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Title Houston Voice, No. 857, March 28, 1997
Contributor
  • Michelak, J. C.
Publisher Window Media
Date March 28, 1997
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Title File 002
Transcript HOUSTON VfAM One Community! One Voice! II IVl A R C H ISSUE 2,000 Ascend Capitol Steps To Support Hate Crimes Bill Local Realtor, Ray Allison Catapults to New Heights Find out how this local entrepreneur became the number one realtor in the Montrose area. See story page 17. David Rousseve/REALITY — Dance With A Voice Gay Native Son Returns to Houston Rich Arenschieldt fr -~y Houston Bunnies Party on the Bayou Bunnies on the Bayou throw their annual party. See story page 19 Interesting things come from this sludge- filled, mosquito-ridden bayou — tremendous music, brilliant opera and intriguing, sometimes unusual art. These offerings are definable, easily categorized and usually fairly obvious to most of us. Native Houstonian choreographer/ writer/ director/ dancer/ actor David Rousseve fits nowhere within these categories, and everywhere at the same time. Society for thc performing Arts, as pan of its 'New Now' series presents an evening of 'multi-media dance theater' Saturday, April 5, 1997 at 8:00 p.m. in Wortham Center's Cullen Theater. David Rousseve and his company revel in breaking barriers and surprising audiences. Seven years after graduating from Pnnceton, magna cum laude, no less, Rousseve formed his company, REALITY. This company is ethnically and artistically diverse, exploring and dance and movement that ranges from classical ballet to hip hop. "Part of my company's agenda is to create a dialogue with as many communities and audiences as possible, both on stage and off by using African American culture to speak on universal issues of the heart,'' explains Rousseve. REALITY presents its art directly from the center of our emotion.il existence. While conscious of the black experience, this company should not be construed as one with a David Rousseve specific message, like the two other predominately black dance companies in America, but rather, one that expresses the entire range of human topics. Pan of the evenings' program will include a work that a topic that we, as a group, are acutely aware. The performance piece Whispers of Angels chronicles the experiences of a young man dying of AIDS Rousseve uses this to explore not just a single topic, but as an emotional springboard for other, more complex issues. "As illuminated through this main character and his memories from birth to the last moments of his life, the piece deals with the pain of unrequited love (as it relates to son and father), the overwhelming search for compassion (as it relates to a person dying alone), and the See DANCE page 19
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