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Olive Prince presents Of Our Remnants

Olive Prince presents Of Our Remnants

Olive Prince will be presenting Of our remnants on April 30th through May 2nd at the Iron Factory, 118 Fontain St, 3rd Floor, Philadelphia.  Her three months in residence has been a process of creating site-specific choreography, poetry, and visual […]

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Ballet 180 Unites with Composer Leonardo Le San and  WRTI Host Jack Moore to Explore the Impact of Technology on the Arts and Humanity

Ballet 180 Unites with Composer Leonardo Le San and WRTI Host Jack Moore to Explore the Impact of Technology on the Arts and Humanity

On April 26, Ballet 180 will premiere Hybrid – A collaborative project between Ballet 180 and Leonardo Le San, a Philadelphia-based composer and recording artist. Producing the musical recording for Hybrid will be WRTI Classical Host Jack Moore, who will […]

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Move Dance Think Fest: The Significance of Everything: A Way Into Presence

Move Dance Think Fest: The Significance of Everything: A Way Into Presence

On May 2nd and 3rd, 2015, Biondo, Shahverdian and Stoyanova curate, create and organize a weekend festival, Move Dance Think Fest,  consisting of two workshops, three performances, a lecture, a movie screening, and dinner with led conversation. The goal of […]

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Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and Leah Stein Dance Company to present TURBINE

Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and Leah Stein Dance Company to present TURBINE

Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia  received an award of $216,000 from The William Penn Foundation for the TURBINE project. The large-scale, site-responsive choral work, will have its world premier at the Fairmount Water Works along the Schuylkill River on May 16 & 17, 2015. Mendelssohn Club […]

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Robert Ashley’s Dust Choreographed by fidget co-founder Megan Bridge

Robert Ashley’s Dust Choreographed by fidget co-founder Megan Bridge

A little more than a year after the death of noted composer Robert Ashley, FringeArts is presenting a local artist’s exploration of his work. Choreographer Megan Bridge, fidget co-founder, explores the dark, hallucinatory, and the quirky, mundane world of composer […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet Presents a Tribute to West Side Story Choreographer, Jerome Robbins

Pennsylvania Ballet Presents a Tribute to West Side Story Choreographer, Jerome Robbins

Artists of Pennsylvania Ballet in Jerome Robbins’ The Concert Photo: Alexander Iziliaev Pennsylvania Ballet celebrates the versatility and genius of famed American choreographer, Jerome Robbins, with A Tribute to Jerome Robbins that includes the company premiere of In G Major, […]

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Dance Emerge showcases eclectic work by student choreographers and Muhlenberg faculty

Dance Emerge showcases eclectic work by student choreographers and Muhlenberg faculty

Muhlenberg College dancers tell their stories through movement, as the Muhlenberg Theatre & Dance Department presents “Dance Emerge,” a showcase for dance works created by emerging choreographers, April 16-18 in the College’s Baker Theatre. Jeffrey Peterson is the artistic director […]

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Pasión y Arte Investigates Femininity Through Flamenco and Post Modern Dance

Pasión y Arte Investigates Femininity Through Flamenco and Post Modern Dance

Pasión y Arte (PyA), under the artistic direction and choreography of Elba Hevia y Vaca, is poised to premiere the new work Cosas de Mujeres (Things of Women), in the unique landscape of Drexel University’s Pearlstein Gallery.  Set against the large-scale […]

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Tommie-Waheed Evans brings BOTCH to the Painted Bride

Tommie-Waheed Evans brings BOTCH to the Painted Bride

Tommie-Waheed Evans presents the debut performance of Waheed Works’ Botch, on April 10th and 11th at 8pm at the Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia. Botch is the culmination of an ongoing exploration of lightness and darkness through movement. Melding techniques […]

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Performance and Visual Art Collide as Seattle-based duo makes Philadelphia Debut

Performance and Visual Art Collide as Seattle-based duo makes Philadelphia Debut

Photos by Tim Summers FringeArts Presents BeginAgain from zoe|juniper Seattle-based duo zoe|juniper brings their collision of video and stage magic with dance to FringeArts this spring. Choreographer Zoe Scofield and visual artist Juniper Shuey create an enchanted environment for mysterious […]

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