From the Studio: in Cyborg Ballet, Technique Meets Technology
The balletic body is often held up as an image of machinic perfection.
October 24, 2012
Revealing Neighborhood Mysteries and Artistries
Lea Bostick, vetted for "This Town is a Mystery," was asked by Andrew Simonet if her family members were shy. She said, “Shy was the only gene they didn’t have.”
September 18, 2012
Camden, My Love
A crossroads of myth, memory, exile and archetypal meaning-making... Volcano invited us to consider that there’s more to reality than we think we know, that nothing need be only as it seems.
September 16, 2012
Our House, In The Middle Of The Street
Headlong and the Aryadareis created a “third space” that honors both performers and guests as fully human and undoubtedly welcome.
September 14, 2012
Down and Dirty, Like Accidents and Relationships
This year's theme for Philadelphia’s SoLow Festival is "Down and Dirty." This no-frills performance festival could not have found a better city to inhabit.
July 3, 2012
In 1993, When We Felt Free
Two decades and 40 dances into their career, the darlings of Philly’s theatrical dance world in the 1990s and 2000s have arrived at a point of mid-life reflection.
May 9, 2012
Bittersweet Desire: K. Elizabeth Stevens Works With Headlong
Headlong returns to making and performing in a work together. K. Elizabeth Stevens directs this work, Desire, but confesses: "I've never made a dance before.”
April 30, 2012
Moving Pictures: Cardell Dance Theater’s ‘Excerpts’
In "Ciudad Evita," Silvana Cardell’s knack for crafting a story and the dancers’ commitment to their characters bring the images to life.
March 22, 2012