A Different Kind of Viewing: Susan Rethorst’s “Day of Dance”
I think of all the places I have lived...Do I ever fully take stock, record to memory, carry their traces and leave mine behind?
March 12, 2013
There is a Season: Eleone's Carols in Color
Carols in Color reminds of the beauty of miracles, the comfort of faith, that prayer can take many forms.
January 7, 2013
Anarchic Harmony: Cage's Song Books
What if the creator’s role was to release into the world a never-ending set of possibilities, whose lives would surely outlive that of their originator?
October 26, 2012
RUB(bing me the wrong way)
One song in the evening’s soundtrack plugged “the more you drink, the better we look,” but honestly, these girls didn’t need any help here...
September 8, 2012
Poverty Amidst Plenty for Philadelphia's Dance Adjuncts
The nation's "dance capital" abounds in creative opportunity, but local performers working as adjuncts are destined to scrape by for years to come.
August 16, 2012
Tango, Day and Night, Night and Day: 2nd Philadelphia Tango Festival
Four days of dancing in Northern Liberties, through the eyes of a local tango dancer.
June 14, 2012
Real life or fantasy? An afternoon at thefidget space
A white chamber pulsed with sound, hexagonal honeycombs of light floated on the walls, and women in white performed tasks and dances.
May 4, 2012