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Urban Souls Dance Company presents Blood On The Leaves

The title of this work was taken from a line in the song "Strange Fruit," written by Abel Meeropol as a poem that exposed American racism, particularly the lynching of African Americans.


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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — craft beer fest included

By Joel Luks

Back to school it is for young Houstonians in their formative years, which means slightly more congested streets and more convoluted parking. So plan accordingly when gallivanting around town ...


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Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — Pride Parade included

By Joel Luks

What's on the itinerary this week, you ask? A bit of this, a bit of that — what else is new — including music of today and yesteryear, interactive video dance, tuneful film and an e ...


Urban Souls Dance Company presents "Re/Written In Stone"

Urban Souls Dance Company celebrates the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation with guest artists from Hope Stone Dance Company. This project will allow the public to honor this turnin


Rhapsody in bleu

Wild young professionals dance fête rings in Menil's silver anniversary — Gangnam style

By Joel Luks

The "Bleu Electrique" soirée may have started as a proper, well mannered meet-and-greet social Saturday evening. Picture an impeccably dressed throng sashaying down a covered runwa ...


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Does anyone stay in Houston for the summer? Performers plan "dancecations" in faraway places

By Nancy Wozny

Bring on the dancecations. Houston dance folk are on the move, taking off to parts East, West, to the mountains and across oceans. Getting out of town is not just a break from Houston's swe ...


For the Love of Art

The Super Bowl of Young Professionals: Culture Collision VII draws hot social butterflies

By Joel Luks

What to do? Where to go? Who to see? Such is the conundrum of A-list young professionals/social butterflies with a penchant for all things artsy. For the chi-chi throng of 250 that meandered to ...


The Arthropologist

Houston dancers celebrate Black History Month with works that nod to the past and look to the future

By Nancy Wozny

A wedding in Mali, the Buffalo Soldiers and Rosa Parks all find their way into motion as Houston explodes with dance in celebration of Black History Month. Urban Souls Dance Company, Eart ...


The Arthropologist

Dance as diplomacy: Inspired by Rwanda, Urban Souls' Walter Hull fuses African motifs and hip hop

By Nancy Wozny

Dance is a form of diplomacy. In fact, it's happening right now in Houston. When the Urban Souls dancers take the stage on Saturday for Walter Hull's Women of Ishyo, they will ...


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African dance takes hold deep in the heart of Texas

By Nancy Wozny

Dance is one way of making history a living, breathing and sometimes undulating phenomenon. Watching a room full of students practice the Kakilambe from the Baga ethnic group in Guinea, I was ...


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