Photo Credit: ©Stephanie Berger. by Alex Strine for The Dance Journal If you’ve never had the opportunity to attend Andrew’s Video Vault at the Rotunda, I highly recommend the experience. The second Thursday of every month, the program features obscure […]Read more ›
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A little more than a year after the death of noted composer Robert Ashley, FringeArts is presenting a local artist’s exploration of his work. Choreographer Megan Bridge, fidget co-founder, explores the dark, hallucinatory, and the quirky, mundane world of composer […]Read more ›
by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal When Mikhail Baryshnikov staged restorations of the Judson Church dance collective to Philly ten years ago, a chunk of the audience stick around for the whole performance. The walk-outs expected, it seemed, to […]Read more ›
In June 2009, Megan Bridge and her co-collaborator, the composer, designer, and musicologist Peter Price opened thefidget space, a warehouse, research laboratory, and hub for new forms of art, media, and performance in Kensington, Philadelphia. Since 2009, <fidget> has curated and produced 55 different programs ranging from free lectures to experimental dance, music, and theater performances…. Read more »Read more ›
fidget, a platform for the collaborative work of Megan Bridge, choreography and Peter Price, time-based media, will premiere situation:becoming, an evening length quartet performed by Megan Bridge, Zornitsa Stoyanova, Mauri Walton, and Annie Wilson at thefidget space in April and […]Read more ›
Jaamil Olawale Kosoko, Executive Director of the Philadiction Movement and 2011 Fellow at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in DC, is curating a new set of works here in Philadelphia – The Gemini Show: A Cabaret […]Read more ›