January 23, 2020 BY James Sullivan, Globe Corespondent - The Boston Globe
Jocie Adams’s Providence-based band joins with HDC Dance Ensemble for a multimedia production envisioning the year 2080
In the end, that’s really what “iTMRW” is about. Like a cautionary William Gibson tale set to a busy beat and a woman’s voice, the show attempts to find the soul of a human being in the artificial clutter of the near future. ARC IRIS AND HDC DANCE ENSEMBLE: iTMRW Jan. 25 at 8:30 p.m. and Jan. 26 at 7:30 p.m. Oberon, 2 Arrow St., Cambridge,MA
January 20, 2020 BY Mali Sastri - WBUR The Artery
Arc Iris Delivers Existential Questions With Ambitious 'iTMRW' And it’s not a sort of blind optimism. I think the darker the world is, the darker the situation, the greater the call to action, to actually be the difference and make the change.” https://www.wbur.org/artery/2020/01/20/arc-iris-itmrw-oberon
September 22, 2017 BY Juan Michael Porter II, Contributor - Arts & Culture Writer, The Huffington Post
Week Ending in Vibrant Dance: ReviewSaturday night opened with Shura Baryshnikov and Danielle Davidson of Doppelgänger Dance Collective in a dichotomous duet of moods at The Soaking Wet Series. ''This duo’s performance was concentrated, somatic driven, and rich with succulent quality.''
September 15, 2017 BY Deirdre Towers for EYE ON THE ARTS, NY
The "Soaking WET" series curated by David Parker and Jeff Kazin opened at West End Theater with a focus on duets.
Coming from Providence, Rhode Island, Doppelganger Dance Collective, Artistic Directors/Performers: Shura Baryshnikov, Danielle Davidson, made their NYC debut
''the two handsome women have an easy connection to their bodies and each other. Davidson often dances with a twinkle, ''
In the Spotlight: Danielle Davidson
Danielle Davidson, one of the area’s most respected local contemporary dancers and one-half of the groundbreaking duo “Doppelgänger Dance Collective” joins the faculty of FBP’s Summer Dance Intensive 2017, which starts next week. The four-week training program is the perfect venue for Davidson’s unique choreographic style, based in classical ballet but with a contemporary flare all her own. We asked FBP School student Mizuki Samuelson to sit down with Danielle and learn about her backstory and what inspires her choreography and teaching.
January 12, 2017 By Iris Fanger/For The Patriot Ledger
Shura Baryshnikov and Danielle Davidson’s newest work, “Underwear, Nowhere,” will be unveiled Jan. 14 as part of “Catalysts!” a performance weekend at the Dance Complex. DDC play with the idea of parallel identities in duets for their company, Doppelganger Dance Collective.
November 16, 2016 BY Lawrence Elizabeth Knox for The ARTery
Lawrence Elizabeth Knox is a contributor to The ARTery and a freelance photojournalist in Houston, Texas. Prior to graduating from Boston University, she was a professional dancer with the Tulsa Ballet. Her work may be viewed at lawrenceknoxphotography.com.
OCT/NOV 2016 By Sarah Baker for Art New England
“Imagine that you’re playing connect the dots in your body,” says the choreographer Alissa Cardone. With their eyes closed, the dancers, Shura Baryshnikov and Danielle Davidson (co-artistic directors of Doppelgänger Dance Collective) each move to their own imagination. One lifts her hipbone up toward her ribs; the other brings an elbow to a knee. “Now imagine your face is at a party socializing.” One smiles and winks. The other nods her head.
September 15, 2019 BY The New England Theatre Geek
Dancers: Nina Brindamour, Danielle Davidson, and Magdalena Gyftopoulos