Gregory is also a dance writer in Philadelphia, writing for The Dance Journal, Broad Street Review, and ThINKing DANCE.

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Most Recent Articles in The Dance Journal

Photo by M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia
Photo by M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia EDITORS NOTE – I first spoke with Mr. King almost two years ago to date about his writing and postings on FaceBook, which was primarily geared towards the students he served. We found commonality in our approaches to education, our work with students and [...]
Wed, Aug 17, 2016
The Dance Journal
Photo credit Irina Varina
photo credit Irina Varina by Gregory King for The Dance Journal The smell of onions dawdled in the air as I walked through the corridors of the Headlong Performance Institute . In the studio where “Onion Dances” would be performed, chairs lined the back wall while a portable tech station was set [...]
Tue, Jul 05, 2016
The Dance Journal
by Gregory King for The Dance Journal I recently attended a performance of Beyond Dance Company's “Evolution of Women” at The Painted Bride on Saturday June 25th and wrote a review of my experience that was published in The Dance Journal. No sooner was the article posted, a host of [...]
Thu, Jun 30, 2016
The Dance Journal
Kaitlin_Chow of Kchow studios
photo credit Kchow Studios by Gregory King for The Dance Journal Willingly welcoming new dance companies and new choreographic voices with passion and zeal, Philadelphians often offer support in numbers by attending performances at high profile venues, community centers, karate studios, and even in living rooms. Where the more heavily resourced dance companies [...]
Tue, Jun 28, 2016
The Dance Journal
Photos by Alexander Iziliaev by Gregory King for The Dance Journal A year ago, the second companies of Philadanco (D/2) and Pennsylvania Ballet (PB2) came together for a celebratory night of dancing in “2 gether we Dance.” My disappointment with last year's show had very little to do with the [...]
Tue, Jun 21, 2016
The Dance Journal