As BalletX wraps up their fall series I decided to see what moments may have looked like from the period the piece was set in. Sunset, o639 Hours, created by choreographer and BalletX Co-Founder Matthew Neenan and award-winning New Zealand […]Read more ›
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I’ve gotten to know some really AMAZING artists in NYC in the just over 10+ years i’ve been shooting. Some through shooting at APAP and most through a performance series called The Current Sessions (www.thecurrentsessions.com) in NY. One of the […]Read more ›
by Bill Hebert for The Dance Journal Back finally with a new photo column with Take It Away Danance, under the direction of Pamela Hetherington, performing at Philly’s Reading Terminal Market. Today’s performance featured Brian Davis, Katie Haldeman, Pamela Hetherington […]Read more ›
By Bill Hebert for The Dancer Journal My latest photo column is a look back at “Fragment/Frame” a student dance experiment in response to the art installation “Deus ex Machina” by Jesse Krimes. Choreography & Direction by Tania Isaac, Dancers: […]Read more ›
So today I happened to be at The Whole Shebang space in South Philly checking out a rehearsal by Graffito Works when I had the lucky coincidence to bump into Megan Flynn who was rehearsing a solo which will be […]Read more ›
Definitely have to say I really enjoyed all three Scratch Night Fringe Previews since I saw a lot of my Philly Dance Family perform and in attendance but also some theater which I don’t get to see often. The final […]Read more ›