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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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‘Our Place in the Universe’: An Interview with Flying V’s Jason Schlafstein

Founded in 2011, Flying V Theatre strives to inspire people to live life more through theater that unites high concepts and intimate moments. This year, the company was chosen as a NextLOOK artist through a creative partnership between The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center and Joe’s Movement Emporium. Following a weeklong residency at Joe’s, Flying […]

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‘Masquerade’ Returns for One-Night-Only on Wed 9/9 at 8 PM at Joe’s Movement Emporium

Together, we can help save a life! September is Suicide Prevention Month and Community Crisis Services and PFLAG Metro DC are teaming up for the powerful DCMetroTheaterArts ‘Best of 2014’ Multiple Honoree MASQUERADE Back to the stage for One Night Only!! Wednesday, September 9th at 8 PM at Joe’s Movement Emporium  3309 Bunker Hill Road, in Mount […]

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The 32nd Annual Choreographer’s Showcase at The Clarice

The 32nd Annual Choreographer’s Showcase at The Clarice offered up an evening of dance ranging from the outwardly exuberant, to the internally nuanced, and emotions in between. The evening’s choreographers were articulate, both in their messages through movement and their abilities to speak about the works the audience witnessed. The first work on the program, Exuberant […]

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Pointless Theatre Premieres 2 Puppet Spectacles Tomorrow at 7 PM Through Residency with The Clarice and Joe’s Movement Emporium by Emily Schweich

One might think that puppets are just for kids. Not so. Pointless Theatre Company, a D.C. company founded by UMD School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies (TDPS) alumni, blends puppetry, theatre, dance, live music and visual art to create unique onstage spectacles for adult audiences. From October 9th to October 13th, Pointless Theatre is in residence […]

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Danny Gardner, Brent McBeth, and Derek Roland in a pose from their finale tap dance. Photo by Mark Lonergan.

Parallel Exit Physical Comedy Presents ‘Exit Stage Left’ Tomorrow Saturday April 7th

Parallel Exit Physical Comedy Theatre has made an international name for itself while bringing its unique brand of physical comedy to festivals around the world. Following in the footsteps of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, Parallel Exit has created a vaudevillian revue featuring rubber chickens, balancing ladders, clowning, and, oh yes; a balloon-o-phone. There’s even […]

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