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Making Art in 2017: Talia Mason on Onion Dances

September 14, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Talia Mason Show in 2017 Festival: Onion Dances FringeArts: Tell us a bit about your show. Talia Mason: Onion Dances is an autobiographical solo examining the role that memories play in shaping one’s past, present, and future. It is is equally interested in how we remember and how we forget our inherited stories. There is dancing, storytelling,…

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Making Art in 2017: Keila Cordova on KITH

September 10, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Keila Cordova Company: 3 Pony Show / keila cordova dances Show in 2017 Festival: KITH Past Festival shows: Linear Default, As Pretty Does, Volcano, My Love, Agnes Falling, Gold, Janet 2.0, Girl “Y” FringeArts: Tell us a bit about your show. Keila Cordova: KITH comes out of my on-going interest in looking at how people connect to each other.  We created…

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Making Art in 2017: Sarah Carr on Mistress of the Maze

September 5, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Sarah Carr Company: WeftWorks Show in 2017 Festival: Mistress of the Maze Past Festival shows: None: this is my first! FringeArts: Tell us about your show. Sarah Carr: Mistress Of the Maze explores the ancient Minoan myths and rituals that inspired the classical Greek tale of Ariadne, Theseus, and the Minotaur. I am an anthropologist as…

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Making Art in 2017: Leah Stein on Interior

August 31, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Leah Stein Company: Leah Stein Dance Company Show in 2017 Festival: Interior Role: Choreographer, Performer Past Festival shows: Portal (2016), Bellows Falls (2015), Splice (2014), Adjacent Spaces (2013), Hoist (2012), Rock Reed Tatami Stream (2011), Japan House Philadelphia (2010). FringeArts: Tell us about your show. Leah Stein: I/we are tackling the balance between personal and global shifts, great loss and the possibility…

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Making Art in 2017: Courtney Hunter on Splintered Glass

August 28, 2017 hugh 0

Name: Courtney Hunter Show in 2017 Festival: Splintered Glass Role: Choreographer, Performer Past Festival shows: This is my first time self-producing and choreographing for the Fringe Festival. For my guest artists, The Blind Faith Dance Company, it will be their third time showcasing in the Fringe Festival. FringeArts: Tell us about your show.  Courtney Hunter: Our show explores the concept of…

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Filipino Folkdance, Contemporary Ballet, and Motherhood: Annielille Gavino Kollman’s HERstory

August 11, 2017 Isa 0

What do you get when you combine modern choreography, folkdance polyrhythms, and a baby? The dances of Annielille Gavino Kollman strive to bring together eastern and western styles, while incorporating many other disciplines, and using a group of dancers diverse in both race and generation. Her newest work, HERstory, is a three-part production that investigates…

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Lovertits: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Annie Wilson

September 17, 2014 Nick Gilewicz 0

“Multiple climaxes, drifting off, getting exciting again, plateau-ing out, calming down, another climax, some snuggling.” In a performance she describes as a “burlesque-postmodern-dance-theater-bad-improv,” Annie Wilson explores our societal views on sex and the real, messy, embodied sex that humans actually have. Lovertits will run at the Ruba Club (416 Green St) from Sept 19 to… […]

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Lew’s Picks for FringeArts 2014

August 19, 2014 Lewis J. Whittington 0

By Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal Disclaimer – my main recommendation is don’t listen to anybody except your own taste and instincts. The subjective nature of preview lists is automatically suspect because I firmly […]

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Things to come at FringeArts

July 24, 2013 Steven Weisz 0

The hot, muggy dog days of Summer are upon us and things have slowed down a bit in the way of dance performances in the region. However, just around the corner is an extremely busy […]