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Doug Elkins & Friends’ Fräulein Maria comes to Annenberg

Doug Elkins & Friends’ Fräulein Maria, a belly-laughing gender-bending full-length sendup of The Sound of Music, makes its Philadelphia premiere November 12-14 on the Dance Celebration Series, Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, 3680 Walnut […]

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Melanie Stewart takes on Jekyll and Hyde

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 […]

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Blind Faith

By Geoffrey Partridge for The Dance Journal SHARP Dance Company is more than modern dance; it is a vision of multi-media infused explorations into the beauties and cruelties of this life utilizing movement as a […]

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Bharatanatyam style with Alarmel Valli

Alarmel Valli is an internationally acclaimed Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer whose work reveals the infinite spaces within the traditional form.  In her choreography,  she draws on her knowledge of music and the rich vocabulary of […]

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Dancing at a more than 300 year-old historical site

Leah Stein Dance Company (LSDC) will perform Mill Tones, a new site-specific work at Historic RittenhouseTown, a more than 300 year-old historical site. LSDC is joined by long-time collaborator, percussionist Toshi Makihara, singer Ellen Gerdes, […]

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Action, Advocacy & The Creative Economy

PA’s Budget Impasse Comes to a Close – For Now…

by The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance After months of painful debate, Governor Ed Rendell signed two bills into law late Friday night – one on taxes, and one on spending – that would finally bring […]