down the barriers of art and dance. This destruction of walls is what fuels Wonderbound’s Artistic Director Garrett Ammon to create life changing works like “Serenade for Strings,” soon to be premiering in “Enduring Grace,” the company’s season opening production.

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Liberating the Imagination through Dance

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Fascinated by 20th century surrealism, Wonderbound’s Sarah Tallman has created a ballet that bridges the unconscious and the conscious. The blurred lines between fantasy and reality are expressed through dreamlike choreography.

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Project Generations: How Will You Dance?

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“Spell your name with your butt, and it’s like you’re dancing,” advises Heather Sutton, whose sparkly, silver TOMS are quickly becoming a topic of conversation amongst her nine dance partners, and she laments the fact that she could not find a pair in red.

It takes five aluminum walkers, two wheelchairs and an oxygen tank to get this group ready to dance, but here they are.

‘Here’ is The Argyle, an assisted living facility in Denver.

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Wonderbound: Beyond Dance

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For the final performance of Wonderbound’s 2013-2014 season, artistic director Garrett Ammon and Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop executive director Michael J. Henry collaborate for the third time to produce “Gone West”—a cross between Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” and a KOA campground.

Sound like an unusual concept for a ballet? It sure is. But with these two creative talents at the helm, expect only the extraordinary.

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