FringeArts favorite Kate-Watson Wallace returns with Mash Up Body, a contemporary dance piece that examines the evolution and destruction of identity. This haunting and thrilling performance runs June 4th-6th at 8:00pm. All performances are at FringeArts’ waterfront headquarters, 140 N Columbus Blvd. (at Race […]Read more ›
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The Independence Foundation Fellowships in the Arts announced that fellowships of up to $10,000 have been awarded to 8 local performing artists. These fellowships will support research and development projects in a wide-variety of disciplines. The Fellowships in the Arts […]Read more ›
So a few weeks back I brought you images from rehearsal of a piece that Kate Watson-Wallace was setting on BalletX. This week/weekend BalletX premieres that piece “I Was at a Party and My Mind Wandered Off” at the Wilma […]Read more ›
Well now that October’s here things are really going to be picking up in terms of not only performances but the frequency of releases of my photo column. This week we have rehearsal moments courtesy of BalletX, Choreographer Kate Watson-Wallace […]Read more ›
Carbon Dance Theatre makes its official company debut with premiere works by three of Philadelphia’s most celebrated choreographers.
Meredith Rainey, Matthew Neenan and Kate Watson-Wallace debut new works set to the last songs written by composers prior to their deaths in the full-length concert: Swan Songs Photo by Portia Jones; design by Tori Lawrence; dancers Martha Chamberlain & Jonathan […]Read more ›
The Joyce Theater Foundation (New York), in association with the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival, The Dance Center of Columbia College Chicago and On the Boards (Seattle),announce the 12 choreographers in each of the four cities who will be participating in […]Read more ›