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Beginner's Guide to Collision Theory: The Finale Apr 11, 2013

1. KT Niehoff is a longstanding force in the contemporary dance community in Seattle.  A life-long vocalist and NYU graduate with a degree in Theater, KT was taken by surprise when shortly after college she realized her true passion was dance.  After attending dance class furiously in New York to improve as quickly as possible, she ended up moving to Seattle along with Michelle Miller to be a part of the Pat Graney Dance Company.  Upon arrival, KT admits she had a, “What have I done?!” moment after leaving the robust dance community in New York.

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Feminist, Naked and Funny as Hell Apr 10, 2013

I came to this show knowing that everyone was naked and they were feminists, really not much else. I had heard the director liked to take things to the extreme which sounded exciting. I haven't had much experience with feminism directly, although I have had some experience with nude performers. Lots in fact, everybody I know in a band has played naked at one time or another, so much so the clubs had a clause that said if you showed your pubic hair they wouldn't pay you. None of these performers were women however, much less feminists I'm guessing.

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the title of this blog post is a GROWL of GLORIOUS ROMPING DELIGHT Apr 5, 2013

What a gorgeous group of performers.  THAT girl is SEXY.  Ok, good, you have that out of your system?  Are you ready to pay attention?  CUNT REVEAL!!! 

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What did you think of UNTITLED FEMINIST SHOW? Apr 4, 2013

We’d like to hear from you. What did you think about the show?

If you have a moment please leave your thoughts in the comments below!

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OntheBoards.tv on the NEA Blog Apr 2, 2013

The National Endowment for the Arts blog recently featured a post about OntheBoards.tv and our upcoming Community Screenings Project. Read about OntheBoards.tv and how we're taking Teatro Linea de Sombra's Amarillo out to new communities!

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