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9 April 2021 By Kerry Reid Back in 2019, I interviewed Chicago set designer Arnel Sancianco for a short Reader profile. In the course of our discussion, he mentioned that, while creating a sustainable career as a designer is never easy, he felt that his peers in costume design (a profession that tends to have more women in its […]
07 April 2021 This week on 5.6.7.EIGHT, Aleksandra speaks with Elizabeth Yntema — the President and Founder of the Dance Data Project, which provides helpful resources and studies of the world of dance, all in an effort to inform gender equity and level the playing field. Elizabeth holds a law degree and serves on multiple nonprofit […]
05 April 2021 By Chloe Angyal This spring, the Pennsylvania Ballet’s season will feature precisely zero ballets made by women choreographers. It will feature three separate nights of programming, combining 11 different ballets, all of them made by men, most of whom are white. This programming is, wait for it, a tribute to the company’s […]
24 March 2021 By Elizabeth “Liza” Yntema, For The Inquirer Dance Data Project® Founder & President Liza Yntema wrote an OpEd for The Philadelphia Inquirer about Pennsylvania Ballet’s decision to honor their female founder with a three-program series of works choreographed entirely by men. Read the full piece here.
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