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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Aflight’

There is no doubt in my mind that Jane Franklin Dance’s Aflight brings something special to Fringe. Usually based in Arlington, this group blends music, dance, and visual art in a way that is not only enjoyable to watch, but flows—it is rare to find a show where these elements work together so well, and […]

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Jane Franklin Dance Opens ‘The Migration Project: live performance art installation’ on Friday, November 4th

The Migration Project: live performance art installation: An immersive visual experience and stories of relocation explore the push and pull of human flight The Migration Project (Push/Pull) Featuring: Jane Franklin Dance: Emily Crews, Carrie Monger, Matthew Rock, Amy Scaringe, Brynna Shank, and Rebecca Weiss. Visual art: Rosemary Feit Covey, Torpedo Factory Art Center. Visual art: Dawn Whitmore, […]

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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Wash Over You’

Get ready for a distinctly American piece of multi-media artistry told in choreography, text and video projections by Artistic Director Jane Franklin of Jane Franklin Dance in Arlington, Va. With music by David Schulman, Eva Schlegel and The Shadows, this dance extravaganza would make Choreographer Martha Graham and Composer Aaron Copland proud, as it is […]

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‘See Between The Lines’ by Jane Franklin Dance at Dance Place

Jane Franklin Dance presented three performance pieces last night at Dance Place: “Incidence,” “Nested, and “Wash Over You, Part 1.” As a whole, they are entitled See Between The Lines. Rooted in movement, but working in collaboration with other media–sculpture, painting, animation, music–each piece sought a provocation. That provocation was decidedly not political or social; […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Niche’

Peer into the trials and tribulations of love, cohabitation, and relationships that is Niche. This  whimsical journey draws in audiences of all kinds whether your bag is music, visual art, dance, or theater. From the very beginning we are invited to take in the abstract and watch its’ meaning unfold, a delightful entrance into watching […]

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