Excerpted by kind permission from thINKingDANCE. In FORE-IGN/ FORE-OUT, four choreographers explore states of liminality—of how to be between things. In Matriz, Evalina Carbonell uses a stage-spanning black banner and fluid…
An autobiographical solo dance work tracing how a family history in a Japanese Internment Camp has affected succeeding generations.
THE ONE, THE OTHER ONE, & THE MANY reflected an everlasting struggle, a universal dynamic to shift parochial perspectives through time and evolving relationships
the rich layering of performance capacity matched the layers of movement space that Leah Stein’s PORTAL attended to
The Kathak performance weaved together photography and dance, narrative and abstraction, the traditional and the contemporary in an exploration of life’s many off-kilter moments.
Zornitsa Stoyanova asks us to consider the female body as embodiment of generations of ancestral procreation, a host for the alien parasites of new generations, and—through a glass, darkly—as a sexual object.
Featuring young talents and Zlatina’s storytelling choreography, BARRY is a show with heart and love, quick on its feet.
The International Philly Fringe: A welcome to 28 countries
Brooklyn’s CATCH is a showcase for experimental artists in all genres—The Ed Sullivan Show on acid.
A highly experimental, improvisational, and fascinating Fringe performance
Gunar Montana’s choreography is seriously energetic, more downright sexual than subtly sensual.
An exploration of divorce and disconnection in the California desert.
A place where acrobatics meets theater, the theater meets the circus, and circus meets blue grass
Consider the speculum a tool for looking inward in more ways than one.
Bridging the gap between dance and physical theater, CARRIED AWAY delivers an exciting, heartfelt, and stimulating crowd-pleaser.
Tangle Movement Arts is back again with a thrilling Fringe Festival performance.
A testament to what Fringe can do: defy genre, defy theme, defy medium, and somehow still manage to be cohesive and emotionally haunting
Wilson and his dancers beautifully articulate humankind’s desire to belong.