celebrating the beauty of classical ballet
of powerful dancers master the scope of the repertory of neoclassical works by Kate Thomas.
exploring the discipline, creating compelling theatrical experiences.
in the news
“…Intelligent and packed with technical challenges for their skillful performers.”
–New York Times
“…Swept about as if driving by a cool breeze. The arm and torso movements…had the freedom associated with the great modern-dance pioneer Isadora Duncan. Yet feet moved classically on pointe.”
-New York Times
“…Movements and shapes were thought through and exploited in both conception and execution. Sculptures were interesting and evocative, especially when all three bodies were used together, whether at one point in space or across the stage area.”
“Strongest emotional connection of the programme came from Kate Thomas who fashioned a very moving work, APPALACHAIN SUITES, using music of Mark O’Connor.”
–Oberon’s Grove 2008
92 ST Y: DIG DANCE: MOVING FORWARD: WOMEN CHOREOGRAPHERS
A assemblage of female ballet choreographers in The 92 St Y's, "Moving Forward: Women Ballet Choreographers East and West.