The Gallery Artists: May and June Performances

Clockwise from top left: Jessica Gaynor Dance, Indah Walsh Dance Company, Mersiha Mesihovic/CircuitDebris, The Moving Architects Sunday, May 10 Indah Walsh Dance Company – Cheerleaders at a Wedding Tisch Alumni Choreographic Workshop @ NYC Tisch (4th Floor, Studio 2) Admission is free!... Continue Reading >

Upcoming Kinetic Cinema Screening: Remembering Pina

A Screening and Discussion with Susan Osberg Susan Osberg’s current film project, Remembering Pina, is a poetic tribute to the late German choreographer, Pina Bausch, whose theatrical work has been highly influential on generations of choreographers and performers. Adapting her choreography for... Continue Reading >

Pentacle’s Gallery Comes to Boston

Pentacle will be hosting a showcase for five artists from The Gallery roster at Green Street Studios on April 24 and 25 at 8pm in Boston. Participating Companies: Lorraine Chapman The Company (MA) Dorcas Román Dance Theatre (CA) Mersiha Mesihovic/CircuitDebris (NY) The Moving Architects (NY) white... Continue Reading >

Collaborative Success Overseas for David Dorfman Dance

At the invitation of the embassies in Armenia and Turkey, David Dorfman Dance traveled to central Asia to tour Unsettled at the Khachatryan Theater in Yerevan, Armenia and the Zorlu Performance Center in Istanbul, Turkey earlier this week. With State Department funding, DDD was able to reunite with... Continue Reading >

A Second NY Times Review for Nrityagram Dance Ensemble

After receiving a rave review by Alastair Macaulay for their recent performance in India, Nrityagram Dance Ensemble has been recognized stateside for this past weekend’s two-show run at the Temple of Dendur in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  In Monday’s NY Times publication, Robert Seibert... Continue Reading >

RUBBERBANDance Group, David Roussève/REALITY, and Nrityagram Dance Ensemble Recognized in NY Times and Dance Magazine

RUBBERBANDance Group and David Roussève/REALITY were both acknowledged for their notable work in Wendy Perron’s Best and Worst of 2014. Victor Quijada’s Empirical Quotient was listed under “Best New Choreography” of the year, with Ms. Perron citing that the Montreal-based troupe indeed finds success in fusing the genres... Continue Reading >