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Structurally Sound

New Street Dance Group + The Radical Sound

Sep 19 2015

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Structurally Sound_New Street Dance Group cropNSDG and new music ensemble The Radical Sound bring you a performance experience that begs the question, “Just what are we made of -and how stable is it, anyway?”  Featuring choreography by Krista Armbruster and Shannon Dooling, re-imaginings of historic music, and a world premiere commission by composer Tomek Regulski.
$15 / 75 minutes


The initial idea for New Street Dance Group was conceived over a glass of boxed wine (bright pink flavor) in the living room of a college house in Center Valley, PA in 2007. Eight years later, we’re no longer drinking pink wine (not often, anyway!), but we are still bringing creative ideas to life through our i1595-526c5eebf3d5d5c39415d307a0702fdbnnovative dance productions. We’ve been mentioned in Philadelphia Weekly for our “dynamism and trademark accessibility” and “provocative staging,” and our work has been described in the Campus Philly blog as “sure to provoke an emotional response.” Our aim is to honor the modern dance tradition while pushing it’s perceived boundaries. Our performances cross disciplines, often incorporating live and original music, spoken word, and design, and we are committed to creating high-quality, accessible work in a variety of venues and for a variety of audiences. We strive to create dance experiences that are at once thought-provoking, challenging, uplifting, and fun for both seasoned dance enthusiasts and general audiences. “Structurally Sound” marks our third FringeArts Neighborhood Festival performance, following 2014’s sold out performance “Another Word For Missing.” We’re thrilled to be partnering with Washington, DC based new music ensemble The Radical Sound as we b1595-2f3a11b34824368a045c1a370c33924cring this original, quirky, and moving performance style to the Port Richmond Neighborhood. NSDG Promo Reel can be found at:

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