The Barnes Foundation presents dancer/choreographer Gabrielle Revlock’s newest work, SEX TAPE on February 16, 2019, as part of their $10 Artist Bash series. SEX TAPE is Part 2 in a longer work entitled Manifesto, about […]
by Lewis J. Whittington for The Dance Journal A trip to the Asian Arts Initiative gallery and performance space on Vine St. is always a reminder that multi-culturalism in the arts is a vital aspect […]
On September 9th and 10th FringeArts and Drexel University’s Westphal College will present Levée des conflits, a dance in the round from world-renowned choreographer and dancer Boris Charmatz, as part of the 2016 Fringe Festival. Beginning September 7th, Westphal is hosting a series of lectures and workshops—professional and community—around the performances as part of a…
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by Chelsey Hamilton for The Dance Journal In the versatile theater space of the Fringe Arts venue, the audience filed into their seats as Aleksandr Frolov silently lay on the floor of the stage, completely […]
“I think the intimacy comes from having to be really attuned to each other. I can’t space out or go off on my own. I’m constantly thinking about where he is and what he’s doing and how he might respond. There is an alertness.” This weekend, March 24–26, Gabrielle Revlock brings her new dance work…
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by FringeArts Communications Intern, Hugh Wilikofsky The post Winter at FringeArts lights up the waterfront appeared first on Fringe Arts. As we gear up for our first show of 2016, we at FringeArts simply cannot […]
On Monday, April 7 at 7pm, Gabrielle Revlock and Nicole Bindler will unleash The Dance Apocalypse at FringeArts. Part of the FringeArts Scratch Night series, it’s a free show! (But you need to RSVP.) They describe it as “a genre-defying creative collaboration about two female artists in a spectacle-driven world” and a “heart wrenching end-of-the-world… Read more » […]
by Lewis Whittington for The Dance Journal When Mikhail Baryshnikov staged restorations of the Judson Church dance collective to Philly ten years ago, a chunk of the audience stick around for the whole performance. The […]