Kat J. Sullivan is a dancer, teacher, and writer in the greater Philadelphia area. She has performed with <fidget> and has taught at Temple University. In addition to choreographing and performing her own work, she is interested in ensemble-based improvisational practices. Kat writes and serves on the communications team for thINKingDANCE and writes for Broad Street Review.
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Philly Fringe 2019: Take It Away Dance presents ‘The Destination is the Downbeat’
The time of your life
Take It Away Dance meditates on keeping time and what makes us human through the mediums of tap dance and jazz music. Kat J. Sullivan reviews.
Bryan Koulman Dance Company presents its 2019 Spring Show
Ballet on the beat
Featuring a mixed bill of disparate artists, Bryan Koulman Dance Company grounded its spring show in the classical ballet tradition. Kat J. Sullivan reviews.
Artsi and Pasion y Arte present ‘The Voices of Women in Flamenco’
Welcome to flamenco
Artsi and Pasion y Arte joined forces to present an evening of flamenco fit for Fleisher Art Memorial, combining the old and new in more ways than one. Kat J. Sullivan reviews.
Mira Treatman presents ‘Duets by Strangers’
New shows and duos
For Philly Theatre Week, Mira Treatman offered another round of her ‘Duets by Strangers’ workshop/performance combo. The mixed bill provided an interesting meditation on what two people bring to the table. Kat J. Sullivan reviews.
Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series presents its 2019 ‘Wintry Mix’
All cabaret, little catharsis
The third installment of the 'Wintry Mix' Bryn Mawr College Performing Arts Series brought a varied cast of Philly favorites. Nichole Canuso and friends performed on January 25. Kat J. Sullivan reviews.