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BalletX Winter Series 2016 brings Trey McIntyre, Matthew Neenan, and Choreographic Fellow Yin Yue

BalletX Winter Series 2016 brings Trey McIntyre, Matthew Neenan, and Choreographic Fellow Yin Yue

BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet and the Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, continues its tradition of world premiere choreography in its 10th Anniversary Season.  Winter Series 2016 (February 10-14) will feature unique works by three distinctive choreographic voices — Trey McIntyre, […]

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BalletX’s Third Season of Dance eXchange ends with Final Performance at the Prince Theater on Jan 26 & 27th

BalletX’s Third Season of Dance eXchange ends with Final Performance at the Prince Theater on Jan 26 & 27th

Photo: Alexander Iziliaev/Courtesy of BalletX BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet, is proud to announce the culmination of its third year of Dance eXchange, the company’s in-school dance education program, in two professional showcases at the Prince Theater. In the 2015-2016 school […]

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Review – BalletX Fall Series 2015

Review – BalletX Fall Series 2015

From Nicolo Fonte’s Beasts. Chloe Felesina Photography by Alexander Iziliaev, courtesy of BalletX by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal Building on the success of Nicolo Fonte’s “Beautiful Decay,” which premiered to critical acclaim for its treatment of aging bodies in 2013, […]

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BalletX 10th Anniversary Season opens with Nicolo Fonte full-length world premiere

BalletX 10th Anniversary Season opens with Nicolo Fonte full-length world premiere

BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet and the Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, launches it’s 10th Anniversary 2015-2016 Season with Fall Series 2015 (November 18-22). The company, praised for its “suspense, vitality, comedy, freedom” (The New York Times), presents Beasts, an evening-length world premiere […]

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BalletX announces Yin Yue as the winner of its inaugural Choreographic Fellowship Program

BalletX announces Yin Yue as the winner of its inaugural Choreographic Fellowship Program

BalletX, Philadelphia’s Premier Contemporary Ballet and Resident Dance Company of The Wilma Theater, announces Yin Yue as the winner of its inaugural Choreographic Fellowship Program, generously funded by the Wyncote Foundation. Yue, a rising star with a fresh approach to classical ballet […]

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BalletX has done it again

BalletX has done it again

From Adam Hougland’s When We’re Alone; Pictured: Daniel Mayo; Photography by Alexander Iziliaev by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal BalletX has done it again: a sellout crowd, a reprieve of company favorites and something wholly unexpected in the world of […]

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BalletX Summer Series to feature three works by choreographer Adam Hougland

BalletX Summer Series to feature three works by choreographer Adam Hougland

Photo Credit: Alexander Iziliaev BalletX will conclude this years season with Summer Series 2015, running July 8-12 at the Wilma Theater.  Featured are three commissioned works by Adam Hougland, that highlight the range and vision of this talented American choreographer. Named […]

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BalletX Winter Series & Thoughts on Choosing the Moments

BalletX Winter Series & Thoughts on Choosing the Moments

When you go to a performance what draws your eye? Yes sometimes if it’s a solo dancer or duet alone on stage the answer is easy but even then are you looking at the whole picture or even closer at […]

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BalletX: Sizzling Despite the Snow

BalletX: Sizzling Despite the Snow

by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal BalletX is, to put it frankly, on fire.  Their winter series, which features the contemporary, quirky choreography for which the young company has become known, runs through Sunday providing Philadelphian’s with the perfect […]

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De La Cruz’s choreographic sparks

De La Cruz’s choreographic sparks

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal To Dance or not to dance? That question many dancers face after many years performing as they mature and face aging, But for Filipino-American choreographer Norbert De La Cruz III, it was a […]

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