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Stills from the Showcase by Stefanie Diahann Belnavis! Click the link for the picture gallery. Courtesy of http://isitmodern.wix.com/isitmodern

Nora Gibson Performance Project. VESTED SOULS, a minimalist work for four dancers, depicts the elegant struggle of the Everyman in five vignettes. Told through compositional austerity and precise movement, VESTED SOULS is a poetic comment on our passions and ambivalence in an uncertain economic climate. Click the link for the picture gallery. Courtesy of http://isitmodern.wix.com/isitmodern

Nan Jombang at Dance Place, Washington DC, was a Triumph Deluxe of Dance in harmony with Diplomacy, and accented amidst a Divine Din. Click the link for the picture gallery. Courtesy of http://isitmodern.wix.com/isitmodern

Next Reflex Dance Collective's upcoming project! Click the link for the picture gallery. Courtesy of http://isitmodern.wix.com/isitmodern

Teo Castellano’s D-Projects Hip-Hop Theater Festival returns to Dance Place with the DC Premiere of D-Project’s breaking/dubstep dance-theater mash-up Fat Boy. Written and directed by Teo Castellanos, Fat Boy explores ancient rice rituals juxtaposed against hip-hop dance, Jamaican dubstep and spoken-word to explore global themes of scarcity and abundance. Click the link for the picture gallery. Courtesy of http://isitmodern.wix.com/isitmodern

DancEthos performs the works of talented local choreographers Vladimir Angelov, Christopher K. Morgan, Erica Rebollar, Katerina Rodgaard and DancEthos directors Tiffany Haughn and Carolyn Kamrath. The DancEthos repertory is moving, high spirited and performed by an ensemble of 14 dancers with boundless energy and abandonment.

Holly Bass & Jaamil Olawale Kosoko: Double Consciousness at Dance Place. Genre-hopping director/performers Holly Bass (“mesmerizing,” Village Voice) and Jaamil Kosoko (“penetrating,” New York Times) present an evening of new works that defy easy categorization. Saturday, August 4 at 8pm Sunday, August 5 at 7pm