Judson era dance luminary, Deborah Hay, spends a week in residence in Philadelphia, PA. November 6th – 11th, 2012. She will offer a workshop to professional dance artists at Mascher Space Cooperative and student participants from University of the Arts. […]Read more ›
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POD (Point of Departure) served up an awesome show over the weekend “Mixed Drinks” pairing 30 different choreographers with a composer. The extra twists were each choreographer didn’t receive their music till the evening before, had only 2 minutes each […]Read more ›
Point of Departure (POD), a collection of performances from four Philadelphia choreographers premieres at Christ Church Neighborhood House Theatre on October 5-7 and 19-21, 2012. The POD collaborators have designed two programs that highlight the departure points, the individual methods […]Read more ›
The nEW Festival has announced the participants selected for the 2011-2012 Choreographers Program: Jung-Eun Kim, Daniele Strawmyre, Beau Hancock, and Jodi Obeid. These artists were chosen from a pool of 29 applicants for their professionalism and creative potential within the […]Read more ›
Dance-making and trouble-making are more fun with others. Collaborating with professional guest artists, Rowan University students created three unique, movement-driven performances with shared themes that have become one dance production: Making Trouble. Performances are December 9 – 12, 2010; Thursday […]Read more ›
Exploring a new approach to the classic “Jekyll and Hyde” story, Rowan University’s Department of Theatre & Dance brings two internationally-acclaimed theatre artists to campus for an experimentaln and original work, The Last Days of Dr. Jekyll. Performances are November […]Read more ›
by Andrew Zitcer, Live Arts & Fringe Festival Blog Photo by Alan Kolc At Melanie Stewart‘s new show Kill Me Now, you, the audience, will get to decide the fate of aspiring dancers during a live “reality” competition. The stakes […]Read more ›