We had a very interesting show on Friday, one of my favorite performances was a solo by Christina Belsinky called “Behavioral”
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Friday, May 3 I May Third Life Studio Choreographer Series Great dance is an intimate expression of a dancer’s inner world. It’s a peak into mind, body and spirit expressed through physical movement. It is personal. And if done well, it connects to the audience in deep and meaningful ways.
Kelley Donovan & Dancers create dance that investigates the internal world of transformation and expresses the intimate self through movement— ranging from soft fluidity to athletic physicality. Exploring the gray area between the extremes of purely classical modern dance and theatrical narrative, this expression is rich with imagery, visceral connection and a transformative spirit.
and briefly mentioned by the Somerville Scout
Third Life Choreographer Series 8 p.m. $15 early / $20 at door. Third Life Studio, 33 Union Sq. The brainchild of veteran dancer Kelley Donovan, the Choreographer Series at Third Life Studio is the only regular happening of its kind in the Boston area: a monthly evening in which choreographers from all across the city come together to meet each other and display their work. Featuring such diverse talents as the Billy & Bobby McLain (aka the Wondertwins), classical Indian dancer Aparna Keshaviah and brazen modern-dance oddball Christina Belinsky, along with Donovan herself, this month’s showcase has something for everyone, and should be a blast even for newcomers to the dance world.