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Company Concentric’s Play On is not just fun and games, but a performance that explores serious contemporary concerns through the lens of play, writes our contributor Eirini Diamantouli.
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Shirley Ahura reflects on the physical and social pressures placed on today’s dancers after seeing Christina Dionysopoulou’s exceptional piece, Catch 28, at The Place.
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In her review, Shirley Ahura captures the high energy of Joshua Nash’s unparalleled duet, Blacklist, performed as part of The Place’s Festival of New Choreography, Resolution 2019.
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