Pittsburgh Post Gazette review: ‘Choreographer Kyle Abraham shows off a formidable stage presence upon return to his native Pittsburgh’

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Panoramic Dance Project to perform the work of CONTRA-TIEMPO

Following a residency that took place last winter, Panoramic Dance Project, NC State’s Academic Dance Company, is performing CONTRA-TIEMPO’s ‘Agua Furiosa’ November 16-17.

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Pittsburgh Courier preview: ‘Pittsburgh choreographer Kyle Abraham to perform at AWC’

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Triblive preview: ‘Celebrated choreographer Kyle Abraham comes home to Pittsburgh’

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Pittsburgh City Paper preview: ‘Kyle Abraham and company return for their first show here in four years.’

‘The last time Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion performed in Pittsburgh, in 2013, the troupe sold out the Byham Theater. Since then, company founder and Pittsburgh native Kyle Abraham has premiered more than a dozen new works for his own company, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, the Martha Graham Dance Company, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago and others. The burning question is, why has it taken four years to bring back one of the city’s most celebrated native sons?’

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An interview of AIM dancer, Tamisha Guy, while teaching at the Bienal de Danza Cali in Colombia

Pittsburgh Post Gazette preview: ‘Lincoln-Larimer native Kyle Abraham returns to his roots with Pittsburgh Dance Council show’

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images of Bereishit’s new work, ‘Gyeong-In’

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Evening Standard Preview / Kyle Abraham/Abraham.In.Motion’s upcoming performances at Sadler’s Wells

From Kyle: ‘So happy to have this 2-page interview with Lyndsey Winship in The Standard!!!!….I just wish the editors picked a headline that reflected the interview…this headline is taken out of context with regards to a conversation about being a young dancer and being told that I was such an “Ailey dancer” because I was black…not because I moved with a certain “Ailey aesthetic”‘

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Picture this Post review of Reggie Wilson’s CITIZEN Chicago performances

‘ […] the performance hits its peak when all five dancers- three black male dancers, and two women, one white and another Asian woman, move in unison to show us how they both build community while never once touching one another.’ Read the full review here.