An exploration of unrepeated and layered movements, Gregory Holt’s 2,000 MOVEMENTS is a living archive of body and space
Modern dance meets contemporary ballet in an expressive collaboration by two of Philadelphia’s top-notch companies.
Staged in the American Art Galleries in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, this interactive pop-up work of art, gives a new insight into how to “experience” the visual arts. Audience members are…
A series of short sketches of people in process. Carefully crafted dances that pulled the audience into the performers’ private worlds.
Two dance companies separated by 763 miles challenge audience to find connections between works created miles away.
Find out what really goes on in the barn in this exciting foray into the country, as Brian Sanders’ JUNK exposes the true “American standard!”
This exploration of manhood shows how our cultural boundaries can restrict deep, meaningful connection.
THE BORDER delivers on all the essential aspects of Scandinavian life: there’s dry humor, a self-deprecating take on one’s life and, of course, melancholic dance music.
You would be excused for not understanding exactly what is going on in THERE: the dialog is all in a Russianish nonsense language
Highly trained and expressive performers introduce viewers to girls’ life, relationships and strength through their acrobatic and astonishing circus arts.
This scintillating exploration of the territorial tensions between a man and a woman takes us beyond the cubicle walls to the dynamic boundaries of human relations.
Three progenitors of 20th-century Minimalism—Lucinda Childs, John Adams, and Frank Gehry–teamed up to create a stunning program of dance, sound, and space.
In OF OUR REMNANTS, the utilitarian object is one of comfort, and comfort is an act of avoidance.
This hour-long dance work explores the movements of water, both inside the body and surrounding us.
Here’s the latest sampling of Fringe shows, performances, playwrights, and artists from around the world, now grown to 18 countries.
Experience a story of an independent and strong woman’s life through pieces of memories and expressive movement.