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Wild Man Dance @ Diavolo

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photo by Paulo Focardi and Tim Agler

Bradley Michaud's Method Contemporary Dance Company is opening up its season with "Remarkaly Content Free" at the Diavolo Space this weekend. Presenting three premieres and one work from the repertory (all choreographed by Michaud), the company of eight relishes the off-center, high speed world of sheer abandon without a need to embellish with artifice or explanation.

Having performed at several showcases over the past few years-- including Grand Performances at California Plaza and Celebrate Dance in Pasadena last year--the company is mounting its second full evening concert at this downtown venue. Michaud, himself, was awarded a CHIME grant this year, a mentorship program that partners him with choreographer/director Rosanna Gamson. A graduate of UCLA's World Arts and Cultures dance program and former member of TONGUE, his work is filled with visceral daredevilry, explosive dancers and heart-pumping athleticism.

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The details:

Friday | Saturday | Sunday
830pm | 830pm | 600pm
November 7 | 8 | 9

Diavolo Dance Space
616 Moulton Avenue
Los Angeles | CA |90031

$25 general admission
$20 student/DRC membe

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