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What does JGPG stand for?

JGPG stands for Joe Goode Performance Group

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Graciani, who teaches modern and contemporary ballet technique, among other courses, performed with the Mark Morris Dance Group, Kevin Wynn Collection, and Joe Goode Performance Group before joining the Skidmore faculty in 2008.
Goode has always devised his own texts for the Joe Goode Performance Group (see "Twenty Goode Years," June 2006); and, in the past, he has complained about dance's dependence on music.
While the Yerba Buena Theater currently accommodates a fair number of self-produced rentals by local companies, such as Smuin Ballets/SF, Alonzo King's LINES Ballet, the Joe Goode Performance Group, and ODC/San Francisco, Bradley aims to reach beyond these better-heeled troupes to include struggling choreographers with no reliable home.
Other awards went to Joe Goode Performance Group dancer Liz Burritt, also for individual performance; Heather Basarab for production design of Goode's Drowsy; Jadson Caldeira and Sonya Delwaide for ensemble performance in Depart; Krissy Keefer for text in Research/Phase I/Monk at the Met--a Community Performance Extravaganza; the Marcus Shelby Jazz Orchestra for music created for Savage Jazz Dance Company and the Marcus Shelby Sextet for a piece for Robert Henry Johnson 2000.
San Francisco celebrates the week with over 125 dance companies, including San Francisco Ballet, Joe Goode Performance Group, Alonzo King's Lines Ballet and Liss Fain Dance, in more than 300 planned performances under the theme of Xtreme Dance.
Recipients of the 2000 James Irvine Foundation and Arts International California Presenters Initiative Grants include: the Carpenter Performing Arts Center at California State University at Long Beach, which will present the Joe Goode Performance Group and Rennie Harris PureMovement; Richmond's East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, which will commission traditional and contemporary African music and dance and an African Choreographers Forum; El Camino College Center for the Arts in Torrance, which will present Donald Byrd's The Beast; the Irvine Barclay Theater in Irvine, which will inaugurate an international flamenco festival featuring Yaelisa; and San Francisco's ODC Theater, which will host an extended residency by the Cuban dance company Bran Rra Rra.
To kick off the 2000-01 performing season, David Dorfman presents The Move Project, inspired by the relocation, and continues with 1306, a free, day-long event with performances throughout the facility, including those by Stephen Petronio Company, Joe Goode Performance Group, Ronald K.