Media REviews

Photo by Sue Brenner Photography

Photo by Sue Brenner Photography

 
 

"The program on view at the Lyceum combines Barton’s vocabulary of sweeping weaves and athletic lifts, and her radiant company of dancers. ... "Reverberate's" subtitle is See the Sound. Feel the Dance, and that’s an understatement. You get two platinum programs in one with energized concert dance and chamber music that cuts to the bone." Kris Eitland, sandiegostory.com, July 2015

“This evening … gave what might have been the performance of the season, in a city that abounds in outstanding dance talent and superior choreography. To our delight, Blythe presented six pieces that portrayed different aspects of her extraordinary choreographic life.” Steve Shirley, sdtheatrereviews.com, June 2014

“Barton’s “BODYlogue” program, included two longer dances, and they were a revelation—complex and idea-filled, with yummy, varied movement vocabularies… Barton brought a novelist’s skill to her longer pieces, creating vivid worlds.” Kris Eitland, sandiegostory.com, July 2014

2015 Year in Review
Bravos and Boos for 2015 by Kris Eitland: SanDiegoStory.com

San Diego International Fringe Festival 2015
Review by Charlene Baldridge:  BlogSpot.com
Review by Kris Eitland: SanDiegoStory.com

Trolley Dances 2014
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

SHADOWSfull-bodied dance works that revive the soul
Review by Steve Shirley : SDtheatrereviews.com
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

San Diego International Fringe Festival 2014
Review by Janice Steinberg : San Diego Story 
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

BODYlogue: Taking Spaces
Review by Steve Shirley : SDtheatrereviews.com

San Diego International Fringe Festival 2013 - "Infamous"
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

ArtPower, New Adventurers: "Ordo Vivendi"
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

BODYlogue 2013
Review by Kris Eitland : San Diego Story

Reviews of Blythe Barton's Performance

Ballet and Beyond, San Diego Dance Theater: "When Strangers Meet"
Review by Vanguard Culture

Waterlilies, San Diego Dance TheaterReview by Steve Shirley