Why Audience Reviews?
Audience Reviews Engage, Invite, and Encourage Interest in DANCE by
* Encouraging potential dance writers and dance advocates
* Providing collectable feedback that can support future arts advocacy and future dance presentation
* Promoting dancers, dance companies, dance presenters
* Their ability to live "forever on the world-wide-web" and their ability to be "shareable" across social media platforms
Audience Reviews Welcome and Nurture New perspectives by
* Opening up the critical conversation
* Inviting audiences into a NEW CONVERSATION where they can feel important and necessary
* Compelling audiences to ( with support) find a vocabulary to describe what they experience when they encounter DANCE and PERFORMANCE
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"Raiz," a Flamenco show directed by Rafael Abolafia
Janis Brenner & Dancers: Spring 2017 Season
MeenMoves presents "alternative (f) Acts"
AZOTH Dance Theatre at New York City Center
Curet Performance Project in "What Works II"
AZOTH Dance Theatre - Emotions, Sensuality and Passion
"What works II" by Curet Performance Project
Kun-Yang Lin and Dancers in "One-Immortal Game" & "Santuario"
Whoops and Screams of Delight - An Evening of Dance by Ballet des Amériques
Jessica Lang Dance at The Prince, Philadelphia
Arch Contemporary Brilliant ! A wildly impressive company.
Review No. II: "What Works II" by Curet Performance Project
"What Works II" by Curet Performance Project
The Vision Thing: An Evening of Dance in Port Chester