The boundaries are always open.
Philadelphia’s best revue of new performing arts returns for another season January 13 and 14, 2017, at Moving Arts of Mount Airy.
Lily Kind uses a recent PA Ballet program to look at what makes a ballet a ballet and what makes a dance a dance.
The Moscow Ballet delivers all that is expected from a first-rate Nutcracker, but there are no surprises.
Events like AT HOME WITH THE HUMORLESS BASTARD need to happen more often. It isn’t just dance; it is socially provocative artwork.
It uses the same stage, the same music, and the same settings as previous years, but this year’s NUTCRACKER is even more convincing and more magical than before.
The repertoires PARSONS DANCE present at the Prince have clear themes and stories, yet remain enigmatic and abstract.
There is a strange, uncomfortable mix of intimacy and isolation at play when a group of people are thrust into total darkness together.
Did you know you were a member of a secret religious cult? You are, and a meeting has been called to elect a new leader
“Is this a dance performance or a social experiment?”
Philadelphia offers a whole host of Nutcracker productions and other productions that have become holiday traditions.
Drawing dance is a challenge. It is difficult to capture gesture, for example, because it is always changing. Modern dance provides a new means to an abstracted form of story telling. Each performance left me with a different feeling: bizarre, savage, sweet and tender, sensual, and empowering.
Like other masterpieces of ballet, SUNSET, O639 HOURS grows by itself and lets the dancers grow.
Eri Yoneda interviews the lead dancers of BalletX’s popular contemporary full-length
As a pioneer dancer and choreographer, Martha Graham established the root of modern dance almost single-handedly.