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The Whole Shebang

The Whole Shebang: Philadelphia’s Newest Arts Space

by Chrysta Brown for The Dance Journal I suppose I could call Philadelphia’s newest art space a dance studio. The floors are beautiful, wooden, sprung, and rumored to be heated.  Plus, there are dancers and dance classes, and these are all things […]

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A New Dance Platform in Philadelphia Has Its Inaugural Launch

A New Dance Platform in Philadelphia Has Its Inaugural Launch

photo by Bill Hebert Steven Weisz, founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, has brought numerous dance programs to the greater Philadelphia region over the years. His newest international project, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement) will have its inaugural launch in […]

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Retro/Introspective with choreographer Susan Rethorst

Retro/Introspective with choreographer Susan Rethorst

Pictured: Jodi Melnick in the 2001 performance of Behold Bold Sam Dog Credit: Tom Brazil by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal At the Arts Parlor Studio on South Broad St. earlier this week, dancers Gabrielle Revlock, Meg Foley and  Bronwen […]

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Student Author Progam – Review: Thirdbird’s The whole time in the meanwhile

Student Author Progam – Review: Thirdbird’s The whole time in the meanwhile

by Chelsey Nicole Hamilton for The Dance Journal This review is part of the Dance Journal’s Student Author Program. Chelsey was mentored by Dance Journal writer, Kat Richter. Chelsey is a sophomore at Temple University, majoring in Journalism and Dance. She […]

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REVIEW: Thirdbird’s The whole time in the meanwhile

REVIEW: Thirdbird’s The whole time in the meanwhile

by Kat Richter for The Dance Journal Part thought-provoking Panopticon, part self-indulgent foible, Thirdbird’s The whole time in the meanwhile, conceived and directed by 2012 Pew Fellow Meg Foley, painted an unexpected picture upon the blank canvas of Christ Church […]

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Thirdbird to present The whole time in the meanwhile

Thirdbird to present The whole time in the meanwhile

The whole time in the meanwhile. conceived by Meg Foley in collaboration with Chris Forsyth and Lenore Doxsee Thirdbird will be presenting Meg Foley’s “The whole time in the meanwhile”, a twilight hour performance installation that uses the changing mood […]

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Dance labs and academic vamping

Dance labs and academic vamping

REVIEW: Philadelphia Dances (Selected works) Arts Bank, June 16, 2012 by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Photos by Bill Hebert The choreographers who presented work in Philadelphia Dances at the Arts Bank, are all dynamic in their own right […]

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New Performance Series Launches at Studio 34 This Spring – JUXTaPOSE

New Performance Series Launches at Studio 34 This Spring – JUXTaPOSE

On April 14, 2012 at 7:30PM, Studio 34 will present JUXTaPOSE as a part of its Second Saturdays Series. JUXTaPOSE is a performance series curated by Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, and produced by James Peniston, the Co-Founder of Studio 34. Picking […]

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THIRDBIRD PRESENTS BLOOM! Dance Collective plus four all new dance and music collaborations in May

THIRDBIRD PRESENTS BLOOM! Dance Collective plus four all new dance and music collaborations in May

Performances by: Matt Neenan, Meredith Rainey, Meg Foley, Megan Mazarick, Hannah de Keijzer, Michelle Stortz, Chris Colucci, Eugene Lew, Aaron Igler, Chris Powell, Michael Kiley, and Jorge Cousineau. Thirdbird is pleased to present the U.S. debut of Budapest based BLOOM! […]

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Troubles With Awesome: Meg Foley and "8"

Troubles With Awesome: Meg Foley and "8"

Meg Foley uses many techniques when conceiving dances: storyboarding, visualization, real-time improvising, even blocking movement on graph paper.

“Match vs. Match married these things,” Meg says about the dance she’s performing on Tuesday a…

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