Skyler’s Then and Now
BalletX urges classically-trained dancers to new heights and depths of nimbly explorative, bold, and compelling shape-shifting.
July 14, 2016
Classical Theatre of Harlem and Elisa Monte Dance: Creating Spaces and Collaborations in Macbeth
Is Shakespeare different when interpreted by the black body?
July 10, 2016
Arrows at Racism in Dance and Beyond: Brenda Dixon Gottschild
On dance, her impact, and racism, "the most glaring, tragic, intransigent issue in every sector of the American landscape."
June 25, 2016
tD Interviews Germaine Ingram on Her Yoruba Diaspora Project
Bringing awareness to the impact of Yoruba, Bantu and Fon traditions on Philadelphia’s cultural landscape.
June 6, 2016
“Quite Visceral and Quite Unusual”: Adrian Heathfield on “Ally”
Janine Antoni, Stephen Petronio and Anna Halprin working in the meeting space between forms.
April 19, 2016
My body, and other questions I had for Annie Wilson
Lovertits wasn’t about the bodies at all. But it was the bodies.
February 25, 2016
Choking on Hope
Sam Tower speaks in long, seamless sentences about developing a fantasy world for performance.
January 29, 2016
Philosophy and Choreography Together in SF
Culturebot's Andy Horwitz on Alva Noë as collaborator/performer with Jess Curtis.
January 21, 2016