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Category: In The Spotlight

BalletX and National Dance Institute Conduct A Weeklong Training Workshop For Dance Educators

BalletX and National Dance Institute Conduct A Weeklong Training Workshop For Dance Educators

From September 19 to September 23, 2016, BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, and the National Dance Institute (NDI) will conduct a training workshop at General Philip Kearny School, located at 601 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19123. This residency is free […]

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Coming to the Independent Fringe – BARRY: MAMALOSHEN in dance!

Coming to the Independent Fringe – BARRY: MAMALOSHEN in dance!

BARRY: Mamaloshen in dance! is Asya Zlatina’s first choreographed full evening length work, with some welcomed creative input from her dancers. A tribute to Zlatina’s grandparents, BARRY comes from a need to share her family’s experiences. It will be presented […]

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Birds on a Wire Dance Theatre Celebrates New Dance Work with HATCH

Birds on a Wire Dance Theatre Celebrates New Dance Work with HATCH

Birds on a Wire Dance Theatre presents HATCH, a mini-festival of world premiere dance works by Philadelphia’s emerging choreographers, from Thursday, June 9 to Saturday, June 11, 2016, at The Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine Street, Philadelphia. All shows are 8:00pm, […]

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Culture Clutch will  present The Social Sessions : Chapter 1

Culture Clutch will present The Social Sessions : Chapter 1

Photo of Caroline O’Brien by Thomas Weir. On Saturday, May 21st,  2016 8:00PM,  Culture Clutch will  present The Social Sessions : Chapter 1 at Chi Movement Arts Center in South Philadelphia. Through a showcase of multiple performance art works the […]

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Ballet 180 presents Tales from Brothers Grimm on April 30th

Ballet 180 presents Tales from Brothers Grimm on April 30th

photo credit Brian Mengini Ballet 180 presents Tales from Brothers Grimm to finish the professional ballet company’s successful 2015/2016 Season. Company members transform into princesses, cats, a wish granting fish, frogs, and woodland fairies as magic spells come to life […]

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Pennsylvania Ballet Announces Revolutionary 2016-2017 Season

Pennsylvania Ballet Announces Revolutionary 2016-2017 Season

Pennsylvania Ballet’s Artistic Director, Angel Corella, has announced the repertoire for the 2016-2017 Season. The Company’s 53rd Season will be the second to have all performances selected by Corella. With the 2016-2017 Season, Corella continues to raise the level of […]

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Ronald K. Brown – Evidence in Dance and the Spirit at Bryn Mawr College on February 26

Ronald K. Brown – Evidence in Dance and the Spirit at Bryn Mawr College on February 26

The Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents Ronald K. Brown / Evidence in Dance and the Spirit on Friday, February 26, 8:00pm in the McPherson Auditorium at Goodhart Hall. Brown founded the Brooklyn-based Evidence in 1985.  His critically-acclaimed choreography […]

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The Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents Annie Wilson in Lovertits

The Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents Annie Wilson in Lovertits

The Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents Annie Wilson in Lovertits on Thursday-Saturday, January 28–30 at 8:00pm in the Hepburn Teaching Theatre at Goodhart Hall. The avant-garde performance artist returns to the Series where she captivated the last year’s […]

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All Grown Up, But the Donetsk Ballet’s Nutcracker is Still a Tradition for Two Philadelphia Sisters

All Grown Up, But the Donetsk Ballet’s Nutcracker is Still a Tradition for Two Philadelphia Sisters

Coralie François, right; Vladislav Stepanov, Donetsk Ballet, center; and Hannah Kearney, left, in a pas de trois in The Nutcracker Photo courtesy of Wissahickon Dance Academy In their first Nutcracker, they were little dancing dolls come to life and in […]

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Moving Stories dance concert showcases  innovative work by student choreographers  in a nationally acclaimed program

Moving Stories dance concert showcases innovative work by student choreographers in a nationally acclaimed program

Muhlenberg College dancers tell their stories through movement, as the Muhlenberg Theatre & Dance Department presents “Moving Stories,” a showcase for dance works created by emerging choreographers, Nov. 12-14 in the College’s Baker Theatre. Artistic director Karen Dearborn says the […]

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