In a dance scene that’s characterized by a lot of mediocrity, Ed Tyler stood out in Washington. He’d lived in New York for years and had a creative vision for his choreography that was, simply put, far more sophisticated than that of just about anyone else in the area. Gradually, he developed a team of [...]
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Kelly Bond’s performance piece Elephant is running at the Fall Fringe this weekend. She premiered the piece at Capital Fringe this summer and it was enough of a hit that the organizers asked her (and nine others) to show it again in this minifestival.
There’s something cool about the fact that the piece is being recognized [...]