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2015 Lansburgh Theatre Season

Our 2015 Lansburgh Theatre Season was a hit, and the power continues to linger! See what the critics had to say about our time at the Lansburgh…

Carmel Morgan of criticaldance.org revered the structured improv as one of the most entertaining moments of the whole performance…

“Nowhere was this artistic collaboration more evident than in SI-3 and SI-6, a structured improvisation conceived by Coburn, and easily the most enjoyable work of the evening. The structure of the improvisation was posted backstage just prior to the performance, and the musicians were given a score they had never played together. That makes what takes place a spontaneous premiere; and it was a real audience-pleasing treat.”

George Jackson of Danceview Times spoke highly of our dancers…

“The women – Francesca Dugarte, Morgann Rose and Luz San Miguel – dance with dedication and are technically attuned. Dugarte, especially, has a fascinating drive. The men – Jacob Bush, Davit Hovhannisyan, Gian Carlo Perez and Luis R. Torres ….had a group tenaciousness that some choreographer ought to explore.”

Sarah Kaufman of the Washington Post was a fan of the improv; it’s spontaneity and lightheartedness…

“Then the cast turned on the musicians. One of the ballerinas scooted on her back between the music stands and waved up to a violinist. The Gershwin was gentle and warm, and the dancers became our new best friends with their sweet inclusiveness. Wit and spontaneity won the night.”

Full Washington Post Article….

Washington Post Feature on CDP

2015 Lansburgh Theatre Season

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Our 2015 Lansburgh Theatre Season was a hit, and the power continues to linger! See what the critics had to say about our time at the Lansburgh… Carmel Morgan of criticaldance.org revered the structured improv as one of the most entertaining moments of the whole performance… “Nowhere was this artistic collaboration more evident than in SI-3 and SI-6, a structured improvisation conceived by Coburn, and easily the most →