Three Dances Productions and Invited Appearances

Averaging almost two full productions per year plus numerous other appearances, Three Dances has been one of the most active dance companies in Minneapolis.  See also the company’s résumé.

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Three Dances productions, invited appearances, and choreography.

Antique’s Daughter in Renovate 2011

Antique’s Daughter is a part of the Ritz Theater’s Renovate: A Choreographer’s Evening.

Shows: March 4th and 5th at 8pm and March 6 at 2pm, 2011

Tickets: $18 Adults and $15 Senior/Student/Northeast Minneapolis resident

Ritz Theater Box Office: 612-436-1129

Photo credit Jim Smith

Bee in her Bonnet Variety Show

Showing three sections from Jamey’s piece Antique’s Daughter, as part of the Bee in her Bonnet Variety Show at Honey Thursday, October 7th
205 East Hennepin, Minneapolis
9pm show
Lightsey Darst and Liz Schoenborn will be joining Jamey onstage, or throughout the bar…as usually happens in gigs like these…
Also featuring….
DJ’s Carol Lee and Sara Jean of Double Trouble, Lollycopter and Everything Lovely Fashion, poets Haley Laché, Jen March and Annette Schiebout, and the bands Iguano and Lady Hard-On!

Photo courtesy of Digital Crush Photography


Bryant Lake Bowl Performance

Jamey’s new piece, “Antique’s Daughter”, will show Wednesday, July 28 at the 9×22 Dance Lab in the Bryant Lake Bowl Theatre. Show is at 8pm. Tickets are $6-$12 sliding scale.

Read the City Pages article

Performing at Lightsey Darst’s Book Release

Brinsley will be hosting the book release for Lightsey Darst’s new work  “Find the Girl” and performing a Three Dances classic, “Fleur sur Merde.”
Wednesday, April 14 at 7 pm

Bryant-Lake Bowl
Featuring performances by Mad King Thomas, Three Dances, and Vanessa Voskuil, readings by Heidi Farrah, Cindra Halm, Haley Lasché, and Lightsey Darst, and visual art by Corinne Duchesne.
$7 admission includes a discount on the book

Williamsburg Fashion Weekend

Punk glam fashion designer Saira Huff of Total Crap Uninc commissioned a dance by Jamey Garner to accompany her fashion show at the Williamsburg Fashion Weekend.



St. Catherine University Opening Celebration

Brinsley Davis choreographed three dances for the opening of the 2009 school year.  20 faculty and staff dancers, including the University President, performed for an audience of hundreds of co-workers, receiving a standing ovation.


My Fair Lady

Jamey Garner choreographed the dance numbers for the musical “My Fair Lady” at Lyric Arts Main Street Stage.

  • February 2009 – March 2009

9×22: A Dance Lab

Brinsley Davis, in her eighth month of pregnancy, performed the solo “Pushin'” based on the physical changes in her body.

  • Bryant Lake Bowl, Minneapolis, MN
  • January 28, 2009

Closer and Prettier than Ever

Three Dances teamed up again with Talking Image Connection (TIC), an organization that brings together visual arts and the written word, to present new dances made in collaboration with poet Haley Lasché.  The dances were performed in a soap vat installation, part of the gallery show “Nothing at the End of the Lane.”


  • The Soap Factory
  • August 22, 2008

Suzanne Wiltgen’s Cast of Dancing Delights

Suzanne Wiltgen of Three Dances produced her MFA thesis show at the Fringe Festival.  With a massive cast, live music, and dances spanning her career, Suzanne’s show highlighted the fun and quirky attitude she brings to dance.

Dancing Delights postcard

  • The Southern Theater, Minneapolis, MN
  • August 2-9, 2008

Performers: Diane Aldis, Michala Cornell, Nicole Curry, Lightsey Darst, Brinsley Davis, Kelly Dormady, Denise Gagner, Prem Govindaswamy, Laura Grant, Mary Harding, John Mark Hostetler, Kerry Keen, Haley Lasché, Jamey Leonard, Betsy Maloney, Arturo Miles, Jason Miller, and Sarah Russ, and Suzanne Wiltgen.