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Born to Fly' Is a Solid Profile of Choreographer Elizabeth Streb Human beings cannot fly...Yet Brooklyn-based choreographer Elizabeth Streb is not so sure. Her whole career can be seen as a pursuit of flight, though not in the way birds do it.
Dance Review Daredevils Take Flight and Land Safely Near Your Lap Forces!' at the Streb Lab for Action Mechanics Andrea Mohin/The New York Times Streb Extreme Action Company performing hair-raising physical feats at the Streb Lab for Action Mechanics
Some elements of the show may be similar to past productions. For instance, there's "Spatial Rifts," a revamped version of Streb's popular vertical-wall piece "Run Up Walls," in which performers crash into, climb onto and throw themselves against a
In Red Dog Howls, a New York man discovers a devastating family secret after he finds a box of letters that lead to a grandmother he had never known. Dennis Quaid stars in CBS's Vegas, which feels like a typical crime drama, despite the touches meant
Why dress up a sporting event with daredevil dancers, balancing buses and poetry falling from the sky? It's all show and no brains No depth Elizabeth Streb's Extreem Action dance group performing as part of the Cultural Olympiad. Photograph: Dan
These guys genuinely seem not to like each other and their shenanigans in Munich in February have ce... by Gareth Purnell 13 July 2012 12:01 AM The more time you spend on the road, the more important those small moments of fun to stop us all go... by
Streb dancers perform Skywalk at London's City Hall As if on cue, a beautiful sun emerged on Sunday morning from behind clouds over the Thames as seven "extreme action" dancers dangled off London 's Millennium Bridge to the delight of around 250
Springsteen and McCartney silenced at long London gig Bruce Springsteen headlined the second day of the Hard Rock Calling festival in London's Hyde Park Rock stars Bruce Springsteen and Sir Paul McCartney had the plug pulled on them after over-
As she rehearses her new Olympics-inspired project, One Extraordinary Day , she explains how she plans to make Londoners feel differently about their city and admits she's still sad they wouldn't let her scale the dome of St Paul's .
It is one American contribution to this summer's London 2012 Festival. The eyes of the world will be on London in late July for the start of the Summer Olympic Games. But cultural enthusiasts say the London 2012 Festival, a three-month-long arts and