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HOME: A Process Deconstructed

HOME: A Process Deconstructed

photo credit: Bicking Photography by Gregory King, Visiting Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for the Dance Journal My introduction to the Home /S.9th street project was at Temple University’s faculty concert and the excerpt left me longing to experience more. […]

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Kun-Yang Lin Building Artists at HOME!

Kun-Yang Lin Building Artists at HOME!

by Gregory King, Visiting Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for the Dance Journal Building HOME could have been just another choreographer’s showcase turned out to be a supporting laboratory where Kun-Yang Lin encouraged the dancers of his company to display […]

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Temple Faculty Concert; Branches, Boxing Rings and Boldly Political

Temple Faculty Concert; Branches, Boxing Rings and Boldly Political

by Gregory King, Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance, Swarthmore College for The Dance Journal photo by Bill Hebert Setting the tone for the Temple University faculty concert on Friday January 30th, 2015, was Merian Soto’s The Practice of Peace: Group […]

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Kun-Yang Lin is “Home”?

Kun-Yang Lin is “Home”?

    by Steven Weisz for The Dance Journal On a Saturday afternoon, before a handful of guests in their studio, Kun-Yang Lin and dancers performed excerpts from his newest work in development, Home, S. 9th Street. This is perhaps one […]

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Review – Be/longing: Light/Shadow

Review – Be/longing: Light/Shadow

photo by Bill Hebert by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal A hallow, whistling sounds fills the theater.  It could be a chant, or, then again, the whir of a machine.  Dancers in brightly colored tops face every which way.  […]

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Kun-Yang Lin Dancers with Be/Longing: Light/Shadow

Kun-Yang Lin Dancers with Be/Longing: Light/Shadow

So yes been a little while, 2 months since the last column. Miss me? trying to get back into shooting little by little. This past weekend I stopped by the Mandell Theater for Kun-Yang Lin Dancers presenting Be/Longing: Light/Shadow. Be/Longing: […]

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Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers to premiere  Be/Longing: Light/Shadow

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers to premiere Be/Longing: Light/Shadow

Photo by Matthew Wright KYL/D will stage the premiere of Be/Longing: Light/Shadow at the Mandell Theater on Friday, March 21 at 8 PM and Saturday, March 22 at 3 PM and 8 PM.  This sixty-five minute, multi-disciplinary piece features the dance […]

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Kun-Yang Lin dancing between borders

Kun-Yang Lin dancing between borders

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers’ Fall Program is a retrospective concert at the Painted Bride, marking the company’s five year anniversary in Philadelphia and Lin’s 20 years as a choreographer. The retrospective is a sampling  from […]

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Review – ONE Gifts from Afar

Review – ONE Gifts from Afar

photo by Bill Hebert by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal As I’ve gotten to know the Philadelphia dance community over the past few years, I’ve always been a bit mystified by Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers.  Between the hyphen, the forward slash, […]

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Kun-Yang Lin Dancers and the creation of ONE

Kun-Yang Lin Dancers and the creation of ONE

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers are premiering ONE: Gifts from Afar by choreographer Kun-Yang Lin at the Mandell Theater this week on the same bill as Lin’s 2011 piece, The Mandala Project. Twice this month, Lin, […]

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