by Kathleen Glynn for The Dance Journal This holiday season Brian Sanders and his company, JUNK, present a fun, family friendly, sing-a-long dance performance on the Harold Prince Theatre’s stage within the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts. Snowball is a […]Read more ›
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by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Hanging off aluminum rails at the cavernous 23th St. Armory are billowy curtains and suspended lamps hanging low over mattresses on a huge sheet over the floor with a bed of sand underneath. […]Read more ›
by Lewis Whitington for The Dance Journal Sanders’ dance rhymes Choreographer Brian Sanders makes more than one visual statement with his company JUNK using unique props and costumes crafted from discarded materials. They can be as whimsical as the kiddie […]Read more ›
Opening weekend is always a busy time ’round these parts, but I’m pleased I was able to catch the 2011 Philly Fringe production Dancing Dead from Brian Sanders/JUNK, which has gotten some pretty stellar early notices. The show relies less on aerial work than, say, Urban Scuba, although they still take to the rigging, no [...]Read more ›
APRIL SAUL / Inquirer Staff Photographer Brian Sanders (upright) with dancer and partner John Luna at a rehearsal for the retrospective shows. Luna will perform Sanders’ “The Grid.” Local choreographer and spectacle-creator Brian Sanders will celebrate 18 3/4 years with […]Read more ›
The 18¾ Anniversary Celebration establishes JUNK’s first annual celebration since the company’s founding in 1992. The program highlights 18 works by Artistic Director Brian Sanders celebrating the company’s creativity and growth over the last 18 years. The show includes excerpts […]Read more ›
The 2010 Live Arts Festival brings world-class contemporary dance to Philadelphia while continuing to cultivate the work of the region’s top choreographers. Visiting artists include the celebrated New York-based choreographer Lucinda Childs, who will present the Philadelphia premiere of her […]Read more ›