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My View: “Wallpapers” by Evan O’Sullivan

I am not versed in dance theory or history, and so when I see a dance performance, the only basis I have for a response is my visceral experience— did I feel the performers connected with me and held my … Continue reading My View: “Wallpapers” by Evan O’Sullivan

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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

CORE Performance Company presents: SECRET at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

I found myself a fully engaged part of SECRET’s performance space. Not in a hard brick and mortar sort of way, but as a fluid, transient suggestion that softly defined the parameters in which the performers were confined. Continue reading CORE Performance Company presents: SECRET at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center 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

Off The EDGE: A Celebration of Movement in Atlanta Day 1 by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully

The maiden Off the EDGE voyage began on Fri. 27, 2012. It went well but not without growing pains. The lineup was diverse, interesting and had a little something for everyone. The companies came from NY, Seattle, LA and of course from our humble city. But there were lots of little technical glitches and program snafus that made the evening stutter along. The performances, however, were engaging enough to pull the audience back into the action on the proscenium. Continue reading Off The EDGE: A Celebration of Movement in Atlanta Day 1 by Jennifer Tarrazi-Scully