Bruce Wood Dance to come to Big Spring

Courtesy photo Pictured above is Bruce Wood Dance's Kimara and Erin, dancing in the show “Lovett.”
By: 
Special to the Herald
Staff Writer

Bruce Wood Dance (BWD), Dallas’ premier dance company, announces a weekend of fun for the whole family in Big Spring, the Gateway to West Texas, on March 23 and 24.
BWD offers two days of dance classes and brings the weekend to a rousing finale on Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. with “A Texas Tribute” at the historic Municipal Auditorium, 310 East 3rd Street.
A Texas Tribute celebrates the remarkable artistry of nationally acclaimed Texan choreographer Bruce Wood. Through his repertoire of 80 works—lionized for their originality, innovation, and humanity—Wood is remembered as a trailblazer of contemporary dance. He founded and directed the Bruce Wood Dance Company in Fort Worth from 1996 to 2007, and formed BWD in Dallas in 2010.
“Amazing athleticism and memorable musicality are trademarks of Wood’s dances,” said Dallas critic Margaret Putnam, “Images so simple and telling last a long time, and further secure Wood’s place as a master choreographer.”

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