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Review: ‘The 33rd Annual Choreographers’ Showcase’ at The Clarice

The 33rd Annual Choreographers’ Showcase presented by The Clarice and The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) and adjudicated by notable choreographers and teachers Zvi Gotheiner and Leah Cox honored the individuality, risk-taking, and theatricality of seven fabulous choreographers. Woodbind. It Courses (excerpt), choreographed by Sarah Beth Oppenheim and performed by Oppenheim and Kate Folsom, […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘We’ve Come to Play’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Who, indeed, has come to play?  Five women in ten choreographic (no less compelling, for being non-cinematic) captures, their bodies conveying emotional captures that, as stated so well in the program, “draw the emotions of the audience into the rhythm and energy of the dance.”  With no small appreciation due […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Persephone’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Usually when someone tells you a Fringe show is different every night, it means “improv showcase” or “audience participation.” Sometimes it means “we didn’t really rehearse.” Not so here. Persephone, the brainchild of Eames Armstrong (director of Aether Art Projects), is literally a different performance each night. And if the […]

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An Interview with ‘The Dancing Rogues’ Hayley Cutler, Sara Herrera-Kopetchny, and Sylvana Christopher by Rick Westerkamp

 The Dancing Rogues: Who are they and what do they have up their creative sleeves? DC-based choreographers Sylvana Christopher, Hayley Cutler, and Sara Herrera-Kopetchny have teamed up and formed The Dancing Rogues. They are presenting their first joint show on Saturday, December 14th at 7:30 pm at Epic Yoga – 1323 Connecticut Avenue, in Washington, DC. […]

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Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Donna Has a Boyfriend: A Collection of Works’ by Hayley Cutler

Donna Has a Boyfriend is a collection of three works from critically acclaimed postmodern dance company darlingdance. The show consists of (The Censoring of) Approximate Location, a controversial piece that premiered at Dance Place in December 2011, a work-in-progress duet tentatively titled And Every Year is Zero, and a trio called Good Riddance Donna that […]

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