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Wild Space Makes Fresh Tracks in February Show
Press Release

Wild Space Makes Fresh Tracks in February Show

Audiences will be invited to visit and revisit three distinct performance areas.

A Wild Space Under Glass at Mitchell Park
Press Release

A Wild Space Under Glass at Mitchell Park

Wild Space Dance Company presents 29th site-based performance in greenhouse event space

Wild Space 25th: Alums dance at Turner Hall
Wild Space 25th

Alums dance at Turner Hall

Dancers spanning the 25-year history of Debra Loewen's company gather for a celebratory concert at Turner Hall Saturday.

Wild Space Dance takes us on a pleasant trip

Wild Space Dance takes us on a pleasant trip

"How to Get from Here to There" is less about place and more about the state of Being There.

Wild Space takes it to the bank

Wild Space takes it to the bank

Debra Loewen's new Past Present brims with dreamy, arresting moments, but there's a slow patch in the middle.

Wild Space Dancers amid greenery and steel

Wild Space Dancers amid greenery and steel

On Thursday, Debra Loewen's Wild Space dance company opens a new site-specific work at the Lynden Sculpture Garden.

Review: Wild Space made me happy
Review

Wild Space made me happy

Maybe we can't define or explain happiness, but we know it when we see it.

Wild Space Dance, Speaking of Happiness

Wild Space Dance, Speaking of Happiness

Debra Loewen, collaborators Monica Rodero and Dan Schuchart, and the Wild Space troupe dance about happiness. Which turns out to be not so simple.

Review: Wild Space Dance’s ‘Map of Memories’ sheds light on a disbanded Milwaukee community
Review

Wild Space Dance’s ‘Map of Memories’ sheds light on a disbanded Milwaukee community

Map of Memories is not only an enthralling 90-minute kinetic display of beautiful sinewy human motion but also a local history lesson. A performance event features a fascinating pre-show talk by Milwaukee Historian John Gurda about the origins of Jones Island, its inhabitants, and its eventual change into its support for modern industry.