Mandy Kimm


Disabled Artist Questions the ‘Good’ Body

One. Two. Three. Four. Motions repeated, counting up to 60, restarting, repeating, repeating. How long will this continue? When will it finally end? These were[…]

Dance Finds Interdisciplinary Expression

Dance-making has deep roots, in the experiences of choreographer and dancer alike. For the four senior dance majors whose choreographic work composed “Threshold” this past[…]

Theatrical Dance Probes Abstract Ideas

A few days before Sola was to be performed at the College Dance Theatre this past weekend, an email from the box office stated that the Friday night show would be an abbreviated version of the full concert.

Dance Spotlight: Faculty Concert

What exactly do professors do when they teach? Are they communicating some aspect of their experience — sharing some of their knowledge or perspective with[…]

Dance Spotlight: Movement Matters

I look around me and so much of what I see is divided into separate categories like academic and extracurricular, useful and useless, justice and[…]

ISO Celebrates Global Cultures

On Saturday, Nov. 15 in Wilson Hall, the Middlebury International Students’ Organization (ISO) brought a splash of cultural celebration to campus with their annual cultural show, this year titled “Crossing Borders.”

Dance Spotlight: Behind-the-Scenes of Flicker

A space for art of all kinds, from spoken word to sculpture to radio pieces to dance, Flicker is the student-created-and- produced showcase for artistic[…]

Hardwig Explores Masculinity

In the intimate setting of the Middlebury College Dance Theatre, artist-in-residence Scotty Hardwig and guest performer Keanu Forrest Brady, accompanied by media operator Michael Ryba,[…]

Collaboration Brings Dynamic Dance

The concert “NC Dances VT” was composed of six works quite distinct in character while still incorporating some common heritage of the choreographers’ experiences in North Carolina and Vermont.

Faculty Members Dance Into Spotlight

This fall semester is a time of transition for Middlebury’s Dance Program, as three new faculty members begin to make their mark while others retire or are on sabbatical.

Senior Dancers Look Inside for Thesis

This past weekend four seniors shared their senior thesis dance works with the College community in their concert “Reconstructed Notions”. Dance majors Hai Do ’14, Rachel Nuñez ’14, Cameron McKinney ’14 and Jill Moshman ’14 choreographed and performed deeply personal explorations that gave physical expression to the inner struggles, joys, discoveries and memories of the choreographers’ lives.

Lecturer Talks Experience Through Art

What is art, and what defines art as worthy to be in a museum? These are the crucial questions Visiting Assistant Professor of Dance Catherine[…]

Examining ‘The Masks’ Through Dance

This weekend at the Middlebury College Dance Theatre, masks were worn, washed off and fashioned as the Dance Company of Middlebury performed “The Meaning of the Masks.”

Flicker Lets Student Art Shine

As the lights went dark in the Middlebury College Dance Theatre on Jan. 30, the audience waited with anticipation to see Flicker light up the space with new works by student dancers, choreographers, poets and artists.

Hepburn Zoo Gets ‘Gruesome’

This weekend at the Hepburn Zoo, a group of five students will present “Gruesome Playground Injuries,” a two-character play written by Rajiv Joseph. The story[…]