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The Independence Foundation Fellowships in the Arts given to two local choreographers

The Independence Foundation Fellowships in the Arts given to two local choreographers

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 […]

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Review: BalletX

Review: BalletX

Photo credit: Iziliaev Here is what I love about BalletX: when you arrive at the Wilma Theater, they’re just wrapping up a Q&A with the choreographers and welcoming the Andrew Jackson Public School Band into the lobby.  The evening’s program […]

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Kate Watson-Wallace brings the party to the stage with BalletX

Kate Watson-Wallace brings the party to the stage with BalletX

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 […]

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BalletX in rehearsal with Kate Watson-Wallace

BalletX in rehearsal with Kate Watson-Wallace

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 […]

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City Hall brings Dance to it’s courtyard

City Hall brings Dance to it’s courtyard

There is nothing like seeing dance outdoors. Don’t get me wrong I love seeing it indoors but once in a while it’s awesome to see it out of the theater and more importantly so accessible to the people. Yesterday City […]

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Review: us by anonymous bodies and fidget

Review: us by anonymous bodies and fidget

Photo by Bill Hebert by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal I’m always a bit skeptical of companies who do weird things with punctuation like anonymous bodies and fidget, especially when the stage is strewn with electrical cords, a lap […]

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Introducing Carbon Dance Theatre

Introducing Carbon Dance Theatre

A shot from the inaugural season debut of Carbon Dance Theatre under the direction of Meredith Rainey. I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, I loves me a cool silhouette. To find out more about Carbon Dance Theatre […]

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Carbon Dance Theatre makes its official company debut with premiere works by three of Philadelphia’s most celebrated choreographers.

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 […]

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12 Choreographers from Philadelphia headed to the A.W.A.R.D Show 2009

12 Choreographers from Philadelphia headed to the A.W.A.R.D Show 2009

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 […]

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Dancers have a foot-ball

Sunday was cheerier at Susan Hess – with helmets and snacks, too. By Ellen Dunkel For The Inquirer It was a wet, gloomy Sunday night – the Eagles had just lost the NFC Championship game, and dozens of police cars […]

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