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Sometimes dance is music and music is dance – Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer, Chloe Felesina

Sometimes dance is music and music is dance – Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas and BalletX dancer, Chloe Felesina

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Photo credit for Chloe Felesina: Alexander Iziliaev Both dance and classical music fans filled the downstairs multi-level World Café on Super Bowl Sunday, no less, for the potent pairing of Cellist, Gabriel Cabezas […]

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Huggins on ‘Danco on Huggins

Huggins on ‘Danco on Huggins

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Christopher Huggins, former Alvin Ailey dancer, now full time choreographer- teacher and, on occasion, at 51, guest soloist, is one of the most in-demand choreographers in the US, but has been working more […]

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Roy Kaiser looks forward and back as Pennsylvania Ballet turns 50

Roy Kaiser looks forward and back as Pennsylvania Ballet turns 50

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Pennsylvania Ballet launches its 50th season this month with the celebrations, reunions and gala performances, but the company has already been leading up to the milestone with other projects that point to a […]

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Gay lives and dances to remember

Gay lives and dances to remember

photo by Lydia Daniller by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal How perfect that Sean Dorsey’s “The Secret History of Love” landed on the Painted Bride Art Center stage during gay history month. The piece was inspired by interviews Dorsey […]

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Wilson wanders & Dunne debriefs

Wilson wanders & Dunne debriefs

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Reggie Wilson / Fist and Heel Performance Group Moses(es) Suzanne Roberts Theatre Sept 19 Moses, the prophet and religious warrior who led the Jews out of bondage is the subject of Reggie Wilson’s […]

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FringeArts Review – In the Upper Rooms – Montana’s Basement & Stein’s Adjacent Spaces

FringeArts Review – In the Upper Rooms – Montana’s Basement & Stein’s Adjacent Spaces

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal BASEMENT Choreography:  Gunnar Montana Asian Arts Initiative Sept 14 Audiences like thrills and with its graphic poster art promising violence and nudity, Gunnar Montana’s BASEMENT is a guaranteed FringeArts hit. In an upper […]

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FringeArts Review – Dionysian war dances

FringeArts Review – Dionysian war dances

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal AJAX, the madness by Attis Theatre Director: Theodoros Terzopoulos In its US premiere at the Wilma co-presented Attis Theatre’s famed production Greek tragedy of  AJAX, the madness in a chilling excerpt of a […]

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FringeArts Review – Like um, dancing around

FringeArts Review – Like um, dancing around

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Nature Theater of Oklahoma is actually an experimental theater troupe from New York and they are in performance at the Wilma Theatre with Life and Times-Episodes 1-5. It chronicles the lives of 18 […]

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FringeArts Review – Off-center of Leo’s gravity

FringeArts Review – Off-center of Leo’s gravity

by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal “He can’t do that.“ a little girl said during the first few moments of LEO, when it looked dancer William Bonnet was defying gravity. She wasn’t the only one who said in delighted […]

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FringeArts Review – Sanders’ lyrical daring in Hush

FringeArts Review – Sanders’ lyrical daring in Hush

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. […]

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