Photo: Lora Allen
Dancers scratch on the wood, tap it, rap it, and soon the audience joins into this gentle symphony.
Lynn Matluck Brooks
Photo: Hope Davis
They are at a burlesque show called Lovertits. I am at an experimental dance-theater performance that critiques the male gaze called Lovertits.
Photo: Andrea Clearfield
#shamanicinterfaces: Creative Meditation
Puts the spotlight on the ritualistic nature of performance.
Kalila Kingsford Smith
Photo: Becca Weber
Read a re-cap of thINKingDANCE's Philadelphia Fringe Festival twitter reviews.
Photo: Nancy Chen
I Could Barely Breathe
I have never seen a site-specific work use a chosen space to better impact, or performers more committed to the world they create therein.
Lynn Matluck Brooks
Photo: Alexander Iziliaev
In Conversation: Angel Corella
Why Angel Corella hopes "that everyone can make it to Philadelphia," and more thoughts from the new Artistic Director of PA Ballet.
Photo: Anna Lee Campbell
Petals on a wet, black bough
Eiko in performance — painted a near white, her slight frame and its minimal gestures sometimes unbearably sorrowful — does not appear to have the fortitude to take care of us. Still, I think she is doing just that.
photo: Antoine Tempé
Two Looks, from Twenty
Megan Bridge sat down for a screen-to-screen “chat" with Gregory Holt about Trajal Harrell’s "Twenty Looks or Paris is Burning at the Judson Church."
Photo: Robin Barnes
Ugly Numbers Part III: The Dance Apocalypse
The final installment of Ugly Numbers, a three-part investigation on gender inequity in contemporary American dance.
Photo: Jean Luc Tanghe
Rosas is a trial of endurance, sure, but like any great challenge with substance at its core, it rewards: you emerge changed.
Photo: Bill Hebert
What makes the InHale Performance Series a success is the nurturing community it offers to emerging and established artists.
Photo: Andy Vernon-Jones
Loosely Bound Thunder
Rather than performing as dancers or musicians, each cast member became a truly hybrid cross, moving and sounding at the same time throughout the piece.
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A New Debut--Corella as PAB Artistic Director
Personnel changes swept through Pennsylvania Ballet beginning in April when Artistic Director Roy Kaiser announced that he would be stepping down from…
Editor's Note: TD at Three--Stepping Down/Stepping Up
In October 2011 thINKingDANCE convened its first workshop with twenty writers. Ever since, we’ve been providing dance artists with valuable critical…
P.S. 40: Identifiers in Art MakingDoes it matter to you to have your art understood as being connected to a particular identity, whether sexual, gender-based, racial, political or stylistic? How does it affect your looking at dance when it is described as being strongly connected with any one or more of these identifiers?
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