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REVIEWS

LevyFilm captures Banning in the studio with Whim W'Him (Seattle) during her choreographic residency leading up to the premiere of Limitation Etudes 7-10

Limitation Etudes 7-10

The piece’s theatricality and technical prowess combine to perfect effect.
— Seattle Times
The entire series is fraught with emotion and some of the most nuanced, intricate and well executed choreography….iconic.
— Chosen Magazine
Bouldin’s choreography, both technically complex and emotionally resonant, packs a universal punch that transcends the personal circumstances that spawned it.
— Marcie Stillman

ARTICLE

"Historically, dance education praises women, who take direction unquestionably," says Bouldin. "So I want to facilitate an environment where young girls are in dialogue, choreographing and practicing. It is essential to the future of the art form. "

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PODCAST

"What happens when you wake up after living a life that revolves around movement...and you can barely move?

This is where Banning Bouldin found herself one morning, and it sent her on a powerful, personal health journey. Banning is the founder of New Dialect, a contemporary dance company in Nashville. She was recently diagnosed with an early stage of multiple sclerosis and has been working her way back from the consequences of the disease on her body.

She uses her story to show how important it is to be your own patient advocate, to search and research treatment options, and to build a network of health professionals that will help pull you through. Her story is a reminder that even in the midst of all our 21st-Century technology, a personal approach to medicine and healthcare is still the most important thing."


ARTICLE

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"I WAS ATTRACTED MORE TO DOING THE REALLY PHYSICAL WORK THAT THE MEN WERE OFTEN ASKED TO DO." 


PODCAST

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WITNESS

“One of the most progressive and forward thinking dance organizations in the United States exists in one of its most unlikely towns—Nashville, Tennessee—in the heart of the South.”

- Alex Ketley