Posted on Tue, Jun. 1, 2010
By Merilyn Jackson
For The Inquirer
In the Philadelphia/Washington D.C. Exchange concert over the weekend, Anne-Marie Mulgrew and Dancers Company joined with D.C.’s Human Landscape Dance, each presenting two works representative of their companies. Both have a reputation for working in site-specific arenas, each well-known for using parks, walls, even city sidewalks to create a mise-en-scene. In this case they brought their works to the Painted Bride stage, with some mixed results.
Alexander Short and Amanda Abrams performed in two Human Landscape works “January Night” and “Closet Dances.”