Philadanco played to sold-out houses in the Perelman Theater in Philly for their spring concert series in the Easter weekend. Danco is coming off a high profile year with the premiere at the Apollo Theater of Get on the Good ...
The musicians of the Curtis Symphony Orchestracapped off their current performance season in Verizon Hall April 13, with a concert dedicated to Gerry and Marguerite Lenfest, whose visionary philanthropy not only extends to the physical resources at the Curtis Institute, ...
New on the map in Philly is LA dance troupe Bodytraffic, winning over Dance Celebration audiences with a wide sampling of styles. Artistic directors Lillian Rose Barbieto and Tina Frankelman Berkett (who also danced in the ...
In November 2013 choreographer Kun-Yang Lin presented a retrospective concert with excerpts representing Lin’s 20 years as a dancer-choreographer and so far unseen in Philadelphia many featuring different styles by the choreographer. Since Lin and his ...
Rasta Thomas' "Bad Boys of Dance" were back in Philly to an almost sold out crowds at the Annenberg Center, with just enough room left for the dance kids and seniors to cheer lustily. Thomas himself ...
Two nights of dance with the Philadelphia Orchestra
Dec. 31, 2013
Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Tracy Dahl, soprano
Travis and Jaimee Tuft, Joanna Meller, Slawek Roszak, MalachI Osai and Waszkiewicz, dancers
Conductor-composer Bramwell Tovey was such a huge hit conducting the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Christmas concert ...
That rowdy dance troupe from Portland, Oregon known as BodyVox returned to their avid fan base at Dance Celebration in Philadelphia. They performed The Cutting Room an ambitious, erratic multi-media dance satire about movies. It was conceived by ...
“American Dreamer,” “Fibers,” “Profiles” and “Gossamer Gallants”
At 83, choreographer Paul Taylor continues to be legendary in his own time, his company perpetually youthful, even when (as in the case of “American Dreamer,”) the dance is sketchy. He is a longtime favorite at Dance Celebration in Philadelphia, ...
Written by Mike Bartlett
Directed by Deborah Block
Theatre Exile, Philadelphia
Oct. 17 – Nov. 17, 2013
Theatre Exile has a theme this season of plays about the search for identity. It kicks off with Mike Bartlett’s play “Cock,” a scabrous ...
Book by Alfred Uhry
Music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown
Co-conceived by Harold Prince
Directed by Terrence J. Nolen
Production conceived by Jorge Cousineau and Terrence J. Nolen
Arden Theatre Company, Philadelphia
Sept. 26 - Nov. 3, 2013