Top 10 Kicky Linkups in 2014

This year, dance was all about the partnering – some of it unusual, all of it captivating

<i>The Bowie Project: A Rock and Roll Soundpainting</i>, Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre)
The Bowie Project: A Rock and Roll Soundpainting, Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre) (Photo courtesy of Kirk Tuck)

Top 10 Kicky Linkups in 2014

In chronological order:

1) ANDREA ARIEL/SUPER CREEPS/STRIKE ANYWHERE PERFORMANCE ENSEM­BLE/DAVID BOWIE (The Bowie Project: A Rock and Roll Soundpainting, Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre)

2) GABRIELLE LAMB/BALLET AUSTIN ("Dovetail," New American Talent/Dance)

3) ELLEN BARTEL/DANY CASEY/ERRIN DELPERDANG/ANGIE JOHNSON/AMY MYERS ("Hazy Eyes," Ready/Set/Go!)

4) KAREN SHERMAN/SCRAP WOOD/BOLTS, SCREWS, ETC. (One With Others, Fusebox Festival)

5) HELOISE GOLD/JULIE NATHANIELSZ/MARGERY SEGAL/JASON PHELPS (Gold Show/Rose Show)

6) JENNIFER HART/ASHLEY LYNN/EDWARD CARR/A LARGE AREA RUG ("On Truth and Love," Performa Dance)

7) JAIME LYNN WITTS/STEPHEN MILLS (AFTER FOKINE) (Firebird, Ballet Austin)

8) NICOLE WHITESIDE/SALLY JACQUES (In Light, Blue Lapis Light)

9) JEREMY ARNOLD/J.S. BACH ("Bach Home," Tapestry Dance Company)

10) JACK ANTHONY DUNLAP II/KATHY DUNN HAMRICK (Briefs: An Episodic Adven­ture, Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company)

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Tops 10s, Jonelle Seitz, Top 10s, Super Creeps, Strike Anywhere Performance Ensemble, The Bowie Project: A Rock and Roll Soundpainting, Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre, Gabrielle Lamb, Ballet Austin, Ready / Set / Go!, Errin Delperdang, Ellen Bartel, Dany Casey, Angie Johnson, Amy Meyers, Karen Sherman, Fusebox Festival, Julie Nathanielsz, Heloise Gold, Margery Segal

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