A spinal injury led Joanna Furnans to an autobiographical solo dance exploring the minute.
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The Process v. Product Festival demystifies the art of choreography
For two weekends, dancers, poets, curators, visual artists, and ecologists will gather at Columbia College to talk about movement.
Molly Shanahan speaks from the gut in Blackbird’s Ventriloquy
The dancer-choreographer’s latest solo work is fraught with duality.
Pivoting toward the Pivot Multi-Arts Festival
The Pivot Multi-Arts Festival debuts on the north side.
The Dance COLEctive under pressure
Margi Cole’s the Dance COLEctive performs in “Free/Bound” at Stage 773.
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Molly Shanahan premieres The Delicate Hour at the Dance Center of Columbia College
Molly Shanahan/Mad Shak
The rounded shapes and rolling motions of Molly Shanahan’s new solo piece, My Name Is a Blackbird, remind me of Merce Cunningham—though they bear no resemblance to his spiky, tense forms. Both choreographers create a dreamy, trancelike state, allowing the viewer to zone in and out of the performance, switching between focused perception and meditation. […]
Around Town: A surgeon speaks, Shanahan dances, and more
A surgeon speaks, Shanahan dances, and more.