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Everything L.A. Dancers Need to Know in February 2018

Happy February, dancers! We hope your 2018 is off to a stellar start as you go after those recently established resolutions. This month, we’re focusing on technique classes that allow you to have the strength, stability, and flexibility for any of the commercial and jazzy work you may find yourself doing. PERFORMANCESLive Arts Los Angeles presents choreographer Miguel Gutierrez’s “K-d-a-ver‚ on Feb. 3. This one-time solo performance is filled with brazen honesty, vulnerability, and wit. (Tickets: $20) The Roy and Edna Disney/Calarts Theater presents Okwui Okpokwasili’s “Poor People’s TV Room,” Feb. 8–11. This piece mixes ritualistic and hallucinogenic movement to explore the collective amnesia around the Nigerian woman’s resistance movements of the past century. This powerful performance is not one to miss. (Tickets start at $15) The Odyssey Theater presents “Naked,” a dance theater exploration of the nude body embedded in an art happening, choreographed by Corina Kinnear. An installation,

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