Koresh Dance Company

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Dance in Sketch: INNER SUN (Koresh Dance)

Koresh Dance presented INNER SUN at the Suzanne Roberts Theater April 26.

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A Little Bird Who Fucks Everything Up: Interview with Haygen Brice Walker, the new enfant terrible of Philadelphia

Henrik Eger talks to Fringe playwright Haygen Brice Walker of BIRDIE’S PIT STOP (AND THE TRIBE OF QUEERS WHO FUCKED EVERYTHING UP).

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25th Anniversary (Koresh): Celebrating an anniversary with new work

While each piece was different in many ways, there was nonetheless a common stylistic approach that tied them all together: rhythmic dramatic strength.

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Two Philadelphia Companies Shine at APAP 2016

Koresh Dance Company and Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers perform in a APAP showing.

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Koresh Dance Company Turns 25

Koresh Dance Company marks its 25th anniversary year with some celebratory programming.

Photo by Jaqlin Medlock

COME TOGETHER FESTIVAL: Dance review, part 2

Part 2 of Lew Whittington’s look at the COME TOGETHER FESTIVAL

Kun Yang Lin Dancers. Photo by Bill Hebert.

COME TOGETHER FESTIVAL: Dance review, part 1

The collective energy of the deep field of Philly dance and visiting artists created a palpable festival atmosphere.

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Right Now, Over Me: Koresh Dance Company’s COME TOGETHER festival

Koresh features 33 companies in this year’s festival, which provides a professional performance platform for established and emerging dance artists alike.

Photo by Frank Bicking with Dancer, Andrea Romesser of The Koresh Dance School.

The Koresh Artist Showcase: A Slice For You, A Slice For Me!

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.

Roni Koresh, photo by Frank Bicking

No regrets in Roni Koresh’s PROMISES

At rehearsal last week putting the finishing touches on his new dance piece ‘Promises I Never Meant to Keep,’ choreographer Roni Koresh was bleary eyed, wondering if the coffee he was drinking was from three days ago, but otherwise thoroughly engaged