Rogue Dancer Productions Presents: MOVEMENT:  An ARTS Crossover Event (Third Friday Durham Dance Series)

DURHAM, N.C. – Rogue Dancer Productions, a dance film and arts events production company, will present a new Third Friday Durham Dance Series event in December.  This is an evening of MOVEMENT:  An ARTS Crossover Event and will feature 5 artists, all from Durham and the surrounding Triangle and Triad regions. Event will take place at Empower Dance Studio, 109 W. Parrish St.  Doors will open at 6 p.m. for art viewing.  Performances will begin at 8 p.m. and repeat at 9 p.m. on the third Friday of December.  Audiences will be able to watch performances for free, similar to other Third Friday Durham offerings. Artists always appreciate donations to support the work they do. Continue reading Rogue Dancer Productions Presents: MOVEMENT:  An ARTS Crossover Event (Third Friday Durham Dance Series)

Disney’s The Little Mermaid: Taking Upstage To The Extreme by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

What show can pull every redhead in town, under 4 ½ feet tall, out of the woodwork wearing their favorite hues of blue/green sequence? What underwater tale has all the big people singing the 1989 classic music word for word in their seats. Why, The Little Mermaid, of course Continue reading Disney’s The Little Mermaid: Taking Upstage To The Extreme by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

The Cat In The Hat: A Fish Bowl With A View by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

With the magic of theater, this favorite bedtime story is so much more. Ludwig’s direction plays with perspective brilliantly. The audience gets a chance to see the world from inside the fish bowl, hear The Cat’s Appalachia banjo playing for a moment, from his point of view, as a beautiful Latin Ballad and experience Thing 2′s joy ride on a kite string in slow motion. We “SNAP” back to the page when sound effects get projected, in true Seussian fashion, above the action. Continue reading The Cat In The Hat: A Fish Bowl With A View by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

T. Lang: A Woman Searching by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

The tone in this screened in cage was desperate, sad and played with themes of struggle and vulnerability but through it all a feminine strength became apparent. Not only through the athleticism of these prodigious artistic athletes but in an instinctual comradery that naturally exists between woman, especially at times of crisis. Continue reading T. Lang: A Woman Searching by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully