New York Times — “7 Dance Performances to See This Weekend.”
 Hi! Drama — “Altogether, the work was invigorating and unexpected. The creative space brought out by Amanda Selwyn and her collaborators is truly a fun and funny place, celebratory, fiercely feminine, and vehemently aware of the interplay of time.”
The New Yorker — “Selwyn has managed to produce sincere, personal works year after year for two decades—no small feat.”
Oberon’s Grove — “The Selwyn dancers are exhilarating to watch, each one very much a part of the collective whilst also displaying distinctive personalities…”
QNS Online Journal — “Through Notes in Motion, scholars learn about different cultures and means of physical expression.” “Dance helps bring joy and smiles to their faces. When we see them happy, we are happy as well!”
Press for 2019-2020 Season |  New York Times — “7 Dance Performances to See This Weekend.”
Press for 2019-2020 Season
 New York Times — “7 Dance Performances to See This Weekend.”
 Hi! Drama — “Altogether, the work was invigorating and unexpected. The creative space brought out by Amanda Selwyn and her collaborators is truly a fun and funny place, celebratory, fiercely feminine, and vehemently aware of the interplay of time.”
The New Yorker — “Selwyn has managed to produce sincere, personal works year after year for two decades—no small feat.”
Oberon’s Grove — “The Selwyn dancers are exhilarating to watch, each one very much a part of the collective whilst also displaying distinctive personalities…”
QNS Online Journal — “Through Notes in Motion, scholars learn about different cultures and means of physical expression.” “Dance helps bring joy and smiles to their faces. When we see them happy, we are happy as well!”

Live Streams

Dance Magazine Live Stream
Open Rehearsal | January 15, 2020

Dance Magazine Live Stream
Open Rehearsal | June 11, 2019

Radio Interviews
Open Rehearsal interview with Jack Shalom.

Amanda Selwyn had an exclusive interview with WKTU about our 20th Anniversary Performance Season, Hindsight World Premiere.

Amanda Selwyn had an exclusive interview with KTU to talk about Crossroads World Premiere.

Oberon’s Grove Soooooo…Amanda Selwyn’s CROSSROADS is exhilarating…non-stop dancing (from lyrical to kick-ass) with a vibrant score…and her dancers are fantastic, both as individuals and as a group. Watch the trailer, then go and see the show!”
The New Yorker — “Distinctive, off-kilter elegance.”
NY Social Agenda — “There aren’t sufficient words to describe this entire experience. Our senses were continuously activated through every session, as the dancers moved, extended, and coiled through air – while using the power of their bodies as a form of communication, to express vibrant and fun hidden messages and stories of laughter, happiness, solitude, love, and possibly seduction. Every movement and series were an extension highlighting balance, refreshing high energy, strength – and-Renewal.”
High Class Living — “Productions pivot around core themes and through an interplay between athletic and pedestrian motion, activate emotional expression, character, and narrative in a rich and abstract collage.”
The New Yorker — Selwyn’s highly physical dances are typically centered on a guiding idea or conceit. Five Minutes, her last piece, was about the measurement of time and was structured in five-minute segments. Her new work, Detour, is about perception and thwarting expectations. By design, it keeps swerving.”
 Inside New York Amanda Selwyn is a master at illustrating the symbiosis of sound and movement, the romance of motion and emotion – she had me laughing, crying, cringing and gasping all in the short 55-minute production.”
Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival’s Pillow Pages Choreographically, Amanda’s point of departure is not an image or a gesture, but a theatrical imperative felt in her insistence on expression.”
  Oberon’s Grove — “Ms. Selwyn’s choreography blends athleticism, theatricality, sensuality, romance, passion, and humor in good measure, and a collage of well-chosen music underscores the swings of mood and gives the production a cohesive feeling.”
NYC Dance Stuff — “Amanda Selwyn’s work is masterly and emotionally expressive, she is truly gifted in the art of dance making.”
NYC Dance Stuff —  “Immediately you were aware of Ms. Selwyn’s delicious lyricism of movement that flows intrinsic through her work.”
Oberon’s Grove — “Overall, an ideal evening of dance. The ever-shifting patterns of movement and partnering suggest a dream in which perceptions vary from moment to moment.”
 NYC Dance Stuff Review — “Ms. Selwyn has her own voice, she speaks from a place within the heart, she is unafraid to peer into the corners of one’s soul. She explores every corner, and what she finds she expresses with movement that which cannot be said in words. Detour explores the concept of perception, of how we perceive or interpret what is before us. It creates a world where surrealism is the norm, a world where perceptions shift constantly, but it is a world that is intriguing and you want to see more.”
NYC Dance Stuff — “Ms. Selwyn’s vision is unique and original. It held me transfixed.”
Oberon’s Grove — “In less than an hour, Amanda Selwyn and her troupe had given us dance that was entertaining and lovely to watch along with a reminder that time is fleeting: use yours wisely.”
 Flavorpill “Artfully athletic, expressive choreography… Choreographer Amanda Selwyn uses gesture, narrative, and character to move her dances beyond pure bodies in motion and into social commentary and critique.
 Museum Beat — “With the help of her exquisite dance troupe, Amanda Selwyn has merged sound and movement and the romance of motion and emotion in creating her choreographic masterpieces.”
Eye on Dance — “The choreography by Artistic Director Amanda Selwyn and dancers has a sharp and reverberating quality.”
  DIY Dancer — “The strength of Selwyn’s Detour was founded upon a consistent artistic vision in which all of the elements seemed to cohere.”