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Bryn Mawr at the Fringe


Michele Tantoco/Jumatatu Poe (Photo: JJ Tiziou)

Each September, The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe present the work of a broad array of performing artists from Philadelphia and around the world. Two concurrent sixteen-day festivals are presented in venues throughout Philadelphia. Philly Fringe is an unfiltered festival, where new and established artists present their work free of a selection process; Philadelphia Live Arts Festival gathers together A collection of the world’s best contemporary performing artists. The 14th annual Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe will take place from September 3 -18, 2010 and several Bryn Mawr dance faculty and alums will be performing:

Alum Michele Tantoco dances in Jumatatu Poe’s
“Unstuck” part of 8 choreographers/8 new works.

Director of Dance, Linda Caruso Haviland, dances in the work of adjunct instructor, Renee Banson in the collective performance Dirty Dozen presented by
The Field/Philadelphia

Adaobi Kanu (Photo: Kimberly Niemela)

Adaobi Kanu (Photo: Kimberly Niemela)

Alum Adaobi Kanu directs and choreographs
“Changing Places”

Instructor, David Brick and his co-directors of Headlong Dance Company is featured in the film No one Else could Love you More which documents the making of the company’s latest work, More

Adjunct instructor Jamey Long-Rislin will be dancing in Celebrating the Beginning…. Finding the Purpose! With Danse4Nia Repertory Ensemble

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