A Philadelphia Take on the Bessies
A nine-course gourmet meal takes a long time too, but why would you complain about an embarrassment of riches?
October 23, 2016
Fast, Poetic, Electromagnetic
One narrator posits that miracles may not be possible, but this lo-fi, rickety cart-stage and its ingenious human operators offer a small exhibit to the contrary.
September 18, 2016
Montpellier Danse Festival: Postcards from France
Brief flashes in an otherwise loud, dark, and smoke-filled vision.
August 3, 2016
“Quite Visceral and Quite Unusual”: Adrian Heathfield on “Ally”
Janine Antoni, Stephen Petronio and Anna Halprin working in the meeting space between forms.
April 19, 2016
Little Explosions with Dorrance Dance
The brilliance is non-stop, but the engagement wanes.
December 15, 2015
A Funeral For Five Performances
Hopkins asks: How is a performance like a person?
November 12, 2015
New Maps from the Fringe Festival
What new connections and directions emerge this year from the Fringe Festival's explosion of artistic expression?
September 25, 2015