OCTOBER 2019 Film Fest by Rogue Dancer: Halloween Edition

Film Fest by Rogue Dancer is proud to announce our OCT 2019 – Halloween Edition On-Line Film Festival.

FREE Screening begins NOW through Nov 3rd, 2019.

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View the short short films from UK, Spain and Brazil amongst the awards in the 2019 DepicT!

Films from UK, Spain and Brazil shared the glory in this year’s Depict – Watershed’s 90 second filmmaking competition – at the recent Encounters Short Film Festival from a shortlist selected from over 1200 entries from 61 different countries. Continue reading View the short short films from UK, Spain and Brazil amongst the awards in the 2019 DepicT!

The Movement In Stillness – “First Breath” by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

“First Breath”, a new exhibition of photography by Travis Magee The Frieda and Roy Furman Gallery Film Society of Lincoln Center Beginning 1.31.15 There are these moments among skilled choreography and seasoned performances where you lose yourself. If you happen … Continue reading The Movement In Stillness – “First Breath” by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Disney’s The Little Mermaid: Taking Upstage To The Extreme by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

What show can pull every redhead in town, under 4 ½ feet tall, out of the woodwork wearing their favorite hues of blue/green sequence? What underwater tale has all the big people singing the 1989 classic music word for word in their seats. Why, The Little Mermaid, of course Continue reading Disney’s The Little Mermaid: Taking Upstage To The Extreme by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

T. Lang: A Woman Searching by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

The tone in this screened in cage was desperate, sad and played with themes of struggle and vulnerability but through it all a feminine strength became apparent. Not only through the athleticism of these prodigious artistic athletes but in an instinctual comradery that naturally exists between woman, especially at times of crisis. Continue reading T. Lang: A Woman Searching by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Travis Magee World Premiere Solo Exhibition “Silo” by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Travis Magee…He has captured the essence of the dance experience in a medium that can be taken out of the theaters, put on a wall and enjoyed every day. Continue reading Travis Magee World Premiere Solo Exhibition “Silo” by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Atlanta Ballet presents: The Man in Black by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

John McFall, the man behind the pointe shoe at Atlanta Ballet, has done it again.  He has brought his company to the dangerous edges of their genre of dance.  To a place where I’m not sure we can still call … Continue reading Atlanta Ballet presents: The Man in Black by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Pilobolus by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Drop the name Pilobolus in a crowd and you’ll find out how cultured (or un-)your friends are.  If you know anything, even peripherally, about real concert dance you will know what these four strange syllabi mean… and if you don’t, you should.  … Continue reading Pilobolus by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

The Trey McIntyre Project by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

You can tell a lot about a company by how they run together. If the steps are out of sync or tentative, the execution of the choreography probably is as well. When The Trey McIntyre Project runs across the stage it is powerful. They have the drive of a pack of wolves and are as precise as a school of fish. The strides aren’t thrown away. They have meaning and are a cohesive act that represents the dancers are united in this experience. Continue reading The Trey McIntyre Project by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

Bridgman/Packer: A Company of Three by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

I have seen video used in dance work before, but never like this. The images aren’t just pretty pictures used as background, taking up space or creating a mood. They are the environment in which the performers exist. The pool of projections is the landscape the performers interact with and the repeated images of the dancers make up an entire company. The illusion is so great that much of the time the audience can’t discern which bodies, or body parts, are physically on stage. Continue reading Bridgman/Packer: A Company of Three by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully