The Lady and the Light: Chunky Moves Glow at the KitchenBy April Greene
Dance often isolates in order to explore. Many choreographers take expansive themes to the stage singularly or in small combinations to more easily magnify and project them.
Dance States of a Theatrical Mind: Diana Szeinblums AlaskaBy Ryan Tracy
Contemporary dance has the difficult task of wrestling two historical conventions: the exoskeleton of drama (or, the story) and the endoskeleton of homogenous attitude (or style).
Who Plays? Pedestrian Movement, Neumann StyleBy M.J. Thompson
Pedestrian movement first flared on the radar in the 1960s in the dances of Judson Dance Theater.