Kyle “JustSole” Clark is a dancer and choreographer with expertise in hip-hop and street dance. The founder and artistic director of Just Sole Street Dance Theater, Clark studied ballet, modern dance, and jazz at The University of the Arts and with PHILADANCO. He has performed with the Philadelphia-based Eleone Dance Theater, and later joined the renowned hip-hop company Rennie Harris PureMovement as a principal dancer, before serving as rehearsal director. Clark teaches dance at The University of the Arts, Temple University, and Bryn Mawr College, and has taught hip-hop master classes for dance companies and universities around the world, including Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Cairo Opera Ballet Company, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, State University of New York at Oswego, and others. In 2016, Clark received Center support to present The Life of a Just Sole, a project that will bring together some of hip-hop’s most influential pioneers in a dance-theater performance blending street dance techniques with spoken word narration and video.
Eric Jacobsen, a conductor and cellist hailed by The New York Times as “an interpretive dynamo,” has built a reputation for engaging audiences with innovative and collaborative projects. In 2015, Jacobsen served as a Performance LOI panelist.
Theater artists Suli Holum and David Bradley reflect upon the ways disability and difference might be represented, interrogated, and objectified in performance.
A new play by Kira Obolensky demonstrated how family stories are passed on through generations.
Headlong completed a five-month-long research and choreographic project with choreographer Tere O’Connor.
This month, Center-funded projects from Silvana Cardell and Anna Drozdowski culminate in live performances and workshops, while FringeArts looks forward to a fall theater presentation by hosting a discussion with Obie Award-winning Belgian theater director Ivo van Hove.
Jan Krzywicki is a composer and a 1996 Pew Fellow.
Dr. Linda Caruso Haviland, associate professor at Bryn Mawr College, is the founder and director of its dance program as well as the chair of the arts program.
Promoting cultural exchanges between Ukrainians and the global community, Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble seeks to represent the country’s culture through dance.
In addition to company productions, Group Motion hosts regular improvisational movement workshops, which allow the public to employ dance as a language of expression.
A live and digital theatrical experience will question the impact of technology on human connectivity as two actors perform their roles on separate continents—one live in a theater and the other projected through a live-streaming video feed.
The PRISM Quartet presents the world premiere of new works composed and performed by Steve Lehman and Rudresh Mahanthappa.
Judd Greenstein is a composer and music presenter based in Brooklyn, NY. He curates the Ecstatic Music Festival, an annual showcase of new collaborative concerts between artists from different musical worlds.