Photo: Johanna Austin
Looking Back in Pain and Hope
“Come Back, Little Sheba” is realistic, sad, funny, and beautifully situated in the Bethany Mission Gallery.
Lynn Matluck Brooks
Photo: Terry Brennan
Nothing is Certain, Except Death and Hoagies
“Let's turn this suck into a success.”
Photo: Frankie Rowles
Gay Mis: A Revolution for the Random
The ensemble marched in time to “Do you hear my cell phone ring?”
Photo: Kate Raines
The Dark Side of Heartbreak
Warned of extreme gore, I also discover in BASEMENT a man struggling to cope with a deeply complex love story.
Photo: Brian Mengini
Dance, But Make It “Trashion”
“Dumpster Dance”: The evening only got weirder.
Photo: Anne Van Aerschot
It’s Not Just a Phase
Though I have seen this dance on film before, my mouth still drops open.
Photo: Sam Post Creative
Lessons in Child's Play
To see children play is to understand the balance between structure and whimsy.
Photo: Heather McBride
Teenage Life in the Digital Age
The Miseducation of Generation Never is a multi-disciplinary journey through the digital age created and told by teens.
Photo: Jenna Horton
Re-contextualizing American History
Horton zigzags her audience beyond the façade of this country’s first capital.
Photo: Jauhien Sasnou
Superterranean Goes Postdramatic
"Superterranean" hypnotizes with a wordless, surreal stage meditation.
Photo: Marley Trigg Stewart
Reclaiming 'Vogue': A Late Night Snack
“Do you believe in love? ‘Cause I got something to say about it,” Gutierrez asks.
People migrate. Sometimes by choice but often by force, be it war, climate change, oppression, or violence.
Amelia Rose Estrada
Open Call for tD Writers! - now closed
We are looking for NEW thINKingDANCE WRITERS and encourage the following people to consider joining us:
· those who want to develop their writing skills…
TD & TP: We're Intrigued
It’s more than a rumor that thINKingDANCE (tD) and Theatre Philadelphia (TP) have started seeing each other.
Traditionally, thINKingDANCE only…
thINKingDANCE partners with Theatre Philadelphia to expand theater coverage in Philadelphia
What can dance critics tell us about theater?
In a quest to reach new audiences for performing arts in Philadelphia, Theatre Philadelphia and thINKingDANCE…
A Bit About Us
thINKingDANCE catalyzes conversation about dance and develops the skills of dance writers in the Philadelphia area. We train and educate our writers through regular workshops with visiting dance writers, monthly peer-critique sessions, and a uniquely rigorous two-tiered editing process. Founded in 2011, we've published nearly nine hundred articles drawing attention to Philadelphia’s robust and diverse dance community. Read more.
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