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Ten (no, Five!) Tiny Dances 23
Portland, OR
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Ten (no, Five!) Tiny Dances 23
Now in its eighth inventive year, Ten Tiny Dances celebrates its 23rd occurrence with this performance in Bluehour, one of Portland's most interesting, classy, and comfortable restaurants. Mike Barber√Ęs popular and persistent performance event presents an evening of collaborative works by 5 Portland-based new and veteran Ten Tiny dance artists and 5 female electronic music composers. Performing on the 4x4 foot stage this time around will be:

- Tere Mathern + Mireaya Medina
- Michelle Fujii + Renee Favand-See
- Danielle Ross + Christi Denton
- Tracy Broyles + Heather Perkins
- Liz Hayden + Sylvia Hackathorn

This event is a benefit for Electrogals. www.electrogals.org - or search for Electrogals on Facebook!

Ten Tiny Dances is a twice-yearly performance series, a party, an experiment in confined space, a unique opportunity for dance/performance artists, and a full plate of performance art for a diverse audience.

Mike Barber has trained and performed in Seattle, New York, and Portland for the past 20 years. He performed on Broadway with Bill Irwin, was co-director of aero/betty aerial dance theater, a member of the Gregg Bielemeier Dance Project, Oslund+Co. Dance, and Minh Tran and Dancers and has worked with Sojourn Theater, choreographing and performing in their hit show Good. He has presented his own work and has produced and appeared in Ten Tiny Dances since 2002. Mike is a recipient of a residency at Djerassi Resident Artists Program, and is a teacher for Portland Public Schools.

Electrogals was born in 1995 out of the desire to create a forum and outlet for female electronic music composers and digital artists. The mission of Electrogals is to showcase female electronic musicians. Although there is nothing inherently manly about electronic music, the female electronic musician is something of a rare bird. Electrogals exists to help female electronic musicians find a community, as well as an audience.

*Advance ticket holders will be assured reserved seating until 8:45pm, so arrive early to make sure you get your seats! *


250 NW 13th Avenue
Portland, OR 97209
United States


Arts > Dance
Arts > Performance
Arts > Theatre
Music > EDM, Dance, Rave
Music > Experimental

Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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