DancEthos with Deviated Theatre at Cultural Arts Center

CORNUCOPIA OF INNOVATIVE CHOREOGRAPHY: FROM THE ABSTRACT AND CONTEMPLATIVE TO THE DARING AND WHIMSICAL DancEthos with Deviated Theatre Cultural Arts Center, Montgomery College Silver Spring, Maryland May 22, 2016 By Luella Christopher, Ph.D. In an afternoon of choreography as full and wide-ranging as that of DanceEthos with Deviated Theatre presented recently, it is certainly idiosyncratic […]

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Review the Review : -Roger Catlin’s WP review of Tia Nina at Cap Fringe

Preface: It’s no understatement to say dance garners few reviews in DC. It’s pleasing to see initiatives appearing to help rectify this, but what’s even more unseen is reviews themselves being, well, reviewed! -and before we even get started, let us remember this great quote from Eleanor Roosevelt; Great minds discuss ideas; Average minds discuss […]

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Company E at the John F. Kennedy Center by Luella Christopher

GENERATIONS: POLAND – FOUR GENERATIONS OF DANCE AND MUSIC John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, D.C. March 16-18, 2016 By Luella Christopher, Ph.D. Quirky, somber, provocative and epic. These terms describe, respectively, the four works – “Who Let the Dogs Out?”, “Dirge”, “Didi and Gogo”, and “Air” – presented by Company / […]

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