Podcast inspired by "The Only Constant" from Annett Bone, The DancePreneuring StudioMay, 2019The Only Constant performed by LACDC at The Odyssey provided thoughts on 10 constant things in dance, life, and business. Listen to the podcast.
LMU performance featured in the Daily BreezeJanuary, 2019The Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company accompanied the performances of the LMU music department with stunning dancing.
Review of "The Only Constant" by Matthew Shaffer, LA Dance ChronicleJanuary, 2019The piece left me with the space to question my patterns, friendships, and goals, while examining our endless desire to escape reality. “The Only Constant” clearly confirmed that contemporary dance thrives in Los Angeles. -Matthew Shaffer, LA Dance Chronicle
Review of "The Only Constant" by Gillian Ebersole, Bachtrack.comJanuary, 2019Carson’s work is profoundly moving, a testament to the human spirit. In the city of Los Angeles, where vulnerability is often pushed aside in favour of perfection, "The Only Constant" brings humanity center stage. -Gillian Ebersole, Bachtrack.com
Read our featured article in Juneau EmpireOctober, 2018Genevieve Carson, the opera’s choreographer and director of the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company, is from Juneau and said it’s pretty special to be working and collaborating in her hometown.
Review of "Adaptation" in New Zealand by Felicity Molloy, theatreviewOctober, 2018The final work had me gasping. A generation of ‘Me Too’ has influenced the dancing scene. Costuming and flying hair are cleverly juxtaposed by some great ensemble dancing, strength in female understanding.
LACDC company member Tess Hewlett featured in DanceSpirit MagazineMay, 2018My dream day would continue at The Sweat Spot where I'd teach my class called Give & Take. The Sweat Spot is owned by Ryan Heffington—it's my favorite studio to teach at in L.A. Give & Take is a contemporary class that helps dancers connect with their bodies and the space they're in.
Review of “Stimulaze” by Laura Bleiberg, Emphasis Dance BlogFebruary, 2018"All four (dancers) were remarkable, in this often humorous piece that required split-second timing. Using gesture as metaphor, the dancers grabbed each other, pushed and pulled, fell onto and lifted one another." -- Laura Bleiberg, Emphasis Dance