Pew Fellow and choreographer Kate Watson-Wallace created Store, the third installment of a trilogy of site-specific dance works performed in everyday spaces. Store was preceded by House, performed in a row home, and Car, in which the audience viewed the performance as passengers in a car. Performed inside an abandoned megastore, Store addressed concerns of how and why we buy, chronicling the “inner life of the American consumer,” according to Watson-Wallace. Watson-Wallace was joined on stage by Makoto Hirano, Jaamil Kosoko, Lorin Lyle, John Luna, and Heather Murphy. Following its Philadelphia premiere, the work traveled to the Kelly Strayhorn Theater in Pittsburgh.
Carol Antrom is a musician and a 1999 Pew Fellow.
Two Center-funded theater pieces premiere on Philadelphia stages in May, from Thaddeus Phillips and Pig Iron Theatre Company, both at FringeArts.
Gil Boggs is artistic director of the Colorado Ballet. Previously, he was a member of the American Ballet Theatre for 17 years.
Established in 2004, Jazz Bridge is a hybrid nonprofit organization joining performance presentation with professional support services for regional jazz and blues artists.
Gabrielle Revlock will developed a new dance-theater work with past collaborator Nicole Bindler that explored the nature of creative collaboration, as well as themes of gender, competition, and spectacle.
Nichole Canuso’s TAKES, which traveled to the 3LD Art & Technology Center in New York City after its Philadelphia premiere, was covered in an article by the New York Times.
Built on a foundation of public dialogue and interaction, the Re-Place-ing Philadelphia project used art as a lens for viewing the city and its history.
Linda Cordell is a visual artist and a 2003 Pew Fellow.
Kim Whitener is the Producing Director at HERE in New York, where she works in partnership with Artistic Director Kristin Marting to curate and produce HERE’s performance programs and activities. She also served as the Center’s panel chair in theater in 2013 and as a Performance LOI panelist in 2014 and 2015.
Choreographers Reggie Wilson and Faustin Linyekula discuss the role of “place” in their artistic practices.
Founded in Philadelphia in 1980, Piffaro performs 15th- through 17th-century music.
The Philadelphia Chapter of the American Composers Forum held a residency with bassoonist Pascal Gallois, featuring a series of master classes and performances.