Native American Traditional vs Hip Hop BreakersMaori vs Native American, and Hip Hop vs MaoriThe Maori, Break Dancers, and Native Americans. Each group cherishes the opportunity to share their culture through dance.The troupes included:Ko Ngati Hiona Maori Culture Group of Salt Lake City, UT…
Twenty dancers, instructors and a few parents involved with The Dance Factory performed a number from “Flash Dance,” and then dumped buckets of ice water on themselves for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on Monday. Dance Factory owner Tina Hirchkorn said everybody thought her dancers would perf…
After a free preview Friday during ArtWalk, “The Tug of War” will be fully staged at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Billings Open Studio, 2814 Second Ave. N.
“Steps on Stage” comes to the Alberta Bair Theater on Saturday featuring a modern dance piece choreographed by Teal Darkenwald. The program is present by the School of Classical Ballet.
Steps on Stage” comes to the Alberta Bair Theater on Saturday featuring a modern dance piece choreographed by a former member of the School of Classical Ballet.
School of Classical Ballet presents “Steps On Stage” on Saturday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m. at the Alberta Bair Theater.
Beverly Jensen, 75, raises her arms along with the piano music during "Dance For Parkinson's" at Westpark Village.
Sharon Forman, the instructor for "Dance For Parkinson's," dances with her pupils at Westpark Village.
Ron Hall, 72, points his toes, clad in purple and black striped socks, during "Dance For Parkinson's" class at Westpark Village.
Two participants hold hands during the final whirl of a “Dance For Parkinson’s” class at Westpark Village.
Bill Bakker, 88, left, and his wife, Helen Bakker, 86, right, participate in a lighthearted Southern-style dance during “Dance For Parkinson’s” class at Westpark Village.
Jim Decker, 74, middle, and his wife Dee Decker, 70, dance across the floor together during the “Dance For Parkinson’s” class at Westpark Village.
Participants in the "Dance For Parkinson's" class at Westpark Village join hands to create a circle and complete a final dance.
Eleanor Reinecke, 81, left, and Sue Bratlie, right, raise their arms in a Southern style dance during "Dance For Parkinson's" class at Westpark Village.
Joanne Lindberg, 82, raises her arms as part of a stretching exercise during "Dance For Parkinson's" class at Westpark Village.
Terpsichore dancers Tami Hunt, Olivia Jones and Carly Green, from left, dance in The Gazette’s photo studio. The troupe performs its “Pop Art” production Saturday at 1 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Babcock Theatre.
Montana State University Billings' first training session for its annual powwow is set for today, and it's open the public.
Wyoming Arts Council is accepting applications for its 2013 performing arts fellowships in dance and theater until midnight Oct. 21. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and full-time residents of Wyoming.
CASPER, Wyo. — Three male dancers from Wyoming Indian High School whirled and stepped to the rhythm of a pounding drum.
The blazing July heat didn’t stop hundreds of people from visiting South Park in Billings on Saturday for the 60th annual Mexican Fiesta, a cultural fair organized by the city’s Mexican community to share their heritage and raise money for Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.