Personal Dances II: The Schedule

Through March 8, Hyde Park Theatre will be the site of a wealth of solo performances by dance artists from Austin, Seattle, and New York City. The performances are part of Personal Dances, a festival of solo movement from Margery Segal/NERVE Dance Company and Frontera @ Hyde Park Theatre. Performances are at 8pm. Tickets are $8 each, with a four-performance pass available for $25. Call 454-TIXS for info. -- R.F.

Thu, Feb 27 -- Margery Segal, Daniel Alexander Jones, Valerie Striar

Fri, Feb 28 -- Beverly Bajema, Mary Ganzon, Ann Mary Carney, Valerie Striar

Sat, Mar 1 -- Liz Ganz, Lisa Fehrman, Andrea Ariel, Valerie Striar

Tue, Mar 4 -- Daniel Alexander Jones, Margery Segal, Jason Phelps, Ellen Fullman

Wed, Mar 5 -- "William": Personal Dances artists paired in improvisational performances

Thu, Mar 6 -- Heloise Gold, Daniel Alexander Jones, Margery Segal

Fri, Mar 7 -- Jason Phelps, Beverly Bajema, Andy St. Martin, Linda Montano

Sat, Mar 8 -- Beverly Bajema, Andrea Ariel, Heloise Gold, Ellen Fullman

The festival also offers two panel discussions featuring participating artists. Both will be held Saturdays, 4pm at Hyde Park Theatre. They are free, and a reception follows each discussion.

Mar 1 -- "Controversy in Contemporary Perfor mance: Fundamental Value or Indulgence?"

Mar 8 -- "Building the Mountains/Tearing Down the Pyramids: What role does process play in the making of art? How does the audience perceive that process?"

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