Costuming and Re-Orchestration of the Carpathian Dances

Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble represents Ukrainian culture through dance by drawing on various classical, contemporary, and folkloric styles. This grant supported the creation of new costumes and the re-orchestration of music for the company’s Carpathian dances, which enhanced the artistic production capacity of the company.

Two Center-funded performance projects presented by FringeArts at the 2015 Fringe Festival—Available Light and After the Rehearsal/Persona—have gained positive reviews in The New York Times.

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People’s Light & Theatre Company’s project brought six playwrights from across the country to the theater’s campus to develop new work inspired by the region’s diverse communities.

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An urban performing arts center on the campus of the University of Pennsylvania, the Annenberg Center presents touring theater, jazz, and world music.

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Winner of two ASCAP Awards for Adventurous Programming, the Crossing is a professional contemporary chamber choir conducted by Donald Nally.

The White Box Residencies invited outside artists to creatively explore and interact with the Center’s physical space.

Bryn Mawr College presents two performances of Trisha Brown’s pioneering Early Works, created between 1968 and 1975, blurring the boundaries between performance and visual art.

Questions of Practice

We speak to postmodern dance pioneer Anna Halprin about her introduction to dance, various turning points in her artistic career, and the importance of creating dance that responds to pressing social and political issues.

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The Kimmel Center, Inc., best known as a presenting organization and home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Opera Philadelphia, and the Pennsylvania Ballet, is one of the most well-attended cultural venues in Philadelphia.

Event

A new multimedia dance work by Jungwoong Kim examining the universality of sudden loss and trauma.

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You have to almost exhaust yourself sometimes to let yourself say what it is, or do what it is, in the most honest way.

Gabrielle Revlock and Nicole Bindler star in this dance collaboration about two female artists in a spectacle-driven world.

Choreographer Amanda Miller collaborated with Cheam Shapiro in Takhmao, Cambodia to research the intersection of classical Cambodian dance with her western classical ballet training.