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Its Time for Isadora!

Movement Arts Atlanta’s major project, A Time with Isadora, will present its major presentation later this month! This evening will be on Thursday, September 29, 2022 at The Trolley Barn at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $25 and available here.

You are invited to a salon style evening of performance and conversation exploring how one artist influences many with the performance of historic reconstructions by Isadora Duncan, and José Limón and new works by Atlanta choreographers Carolyn Stine McLaughlin of Movement Arts Atlanta, Douglas Scott of Full Radius Dance and George Staib of Staib Dance.

The project has received attention from the community. It is featured as one of the four selection for the Fall Arts Preview in the Atlanta Journal Constitution in Cynthia Perry’s piece, Fall Arts Preview: new and classic works reflect rigor and inquiry. At the middle of the month, Amanda Sieradzki of ArtsATL will publish a preview of the evening. She wrote a wonderful preview of the Inman Park Dance Festival in April which included information about A Time with Isadora being part of the program with three dances from José Limón’s Dances for Isadora.

We hope the community will join MAA for it first major project presentation!


Free Dance Performances – April 29 & 30

Atlanta Ballet Center Performers

As part of the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes, Movement Arts Director, Carolyn Stine McLaughlin, manages the Inman Park Dance Festival. This is a free admission dance performance that presents pre-professional and professional dance companies from the Atlanta area and the State. The companies present works from the dance vocabularies of classical ballet and modern dance.

The performances are on Saturday, April 29 and Sunday, April 30 at 4:0 pm and will take place in The Trolley Barn, 963 Edgewood Avenue NE, 30307. The performance are free, family friendly and last for just over an hour.

For the 2017 performances four companies will be presenting. They are Atlanta Ballet Centre Theatre, Ballethnic, Emory Department of Movement Studies, Full Radius Dance and the Georgia Ballet.

This is a great event to see several of the significant assets which are part of Atlanta’s recigh dance community.