“Some of Philadelphia’s best dance improvisers” – Merilyn Jackson, Philadelphia Inquirer

“Weisz’s newest dance platform transcends the boundaries of a traditional dance company as well as the notion of traditional dance spaces, much to the delight of both artist and audience.”  – Brad Caneman, Arts Innovation

“With this newest project, Graffito Works, Weisz once again emerges on to the international stage while still maintaining a firm foundation in Philadelphia.  Moving away from traditional choreography, Graffito Works focuses on the creative exploration of site specific movement and improvisation with ‘movers’, who are masters of their craft.”  – Dee Schmidt, Dance Critic

” What happens when you take some of the top improvers in a city and put them together in a supportive environment and simply allow them to create? Well,  pure magic!” – Cara Tomlinson, Dance Blogger

“Graffito Works is skilled, energized, meditative and transformative dance.” – Lewis J Whittington, Dance Critic



Giving Form To The Invisible: Graffito Works at PAFA by Kat Sullivan

Transgender Themes In Art & Dance at PAFA by Lewis Whittington

The Inspiration that is Cassils by Gary Day

Immediate Art: Review of Graffito Works at Grounds For Sculpture by Jane Fries

Off the Wall Processions: Improvisation at PAFA by Jonathan Stein

Graffito Works: Improvisation Leading Procession: The Art of Norman Lewis – by Gregory King

2016 – Spring Dance Offerings in our area – by Merilyn Jackson

Graffito Works brings Improvisational Dance to the James A. Michener Art Museum

Expect The Unexpected with Graffito Works by Tara Lynn Johnson

Graffito Works Launches in Philadelphia by Lewis Whittington

From playful to meditative, Graffito Works movers capture the spirit at Shofuso Japanese House & Garden by Dee Schmidt

Bologna: Graffito Works e Ca’Shin presentano Contact Improvisation con gli artisti di Spazio Seme

Ballare nella natura ecco i Graffito Works


Dagli Stati Uniti debutta a Bologna l’ultimo progetto di Steven Weisz