Inaugural Launch of Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture’s Anniversary Arts Party


Steven Weisz | Graffito Works
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Hamilton, NJ – Steven Weisz, founder of, has brought numerous dance programs to Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) over the past twelve years. His newest international project, Graffito Works (translated as “little scribbles” of movement) will premiere at the Anniversary Arts Party on June 6, 2015 at 2:00pm at GFS. Continue reading

Graffito Works brings improvisational dance to Shofuso Japanese House and Garden



Steven Weisz | Graffito Works
Tel. 610-587-7313


Philadelphia, PA – Steven Weisz, founder of, 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 present at Shofuso Japanese House and Garden on Sunday, June 14th at 2:00pm. The performance is included with Shofuso admission. Continue reading

Ballet 180 Unites with Composer Leonardo Le San and WRTI Host Jack Moore to Explore the Impact of Technology on the Arts and Humanity


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Ballet 180

Celebrated classical composer Leonardo Le San, WRTI radio host Jack Moore, and Philadelphia MainLine contemporary ballet company Ballet 180 unite for “Hybrid” – a work that challenges our definition of art and technology. Continue reading

Tori Lawrence and Co. Returns to the Barnes


Contact: Eleanor Goudie-Averill
Tori Lawrence + Co.

Tori Lawrence + Co. has been invited to perform a 45-minute site-specific dance & music performance “Holding Place” at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia on Sunday, April 5th (3:30-4:15PM) as part of their First Sundays program. Continue reading

Alchemy Dance Company Reconnects Dance with Shakespeare in Intersect


Contact: Amy Harding
Alchemy Dance Company

On March 13th and 14th, Alchemy Dance Company will return to the Arts Bank at The University of the Arts and reconnect with their roots as a dance theater company with the world premiere of Intersect.

An evening length work divided into two acts, Intersect combines energetic movement, dynamic rhythm, and powerful emotion to transport audiences into a timeless space to which all can relate. Through the raw emotional energy of Alchemy’s dancers, Intersect explores the visceral idea of the Outcast. Set to original music by composer Jonathan Bowles, Alchemy’s character and movement combine reality and illusion creating a reactive space outside of any specific time. Continue reading

Nora Gibson Contemporary Ballet premieres 2^57,885,161 -1 on split bill with choreographer Bryan Koulman


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Choreographer Nora Gibson of Nora Gibson Contemporary Ballet (PHL) presents the premiere of 2^57,885,161 – 1, a half-evening length abstract ballet for four dancers about the beauty and opacity of prime number theory.* Live music and original score by noted electronic composer, Michael McDermott, AKA Mikronesia. Video by Lafayette College mathematics professor, Derek Smith. Gibson is known for her unique and progressive approach to ballet; her work hailed as “authoritative,” “laser-sharp,” and having “intellectual beauty.” (Philadelphia Inquirer)
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Temple University Boyer College of Music and Dance Presents Molly Shanahan/Mad Shak’s “The Delicate Hour” January 23/24 at Conwell Theater


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Choreographer Molly Shanahan’s critically-acclaimed evening-length quartet The Delicate Hour will receive its Philadelphia premiere in Temple University’s Conwell Dance Theater, on Friday and Saturday, January 23 & 24, 2015 at 7:30 PM. Conwell Dance Theater is located on the 5th floor of Conwell Hall at 1801 North Broad Street on Temple’s main campus.
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