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SoLow Fest was founded in 2010 by Philadelphia performance artists Thomas Choinacky and Amanda Grove. Seeking a way to present their own solo work, with minimal expense, they conceived the idea by jointly presenting their work and reaching out to other interested artists. Now in its fifth year SoLow continues to experiment with their niche of using non-traditional locations and venues, inspiring artists and audiences alike to challenge the norm of theatre and making and seeing art that may otherwise never be created.

Sunday, June 29th at 2:00PM

7 Dancers
7 Choreographers
7 Solo Performances

Presenting works by Jessica Bryan, Jenna Faye Eugenides, Kaylee Goodwin, Jillian Ikeler,
Jennifer Laucella, Alison Liney, and Brianne Scott

Goldilocks Gallery, 2nd Floor, 723 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia  (above restaurant Morimoto)
(Please note there are stairs to access the space.)

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PROGRAM  (more to come soon!)

Brianne Scott
Music: Lost at Sea by Astronautalis
Over thinking clouds the brain. You can over think so much that it becomes too heavy and brings you down. Keep it simple. Let it go.

Jillian Ikeler
Music: Coffee by Sylvan Esso
My piece is based on the haiku poem by Mizuta Massahide “Barn’s Burnt down, Now I can see the moon”. It is about finding the balance in life and accepting the nature of Yin and Yang. When we think about a forest fire, we think of devastation and destruction, but that fire has to happen to grow new creation and life. This type of natural cycle occurs everywhere, and finding solace in this may bring peace to many.

Alison Liney
Music: Tabarly by Yann Tiersen
I think…that I would rather recollect a life misspent on fragile things than spent avoiding moral debt.

Jenna Faye Eugenides
Music: Chasing the Sun by Sara Bareilles
“Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something inside you that is greater than any obstacle.” -Christian D. Larson

Jessica Bryan
Music: Yppah – Blue Schwinn
Don’t over think, just enjoy it while it lasts.

Kaylee Goodwin
Music: Lorde – Swingin Party
People will come and go from your life. It’s understanding yourself and who you are that will always pull you through.