2/20/2014 Choreographer Jeanne Ruddy, and filmmakers Rodney Whittenberg & Carmella Vassor-Johnson offer a special presentation on archiving dance on film. In this special evening, they share their experience of preserving ten ballets of the repertory of the former Jeanne Ruddy
“Blue” Created and Performed by: Lindsay Browning February 19th & 20th 2014 (6pm & 7pm both evenings) Painted Bride Independence Foundation Gallery for the Visual Arts FREE – no tickets required. paintedbride.org
Philadelphia’s second bi-annual Flamenco Festival will have its two-week run from March 1-16, 2014, boasting a series of lectures, film screenings, master classes and performances by internationally acclaimed contemporary flamenco artists from Spain, Israel and Pastora Galván, and Rosario Toledo.
Published on Jan 9, 2014 Susan Rethorst | Group Motion project 2014 presented by Philadelphia Dance Projects world premiere Jan. 16, 2014 at 8 pm Jan. 17, 2014 at 8 pm Jan. 18, 2014 at 8 pm Jan. 19, 2014
produced by jump.art Filmed on 10/2012 Location – Philadelphia, NYC, NJ Performed, shot & edited by Stephanie Hyland Music by Peter Mckhann and Marlon Cherry More information: jumpart.tumblr.com
Published on Nov 19, 2013 Check out a sneak peek of Matthew Neenan’s THERE I WAS, premiering at BalletX’s Fall Series 2013, Nov. 20-24 at Philadelphia’s The Wilma Theater! Music by Colby Damon. Featured: William Cannon, Colby Damon, Chloe Felesina,
June 13, 2013 CEC- Community Education Center Convergence: Life is a web of communities we share with family, friends, elders and ancestors. With each connection we challenge and grow alongside one another. “Convergence” shines sunlight onto this dewy web so
A short segment from Through the Skin, a new documentary in post-production about Ronen Koresh and life in a modern dance company.
Directed & Choreographed by Jenn Rose Danced by Samantha Shepherd Filmed by Ian Mosley-Duffy & Mike Toland Edited by Jenn Rose “I just want to feel everything. I just want to feel everything. I just want to feel everything.”