NCDF Greensboro Reviews

Dynamic Dance Festival

By Jeannie Ake, The Carolinian

On Thursday the Greensboro Project Space hosted Dance Project Inc’s, NC Dance Festival performances. The program was scheduled from 8:30 to 10 p.m., followed by an after party at the Boxcar Bar + Arcade in downtown Greensboro.

Greensboro Project Space, located downtown at 219 West Lewis Street, is “a contemporary art space created by the school of Art at UNCG. It seeks to make the city of Greensboro a richer place to live through creative, dynamic and collaborative public programming,” according to their website. The building is a convenient walk from a nearby parking lot, situated just off the side of some train tracks. The space offers artists, of all kinds, an intimate setting to share their work with the public as a unique response to the traditional stage arrangement most audience members might be used to.

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NC Dance Festival Breaks the Fourth Wall

By Lauren Barber, Triad City Beat 

Every time the music dialed down, the dancers’ steady breathing filled the auditory void in the Van Dyke Performance Space, the humble, matte-black stage flush with the floor in front of the steep rows of seats, nearly each one filled the night of Nov. 11.

Contemporary dancers and choreographers with the Greensboro-based Dance Project rounded out the North Carolina Dance Festival, a statewide tour, in the Gate City last weekend. The festival taps choreographers from across North Carolina to showcase experimental work.

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