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JULY 11–16 I JULY 18–23

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SPRING. Moody Performance Hall June 10-11, 2022. Dancer jumping in swirling pink fabric.

Read this fascinating article from Arts and Culture Texas by Lindsay Alissa King

JUNE 10–12 I 2022

Moody Performance Hall

Featuring the Dallas premiere of

The Rite of Spring by Bruce Wood and
world premieres by award–winning choreographer Stephanie Martinez and

 Bruce Wood Dance artistic director

Joy Bollinger

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Blue Water

Bruce Wood Dance and DNAWorks Honor Black History >>

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BRUCE WOOD DANCE RELIEF FUND

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Your help enables us to bring the healing power of dance

to North Texas and beyond. Thank you for supporting us!

IN THE NEWS

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“All the right moves.”

Rich Lopez

“The beat goes on at Bruce Wood. It’s as if this company never missed a beat at all.”

Lee Cullum

“These are dancers that luxuriate in dancing.”

Lar Lubovitch

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“In a year like no other for dance troupes, Bruce Wood Dance turned to film, using the talent of 

videography team The Digibees to create moving works that awakened us to new feelings. One of the 

resulting projects, the WOOD/SHOP series, nudged dancers to choreograph. We were riveted.”

 

Editors—D Magazine

D Magazine. Best of Big D 2021. Best dance company five-time winner. Three dancers with backs to audience, arms extended at sides, leaning to left. Eve Hill-Agnus. Patron Magazine, Lee Cullum. Dallas Voice, Rich Lopez. KERA Art & Seek, Jerome Weeks.
Dallas Best 2021

Five–Time

Winner

BEST DANCE COMPANY

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“In a year like no other for dance troupes, Bruce Wood Dance turned to film, using the talent of 

videography team The Digibees to create moving works that awakened us to new feelings. One of the 

resulting projects, the WOOD/SHOP series, nudged dancers to choreograph. We were riveted.”

 

Editors—D Magazine