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Teaser Trailer Nov 26, 2013

Get a sneak preview of the show! Filmed and edited by OtB Ambassador Jim Kent

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Jim Kent interviews Dayna Hanson about THE CLAY DUKE Nov 26, 2013

Jim Kent interviews Dayna Hanson about the conception and co-creation of The Clay Duke, filming rehearsal footage and capturing Dayna's thoughts on her process while the company prepares for the show's premiere.

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EMAIL, PING PONG and CÉDRIC ANDRIEUX Nov 25, 2013

In response to the recent performance choreographed by Jérôme Bel and performed by Cédric Andrieux, Tessa Hulls and I decided to have a conversation about the piece via email and ping pong. Photos, video and email exchange included below.

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From: Eric Olson
To: Tessa Hulls
Subject: Ping pong
Date: November 18, 2013 11:19 AM

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STOMPY'S 15-SECOND DANCE FILM SCREENING/PARTY Nov 21, 2013

Coming up! STOMPYS 12.7.13
INSTAGRAM DANCE FILM SCREENING & CONTEST

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CALL FOR SUBMISSION: for 15-second Dance Films Nov 19, 2013

Submit your 15-second Dance Film by Dec 5 to be included in OtB's next Stompy's Salon during Dayna Hanson's The Clay Duke! Event curated by OtB TEAM 2 Ambassadors.

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Seattle Dances Reviews Cédric Andrieux Nov 18, 2013


"The stories are the performers’; the tone, pacing, anecdotes selected, length of pauses, moments when sips of water are taken, are where Bel’s masterful crafting is apparent." – Read the review at Seattle Dances

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Dance Without Music Nov 16, 2013

Cédric Andrieux got on stage, and the entire time, danced without music. NO MUSIC, whatsoever, until the very end of his performance to a piece, entitled The Show Must Go On, and even then, he just stands there, smiles and stares at the audience….This kind of blew my mind!

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A Wealth of Dance for Seattle Nov 15, 2013

Shortly after last night’s opening performance of Cedric Andrieux, choreographer and director Jerome Bel’s first work shown in Seattle, I had a chance to speak with Cedric Andrieux on the front steps of the theater. The solo performer of this weekend’s show bearing his own name, Cedric has led a life devoted to dance, as total commitment is what it takes to work at such a rigorous craft. As a lifelong professional dancer, Cedric has had the unique opportunity to be an integral part of modern dance history.

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