Maria Caruso brings her Celebrated Solo Show ‘Metamorphosis’ to Pittsburgh’s Outer-Burghs

By Joaquim Andrade Maria Caruso has announced the creation of M-Train Production’s Outer-Burgh Tour, a series of FREE pop-up performances on the outskirts of Pittsburgh, inclusive of her first professional performance to date in her home county of Armstrong.   Caruso says, “I have truly been blessed beyond words in my career, and with every major milestone, it is critical that I give back to the community.  It is … Continue reading Maria Caruso brings her Celebrated Solo Show ‘Metamorphosis’ to Pittsburgh’s Outer-Burghs

From Raining Feathers and T.S. Eliot Poetry to Puppetry and Fitzgerald’s Gatsby, Chamber Dance Project’s Latest Production is Must See [PREVIEW]

By Steve Sucato In its 22nd season and ninth in Washington, D.C., Chamber Dance Project is once again branching out in its repertory offerings. With its upcoming production Grace, Grandeur & Gatsby, June 16 – 19 at American University’s Greenberg Theatre in Washington, Artistic Director/Choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning has programmed two unique-for-the-company world premiere works along with the return of three recent repertory favorites and … Continue reading From Raining Feathers and T.S. Eliot Poetry to Puppetry and Fitzgerald’s Gatsby, Chamber Dance Project’s Latest Production is Must See [PREVIEW]

Cincinnati Ballet: Triumphant Bold Moves Festival [REVIEW]

Cincinnati BalletProcter & Gamble Hall at the Aronoff Center for the ArtsPittsburgh, PA May 21, 2022, afternoon and eveningBold Moves Festival Program 1: Petal, Nine Sinatra Songs, Minus 16Program 2: Children of the Passage (Dayton Contemporary Dance Company), Our Story (world premiere), Bolero Steve Sucato for CriticalDance.org For her last production as Cincinnati Ballet’s Artistic Director, Victoria Morgan programmed a mix of tried-and-true repertory favorites along with a new ballet by company dancer … Continue reading Cincinnati Ballet: Triumphant Bold Moves Festival [REVIEW]