Performances from regional festivals – Black Rock Center for the Arts 2023, Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2023 and 2024, Capital Fringe Festival, Charm City Fringe.
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Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2024

Bounce is a tidy prompt to generate multiple meanings.  Choreography by Ryan Bailey (premier), Jane Franklin (intergenerational premier), Gabriel Mata (premier), Robert J. Priore (premier), Christopher Saunders responds.   Dances connect to familiar experiences and to the motif: Bounce.


Black Rock Center for the Arts Dance Festival 2023 

A fresh take on physical storytelling.  Works by Robert J. Priore, Jane Franklin, Ryan Carlough, Robert Rubama, Kevin White and Andie deVaulx for Forty+ Project communicate through the universality of common experience


Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival 2023
BASK in the present moment. Works by Robert J. Priore, Lauren DeVera, Sarah Ewing, Jane Franklin, Ryan Carlough traverse political fault lines, resonate with the past, and comfort with intimacy and optimism. 


Aflight draws a picture of connections to earth and to each other. People — like animals — move to react to a push or pull in their natural habitats. As we confront global issues, we invite you to experience the real, personal journeys of the people and ecosystems in our midst. Capitol Fringe Festival 2017




Called a “smart movement-based work” by (DC Theatre Scene), Beauty and the Beat is a surprising comedy inspired by Tom Waits song “What’s He Building in There.” A neighbor’s style of interaction becomes the focal point of gossip, as four friends weave through dysfunctional actions in a hilarious—and subversive—stir.
Charm City Fringe 2019


Jane Franklin Dance

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