I have no doubt that Johnson and BDC will contribute to the dance scene in Philadelphia.
Part storytelling and part culture sharing, Saayuja was more than the merging of art forms, it was the intermingling of cultures and politics
World renowned and locally grown Philadanco contributed to the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts with nights of first rate dancing to sold out houses.
The subtext of Meg Foley’s Action is Primary, is that in order for one to affect change, engaging in mobilization is of chief importance.
The first comprehensive museum overview of influential artist Norman Lewis opened at PAFA with an improvisational dance performance.
Archiving experiences of the female body, the Femme Collective not only revealed conditions of the feminist iconography, but was also staged potluck for sourcing the gendered self.
Fringe in The Market is a twice a month curated series aimed at introducing the general public to some of Philadelphia’s most innovative, interesting, and engaging performers.
A look at the first Scratch Night of 2016 at FringeArts.
X-MAS PHILES is fun. But fun showed itself as a side-track.
Celebrating her 46th year as artistic director of the Philadelphia Dance Company, Joan Myers Brown continues to break barriers while preserving rich dance traditions.
Boasting a youth ensemble, an apprentice company and a main performing company, The Philadelphia Dance Company is committed to celebrating and preserving African American traditions in dance.
The dark space at the headquarters of Fringe Arts hosted a kaleidoscope of blackness. Sad blackness. Angry blackness. Rescued blackness. Incarcerated blackness. Lost blackness. Dead blackness.
Leading up to the Fringe a series of Scratch Night performances showed excerpts of self-produced work that will be presented at the festival.
Supper, People on the Move was a well thought out and efficaciously executed choreographic project that called for us to carefully examine the paths people take to conquer new horizons.
Dance Iquail used the tutu, which is an iconic costume in classical ballet, placed it atop the heads of the dancers and shifted its representation from a symbol of white ballet to a symbol of black pride.
Temple’s faculty show featured works by current dance faculty and guest artist Andrea Miller of Gallim Dance
Shanahan writes that her research focuses on new movement language that expands the notions of body beyond those prescribed by Western approaches to dance. N
On January 18, The Koresh Artist Showcase presented a variety of works that made it easy to remember why we love to watch dance in the first place.