Presented in partnership with BOMB Magazine online, Andrew Alexander speaks with Lauri Stallings.
Category Archive ‘Dance’
Dancers take on three new works in a challenging season.
“E” is the latest in an ongoing series of themed performances exploring the various elements of dance by Emory professor Greg Catellier’s six-member professional company Catellier Dance Projects. “Exploring the elements of dance through a series of themed performances” probably sounds about as fascinating to most people as “re-cataloging income tax files with new color-coded [...]
Atlanta’s emerging choreographers create new work for annual showcase
Tanz Farm proved that this anthology of art was both diverse and collective simultaneously.
Despite complications from Hurricane Sandy, gloATL and Goat Farm proved that their new season is here to stay.
Sculptures contemplate the alienation at the heart of human industry with a performance returning Saturday, October 6.
In his welcoming remarks, Wabi Sabi‘s founder John Welker referred to the company’s recent performance at the Atlanta Botanical Garden as a “treasure hunt,” a promise well delivered in the whole feel of the evening. On arrival, visitors received maps of the garden with various locations and performance times marked out on them. There were [...]
Featuring a set composed almost entirely of cardboard, the show continues through Sunday, August 19.
Lauri Stallings shares some insight into the five-part series beginning with a free public performance this Friday, July 6.
Minimal movements dramatize a quiet daily ritual. In this early work-in-progress, the dance choreographer asks for audience input.
Lang’s dancers tell of a provocative story of race, violence, and sisterhood for all women, black and white.
Mother/Mutha debuts three nights at the Goat Farm, 8PM, Thursday-Friday, June 7-9.
Early Friday evening at Atlanta’s Old Fourth Ward Skatepark, it was hard to tell that anything out of the ordinary was about to happen.