Photo: Edgar Anido
Community of Women
A scope which ranges from myth to the colloquial present.
Photo: Lydia Kincaid
This satire takes a step closer to horror, too uncomfortable to unwind in front of at 10pm.
Photo: Anne Van Aerschot
Notes on A Love Supreme
The dancers play the bass notes abstractly in the air: the invisible substance becomes thick with gesture.
Photo: Foto Robisco
Call Me #PUNK
Joy, rage, freedom, and chains in nora chipaumire's latest dance.
Photo: KJ Surkan
Art as Remedy in “Urgent Care: A Social Care Experience”
The museum is full of color and life, each room a reminder of the resilience and creativity of black women and girls.
Photo: Whitney Weinstein
Shaken, Stirred, and Aroused
Burlesque is a late-night cocktail of athleticism, shaken with tease and plot.
Photo: Joan Marcus
Aren’t We All Rosie?
How much of Silverman was in Really Rosie?
Photo: Courtesy of the artist
Dance's Past: Time is Running Out
Constrained by our forever running out of time ... time to make sense of life before it lands irrevocably in the past tense.
Lynn Matluck Brooks
Photo: Maseeh Ganjali
Once we meet, we’re family: An Asia Pacific Dance Diary
How do we watch performance from different cultures? What can we learn?
Photo: Mark Simpson
Memory, Identity, Fragmented Masculinity
In the realm of MEN--Olivier Tarpaga's dazzling work.
Photo: Prisca Briquet
Belén Maya’s Romnia—A Searing Homage to Romany Women
Maya roots her portrayal of Roma women in an ancient past.
Photo: Bruce Hooke
A Cool Cushion Between Realities
It felt exactly right that a choreographer should be the one to lead this discovery of virtual reality's promise.
Write Back Atchas - spring 2017
thINKingDANCE will host three free post-performance “write-back” events after performances in Philadelphia this spring. A Write Back Atcha is a post-show…
THANK YOU to Our Hatchfund Campaign Donors!
Erinn Liebhard, Daniele Strawmyre, Medha Sengupta, Lynn Brooks, Neil Greenberg, Judith Robison, Greg Meiring, Megan Mizanty, Ashley Lippolis,…
Credit Where Credit is Due - a Letter to the Editor (of The New Yorker)
Joan Acocella, whose writing on tap master Savion Glover in The New Yorker has impressed me greatly, recently published this review of a new history of…
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.
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