Meg Sarachan – Director Becky Mastin – Choreographer Katie Budris and Kat Richter – Assistant Choreographers Rebecca Elias Abboud – Camera This project was supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the
Peace on Earth Tonight Music and Lyrics by Miranda Dodson http://mirandadodson.wix.com Filmed on location at Arasapha Farm http://www.arasaphafarm.com Directed by Jenn Rose http://iamjennrose.com Vocals by Alex Keiper Guitar and vocals by Amanda Jill Robinson Cello and vocals by Matthew Mastronardi
from Zornitsa Stoyanova A short experimental film – psychedelic and sexy – the female body becomes the other, a monster, an alien, a myth-constantly dividing and eating itself.
Published on Dec 2, 2015 PHILADANCO: X-MAS PHILES Dec 11 – 13 | Perelman Theater “This company is a Philadelphia treasure for a reason: They slayed.” —Philadelphia Weekly Since its founding in 1970, Philadanco has built a legacy by breaking
A short collection of highlights from fidget’s staging of Robert Ashley’s 1998 experimental opera “Dust.” Shot and edited by Byron Karabatsos at the work’s premiere at FringeArts, Philadelphia, April 2015. Director: Megan Bridge Choreographer: Megan Bridge in collaboration with the
A short duet made up of material created by Gina Hoch-Stall and Sara Nye and filmed by Bob Finkelstein. Space: Philadelphia Dance Academy, Music: Jamie xx
Face Da Phlave Dance Education and Theatre is a Hip Hop based dance company out of Philadelphia. Styles upon Styles is the description of how we express ourselves through Hip Hop Dance and its culture. Face Da Phlave has traveled
The pre-professional groups from Pennsylvania Ballet and Philadanco, named PB II and D2 respectively, have teamed up for a one-night-only performance. The up-and-coming dancers will perform works created by local choreographers at “Together We Dance” Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Take a glimpse of the elements and inspiration behind Leah Stein’s choreography for TURBINE – a world premiere composed by Byron Au Yong, commissioned and sung by Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia, and conducted by Alan Harler.