Posts Tagged ‘Blythe E. Smith’

States of Matter

Posted September 6th, 2019

September 5 + 6, 2019

An evening of contemporary ballet featuring new work by Laura Katz Rizzo and Blythe E. Smith. Blythe will present eUSa, inspired by the music of Yann Tiersen and Emanation. Laura will present Elemental Frequencies, three dances evoking and embodying the universal elements of air, earth, and fire.

$20 / 90 minutes

Laura Katz Rizzo, Blythe Smith and Bryan Koulman are choreographers working with ballet vocabulary in innovative ways, exploring outer edges of the balletic tradition. Thank you to Temple University Department of Dance for providing space and support.

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2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Feminist Fringe

Posted August 30th, 2019

This year’s Fringe Festival has a variety of shows that put womxn at the forefront. Get to know our 2019 Fringe Festival feminist shows.

A Literal Doll House
This deconstruction of Ibsen’s feminist classic A Doll House features the entire play acted out by a girl playing with literal dolls. Do not be fooled: There is more to this show than meets the eye. A struggle that rings true throughout the ages. This is not a one-woman show. Come and find out why.
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The Women’s Film Festival
The Women’s Film Festival presents an amazing collection of animated films by, for, or about women. Come get a taste of award-winning short films from local and international artists along with a preview of our nine-day festival in March! Bring an open mind with a dusting of imagination! Send submissions to the 2020 festival to bit.ly/ twff2020submissions.
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