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David Neumann's 'Distances Smaller Than This Are Not Confirmed' reviewed by Dan O'Neil of culturebot
New York Times reviews David Neumann's 'Distances Smaller Than This Are Not Confirmed'
MANCC artists named resident choreographers at Princeton’s Lewis Center for the Arts.
Jumatatu Poe, Big Dance Theater
Eva Yaa Asantewaa takes what she’s learned from a career in writing and puts it on the dance stage.
MANCC Forward Dialogues
MANCC Artists Nominated for Prestigious “Bessie” Awards
MANCC Announces Partnership with the New York Dance and Performance “Bessie” Awards
TimeOut London categorizes “Bronx Gothic” London premiere as “loud and visceral and overwhelming and quite magical.”
Congratulations to MANCC artist Camille Brown for her Tony Award nomination for Best Choreography for her work on Choir Boy.
Camille A. Brown
"Bronx Gothic" London premiere described as "an astounding piece of theatre" by theartsdesk.com.
“Bronx Gothic” described as “mesmeric” and “extraordinary” by What’s On Stage.
“Bronx Gothic” is described as a work that “imagines women taking space and giving voice” by The Guardian’s Alexis Soloski.
Fight or Flight: A Review of Escapes & Reversals at Unity Lutheran Church
Camille A. Brown's "ink", reviewed by The New York Times' Siobhan Burke, as a NYT Critic's Pick.
The Chicago Tribune calls the visual atmosphere of Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy's "Written in Water" intoxicating.
Ranee and Aparna Ramaswamy
Rosy Simas’ “Weave” reviewed by Star Tribune
Rosy Simas describes “Weave” as “an invitation to inclusiveness” in an interview with Star Tribune
Vice regards Alice Sheppard’s “DESCENT” as part of a “radical shift now happening in the field of disability arts”
alice sheppard / kinetic light
Neil Greenberg's "To the Things Themselves!" creates a "world that's difficult to explain but easy to enjoy" says the New York Times.
“To the Things Themselves!” presents “a series of moments to get lost in,” says The New York Times
Alice Sheppard’s “DESCENT” reviewed by the Times Union
Fires of Lost Homes
The O'Shaughnessy, MN
Edisa Weeks hosts Roots Party and work-in-progress showing
Edisa Weeks / DELIRIOUS Dances
What Production Company, George Clinton’s Recording Studio, assists in ELECTROGYNOUS Research
d. Sabela grimes
FSU dance students work with Chipaumire in development of portrait of myself as my father
Entrypoints, Nora Chipaumire
FSU School of Dance Master's student participates in choreographic laboratory
axis dance company
Ananya Chatterjea, Alexandra Eady, Lizzette Chapa, and Kealoha Alex Ferreira in residency for Fires of Lost Homes in 2020.
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