WEEK 2 WINNER – SOLO BUT NOT ALONE, Online Dance Festival – I put myself in a box now I don’t know how to get out


I put myself in a box now I don’t know how to get out
Performed and Edited by Amalia Colón-Nava

***Winners for $50 cash prize are selected randomly by algorithm from random.org and not based on merit or critique of work.

*** selected by Dance Journal editorial staff

Calm Down
Wangbo Zhu

Breakfast Solos
Nicole Bindler

Tunnel Groove in the Time of Corona
Lily Oglesby

Improvising in Quarantine
Pamela Hetherington

Grounding & Gravitating
Feet Noodling by Jena Rose Barton and Wilson the cat
Nature Noodling by West Philadelphia Neighborhoods
Guitar Noodling by Benjamin Cohen

Benja Newnam
A brief walk (all that is allowed of me during quarantine)

Bird Girl
Annie Fox
Music by Antony and the Johnsons
I am lucky enough to be spending my isolation time at my family farm.
After watching all the birds swooping over the marsh for days, I needed to give it a try myself.

About Steven Weisz

A Graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with advanced degrees in Psychology and Education is an entrepreneur and CEO for several for-profits and non-profit corporations in the region. He is also an adjunct professor of Psychology with several local Universities.

Steven is currently the CEO of Delaware Valley on Line, one of the first regional Internet Service Provides that now focuses on business-class web hosting, design, and internet marketing. He is president and founder of Rainbow Promotions Inc., a special events and entertainment agency established in the late 70’s, that services corporate and retail accounts both locally and nationally.

Steven is the Founder of PhiladelphiaDANCE.org, the largest web presence and resource for the dance community in the greater Philadelphia region, and the Founder and Editor of The Dance Journal. His involvement in the dance community extends to being Director of Graffito Works, an international platform for dancers and performing artists to create site-specific work and to make it readily accessible to the public.

View All Posts