Sheetal Ghandi: dancer, vocalist, actress, activist
Sheetal Ghandi’s virtuosity lies in her expert navigation of this multi-disciplinary performance – acting, singing, and dancing, all with equal talent.
April 7, 2013
Brown’s “Audacious Hope”: A Book Review
Gottschild tells the story of both discrimination against and perseverance of black dance pioneers in the 1940s and ’50s
October 10, 2012
Area Scholars at “Dance and the Social City”: SDHS Conference in Philly
The Society of Dance History Scholars conference offered a wealth of material, much of it from area scholars and artists.
June 30, 2012
Cherry Blossoms: Viewing Japanese Dance In Philadelphia
How can kabuki, taiko, and butoh be promoted as evolving contemporary practices with the capacity to provoke our most current and existential questions?
June 1, 2012
Hope in Song: Kun-Yang Lin Reflects
thINKingDANCE writer Ellen Gerdes recently met with choreographer Kun-Yang Lin to discuss his work Beyond the Bones.
March 22, 2012
Notes from a Symposium: in conversation with John Jasperse about sex, gender, and the body
Attentive dance performers and theorists listened and dialogued about too often neglected topics in dance.
February 22, 2012
Oyster communicates at once the hard exterior of staged spectacle and the inner vulnerability of its performers.
February 18, 2012