Past Performances

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Photo Credit: Eric Griswold

2021 Denver Fringe Festival 

 

Presented by: 2021 Denver Fringe Festival

Virtual: RTDG is presented in the digital fringe line-up!

Thursday June 24 - Sunday June 27: Video available on demand during these dates

Tickets: Purchase a Denver Fringe Festival Button $5 and Ticket $15

Link to 2021 Denver Digital Fringe: https://denverfringe.org/join-us/attend/

RTDG presents: "Roots, Ritual & Renewal"

Performed by: Rachel Barnes, Katie Cook, Megan Gibbins, Bethany Hansen, Ann Govig Jacobson, Katie Sillanpa Johnson, Jennifer Mack, Christina Mohn Munter, Paulette Mattson, Ray Terrill, Sally Murphy Toso

 

RTDG dances from repertory on the program:

     - Lost & Found

     - Cycles

     - Remembrance | You Were Loved

     - Shining Point

  

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2020 Inbox@Artbox

Live Performance Dates: October 1-2-3-4, 7:30 p.m. (rain dates October 3&4, 2:00 p.m.)

Reservations: required for live performances, visit http://www.offleasharea.org/on-stage-now.html

Tickets: sliding scale $10-$30

Questions: Contact Off-Leash Area

In collaboration with Hauss Dance the third annual presentation of Twin Cities choreographers is breaking out of the box as COVID-safe-and-savvy, super fun, round-robin festival of new dance.

Choreographers:

* Madelyn Burnham

* Ann Carlson

* Samantha Heggem/John Surber

* Gemma Isaacson

* Rachel Lieberman/Kelsey Peterson

* Maddi Miller

* McKayla Murphy

* Jennifer Pray

* Kayla Schiltgen

* Ayumi Shafer

* Ray Terrill 

* Choreographers selected through an audition process led by project director Sarah Hauss and 2020 Inbox Panelists: Derek Phillips and Noelle Awadallah

 

How the Concert Works:

There are five performance stations (indoors and outdoors), with a maximum of 8 audience members seated at each station. Each performance lasts 3-4 minutes. Coordinated and led by Inbox staff, the audience members move from station to station, to see a total of eleven performances. All audience members and all indoor performers are required to wear masks, and audience placement is designated within 6-foot footprints to adhere to established physical distancing standards.

 

Indoor Stage in the Performance Space

Indoor Dance Film Screening Room

Two Outdoor Stages

Outdoor Site Specific Performance Area

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Photo Credit: Eric Griswold

2020 Minnesota Digital Fringe

 

Presented by: 2020 Minnesota Fringe Festival

Virtual: This year Fringe is totally virtual!

Friday July 30th through August 9th, 2020: Tune in: https://www.minnesotafringe.org/

Wednesday, July 29 _ LIVE FRINGE PREVIEW: Moderated by Phillip Low; meet the artistic directors and view show previews! via FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/events/586005432113125/

$5.00 Fringe Button and/or FREE and open to the general public via YouTube.

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_ibtueOJG4&t=2367s 

RTDG presents: "Between ... Then, Now, Next'

Performed by: Bethany Hansen, Jim Lieberthal, Ann Govig Jacobson, Jennifer Mack, Christina Mohn Munter, Ashley Penrod, Christina Plichta, Sophia Pitcher, Ray Terrill and Sally Murphy Toso

 

Dances of hope and resilience from repertory including:

     - Litany

     - Reverence

     - Interplay | still & moving

     - Untitled: Number 1, 2012

 

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2020/2021
Festival CANCELLED

Photo Credit: Stan Waldhauser

19th and 20th Annual - Dances at the Lake Festivals - Cancelled 

 

Presented by: Ray Terrill Dance Group

Festival Location: Lake Harriet Rose Garden at 4124 Roseway Road, Minneapolis 55409. 

Friday June 26th, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, June 27th, 2020 7:00 p.m.

FREE and open to the general public

 

RTDG will present: "Magnificat"

Performed by: Megan Gibbins, Samantha Heggem, Katie  Markie, Paulette Mattson, Sally Toso

 

The Lake Harriet Rose Garden is stunning in summer. The Dances at the Lake Festival is modeled after  a sister dance festival held on the Duluth LakeWalk, that features many dance organizations, including youth ensembles, performing two nights of various forms of contemporary dance. Founded by the Christopher Watson Dance Company, the festival is in its 19th year. The Ray Terrill Dance Group is now sole producer. Dancers are local, from other states (and occasionally international) who perform for the greater Twin Cities audience. This FREE outdoor event is a great way to introduce anyone to contemporary dance.

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2020/2021
Festival CANCELLED

Dances on the Lakewalk 2020 CANCELLED
A Festival of Dance in Duluth 

 

Presented by: Freshwater Dance Collective

Festival Location: Lake Place Park at Superior Street and Lake Avenue

Friday, June 10th, 2020, 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, June 11th, 2020 7:00 p.m.

FREE and open to the general public

 

RTDG will present: "Sacred Geometry"

Performed by: Samantha Heggem, Paulette Mattson, Sally Murphy, Ray Terrill

 

Freshwater Dance Collective presents the annual Dances on the Lakewalk, featuring Minnesota choreographers, dance companies and dancers performing a variety of dance styles in a city park overlooking Lake Superior.

Lake Place Park is located above the Lakewalk at Superior Street and Lake Avenue, with entrances either on Superior Street or from a staircase on the boardwalk at the corner of the lake.

 

For more information, contact Doris Acosta: dorismarieressl @ gmail.com.

2022 Artist Line-up announced in May 2022