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.
BalletX is on fire. Their winter series provides Philadelphia with the perfect antidote to the cold-weather blues.
Chelsea & Magda speak directly from their vaginas. If you’re not into that kind of thing, don’t see THE VULGAR EARLY WORKS.
Just 26 years old, De La Cruz has already received astounding recognition for his choreography. BalletX premiere’s his “Talsikan” as part of the Winter Series 2015.
New artistic director Angel Corella was able to take full advantage of works by George Balanchine, Christopher Wheeldon and a premiere from resident choreographer Matthew Neenan, to start to show his retooling of the company.
Temple’s faculty show featured works by current dance faculty and guest artist Andrea Miller of Gallim Dance
Sebastian has created a hilarious faux news Kickstarter video lambasting racism, homophobia, and media vacuity. If the show is going to be this good, it’s worth throwing in a couple bucks.
Theater, dance, circus, and a return to the stage after 12 years. Nice and Fresh January is supremely accessible performance art.
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.
What occurs in a theater when sex happens? Ivo Dimchev’s FEST and Florentina Holzinger and Vincent Riebeek’s KEIN APPLAUS FÜR SCHEISSE present two very different looks.
This year’s SNOWBALL—the annual one-night-only festive winter-wonderland fundraiser for Brian Sanders’ JUNK—will fill the Trocadero (where Sanders produced his first show in 1992) with spectacular dance, food, and libations inspired…
Ordinarily I wouldn’t recommend JUNK for children, but the company’s 1.1 Holiday Revue Special is just fabulous.
MUMMENSCHANZ transform the ordinary into extraordinary using everyday objects and silent storytelling.
FringeArts’ December Scratch Night included a sneak peek of the 1.1 HOLIDAY REVUE SPECIAL, this year’s all-ages seasonal offering by Brian Sanders’ JUNK.
BalletX’s Fall Series features three disparate dances united by evocative lighting schemes and the genre-stretching beauty of movement which characterizes the company.