Posts Tagged ‘Company E’

Kennedy Center, Performing Arts Society Announce Annual Dance Prizes

The Kennedy Center announced the 2012 recipients of its Local Dance Commissioning Project earlier this month, but the news didn't seem to travel very far; I couldn’t find the announcement on the Kennedy Center’s website, and only received a press release about it this week.
But it’s nonetheless worth noting. This year’s winners are Company E [...]

Arts Roundup: Who Are You Wearing? Edition

Company E's debut dance performance: so-so. [WaPo]
Philip Kennicott rounds up some of his recent clips, is still bummed you can't find them on the WaPo website. [Kennicott]
Ned Martel observes the Oscar red carpet, interviews himself. [The Style Blog]
Dear Freer: Blog more! [D.C. Docent]
Noon:30 and Priests perform at Comet [City Desk]
This weekend on Arts Desk: Gn'R! [...]

Don’t Be Bored: Citizen of the Universe

Carl Craig, native of Detroit, is a citizen of the universe. Through his uncountable aliases and projects, the producer and DJ has taught millions what Detroit techno is about, and how much farther it can go. Still, amid all that bridge-building, he also burned a couple. Planet E, his 20-year-old label, is hinged on Craig’s [...]

The Company Man: Paul Emerson’s Company E Makes Its Debut

Photo Slideshow: Dance Rehearsal, Company E

The last time Paul Gordon Emerson ran a professional dance company in D.C., it was supposed to be too savvy to fail.
CityDance Ensemble frequently earned high marks from local critics, but what really set the eight-person contemporary dance company apart was its connections: a partnership with North Bethesda’s Strathmore arts center [...]