Call it dogged. Or determined. Passionate and tenacious. Megan Flynn's company of fully-embodied, physically articulate dancers present solos, duets and small group works that engage the audience in an age-old debate of nature versus nurture: Aren’t we all a little bit stubborn sometimes?
Conwell Dance Theater
1801 N. Broad St, Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, September 24th 7:30pm
Sunday, Septebmer 25th 3:00pm
MFDC, comprised of seasoned artists from Philly and NYC, strives to present contemporary dance works exploring authenticity and celebrating vulnerability. Following the premiere of “Dances with Socks” in the 2015 Philly Fringe, critics recognized Flynn for her “disciplined craftwomanship” and “expansive, full-bodied dancing” (The Dance Journal, 2015), and MFDC performances as “a marley full of magnificent dancing, reminding us that art strengthens community” (The Dance Journal, 2016). In this work, Flynn and her “stellar group of collaborators” (Broad Street Review, 2015) examine stubbornness and how it shapes individuals and relationships. The show will feature original music by Alan Terricciano.