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40 and Up

Review: ‘Rebollar and Friends: 40 and Up!’

We’ve all heard the cliches about aging: Life begins at 40. You are not getting older, you are getting better. Age is just a number. Once a man, twice a child. The inspiring dance repertoire Rebollar and Friends: 40 and Up!, curated by Artist/Organizer and choreographer Erica Rebollar, shattered those cliches into dust. Featuring 10 […]

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In the Moment: Atlas Intersections Festival 2017: Four Dance Troupes: Company Danzante, Jane Franklin Dance, Gin Dance Company, and Rebollar Dance.

This year’s Atlas Intersections Festival has a theme of “where the art world and the real world intersect. The Festival aims to “engage audiences and artists alike by sparking conversation, deeper connection, and community transformation.” The Atlas Intersection Festival is also a key cross-performing arts incubator for homegrown talents from across the District, Maryland, and Virginia. […]

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In the Moment: ‘Kitchen Sink Fest’ at Dance Place Part 1: An Interview with Ben Levine

This summer’s Kitchen Sink Fest at Dance Place is showcasing a curated, meant-to-provoke on-lookers, dance and theater technical design elements collaboration. From Kitchen Sink Fest producer Ben Levine, I learned that nearly two dozen of “DC’s most daring dance makers will combine the elements of design, technology and dance.” It is meant not to be just […]

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A Preview of RebollarDance’s ‘2077’ Premiering on The Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage on May 17th at 6 PM

RebollarDance, described by Erica Rebollar as “a modern dance collaborative where multi-genre artists can make innovative work,” has cooked up a truly unique evening of offerings for their upcoming Kennedy Center Millennium Stage performance of 2077. Working with dancers Ronya-Lee Anderson, Amanda Blythe, Sam Horning, Katie C. Sopoci Drake, and Adeleye (Daniel) Taiwo, and guest multi-disciplinary […]

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‘In the Moment’ An Interview with Choreographers Erica Rebollar and Helanius J. Wilkins on ‘Everything for the First Time’ at Atlas on 4/11 at 8 PM

The artistry and craft of two masterful choreographers are coming together for a stimulating, one night only performance at the Atlas Performing Arts Center with the tantalizing title, Everything for the First Time. It is to be a glimpse into new ways of seeing movement from DC area artists with new visions for movement. In […]

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Dr. Janaki Rangarajan,

‘The 2013 Dance Connect Commissioning Project Showcase’ at INTERSECTIONS at Atlas by Rick Westerkamp

This past December, Dance Metro DC, a community building and sustaining organization centered on dance, awarded five choreographers (Sarah J. Ewing, Laurel Victoria Gray, Sara Pearson, Dr. Janaki Rangarajan, and Erica Rebollar) with commissioning grants for $1,000. The choreographers applied for this commissioning project to “facilitate the creative process and encourage the development of new […]

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The women of 'Nautical Yards.' Photo courtesy of Force/Collision.

‘The Nautical Yards’ at Force/Collision by Amanda Gunther

A mystical journey awaits you in the waters of Yards Park. Water mythology, wartime, love and loss, all of this is intricately intertwined into the devised site-specific water ballet/theatrical performance The Nautical Yards presented by Force/Collision. A picturesque pond in the park with a bridge and vast rolling hill; a green field leading down to […]

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