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Hibernating, it turns out, is much more complicated than one might think.
By Bryan Rourke PROVIDENCE -- The modern meets the classic: Up Close on Hope. Festival Ballet Providence opened its 31st season last weekend with its Up Close series showcasing varied shorter dances in its Hope Street studio.
By Bryan Rourke Autumn delivers dance, lots of it. Over the next couple of months, you can see local, national and international companies perform ballet and modern, jazz and tap, Flamenco and African dance on stages around Rhode Island.
By Bryan Rourke PROVIDENCE -- Multiple personas prevail in Painting/Eating, a duo of solos at Brown. The third and final summer offering of the Brown/Trinity Rep Consortium is a pair of one-woman shows, which are two of a kind: the creators are the performers, and the performers play many roles.
- In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.