Oregon Jewish Life drops in for “behind the scenes” and enjoys some hummus

Oregon Jewish Life writer Deborah Moon attended NW Dance Project’s “Behind the Scenes” event before our Summer Premieres show to see some of the works and learn about the creative process, noting, “NW Dance Project supporters and the media were treated to short snippets of two of the dances, a Q&A with the three choreographers and a spread of wine, beer, bubbly and appetizers featuring the award-winning hummus made by Executive Director Scott Lewis. The Behind the Scenes advance peek featured two of the three world premiere dance works in the Summer Premieres, which open tonight at Lincoln Performance Hall — James Canfield’s A Streetcar Named Desire-inspired Sketches of Connotation, and Felix Landerer’s All’s Been Said, which examines inertia in the face of climate change. The summer premieres will also include a new work by NW Dance Project’s Founding Artistic Director Sarah Slipper.”

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