Savion Glover is more than a tap dancer. He is a musician. And his instruments are his two feet. Continue reading “Review: Savion Glover”
The overall tone of this musical is lighthearted, but the essence of the story runs deep. Continue reading “Review: Virginia Musical Theatre’s “Oklahoma!””
This show is an absolute must-see.
It is one of the most amazing dance productions I have ever seen. Ever. The costumes, the lights, the music, the kicks, the turns, the lifts–I think I may have to go back and see it again. Continue reading “Interview and Review: Burn the Floor”
What is art, exactly? Continue reading “Review: Moving Art, Dance and Art Unite”
Music is so powerful. Continue reading “Review: GSA Winter Concert”
The dancers in Philadanco, a contemporary dance company from Philadelphia, have amazing talent.
They all have impeccable training, gorgeous balletic lines, acrobatic strength, and flexibility… but the company’s show at Willett Hall had some elements that were quite unexpected. Continue reading “Review: Philadanco”
“I use all sorts of gestures as driving elements to get closer to the truth … using the language of movement, the expression of one’s inner self.”
– Miguel Iglesias Ferrer, Director of Danza Contemporanea de Cuba. Continue reading “Review: Danza Contemporanea de Cuba”
Intertwined. Interwoven. Interlaced.
Around shoulders; through legs; over heads; around backs; draped across abdomens. Continue reading “Review: Elisa Monte Dance”