Photo: Johanna Austin
No Tights, No Bite
Instead of desperately in love, Romeo reads as an entitled paradigm of toxic masculinity.
Photo: Ian Douglas
Shaking and Shouting at St. Mark’s
Reggie Wilson's work creates a sense of communal solidarity and strength for a complicated future.
Photo: Mascher Space Cooperative
Coalescing in Context: Movement Sound Experiment at Mascher
The patterns and places of synchronicity gave the evening a sense of unity.
Image: Jenn Freeman
In Celebration of the E-newsletter
I'm grateful for attempts to connect that feel substantial and authentic.
Photo: Emma Kohn
Pulsing and Embracing Contact Improvisation in Cuba
With a sense of familiarity and surprise, I feel I’m in Cuba for the first time.
Photo: Lily Kind
UMA Artists in Residence
A review of partnership and performance: "yes, this is she" is quirky, funny, kinetic, kooky. The piece came out of a year-long residency at Urban Movement Arts.
Photo: Peggy Woolsey
What Do You Want To Lose (Now)?
The performers’ camaraderie gives the evening the overall feel of an album rather than a collection of disparate singles.
Photo: Colin Lenton
Laughing as an Act of Resistance: An Interview with James Ijames
I want to crack people open.
Photo: Gilbert Szabó
On DanceAbility: Talking Mixed-Abilities Dance with Connie Vandarakis
DanceAbility is a contemporary improvisation dance practice that is totally inclusive.
Photo: Clint Takeda
Scratch Night Gets A Sonic Boost
Scratch Night: a quality experience, with an audience breathlessly uncertain about what's next.
Photo: Kylie Westerbeck
It’s The End Of A World
What does it mean to stand in the aftermath of a paradigm shift?
Photo: Ada Pinkston
After the Fall
This is one of Peter Redgrave's strongest works to date.
Andrew Sargus Klein
TD & TP: We're Intrigued
It’s more than a rumor that thINKingDANCE (tD) and Theatre Philadelphia (TP) have started seeing each other.
Traditionally, thINKingDANCE only makes…
thINKingDANCE partners with Theatre Philadelphia to expand theater coverage in Philadelphia
What can dance critics tell us about theater?
In a quest to reach new audiences for performing arts in Philadelphia, Theatre Philadelphia and thINKingDANCE…
tD Welcomes Our NEW WRITERS!
Back in November thINKingDANCE brought on a new writer, Thomas Choinacky, and this month, we are bringing on another ten. We are excited to welcome this…
A Bit About Us
thINKingDANCE catalyzes conversation about dance and develops the skills of dance writers in the Philadelphia area. We train and educate our writers through regular workshops with visiting dance writers, monthly peer-critique sessions, and a uniquely rigorous two-tiered editing process. Founded in 2011, we've published nearly nine hundred articles drawing attention to Philadelphia’s robust and diverse dance community. Read more.
thINKingDANCE gratefully acknowledges support from the Philadelphia Cultural Fund and from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.