"It sort of seems like blackness is taking up space in an affirming way."
Earlier this spring, the performer and choreographer Emily Johnson presented SHORE, the culminating event in a trilogy of works she had been pursuing since early 2010 in response to displacement, to feeling disconnected from place, people, ceremony, and tradition.
A large pedestal lies bare in the middle of the Kitchens black box theater. Gentle, blue-green lights highlight its hulking presence as a seascape score begins.
LA SYLPHIDE AT THE NEW YORK CITY BALLET
By Brian Schaefer
Romantic Ballet, Victorian Morals, and the Wisdom of Sondheim
The Baker’s Wife said it best: “These are dangerous woods.” So she learned after adulterously kissing the prince in Stephen Sondheim’s classic musical Into the Woodsa deed for which she’ll later pay.
Tell Pepper the doorbell isnt working, so youll need to let your people in, said a woman in a purple suit. She stood on the steps of Cadman Memorial Church (CMC), a regal, Romanesque structure on the corner of Clinton and Lafayette Avenues. The impressive stone facade, however, concealed a crumbling interior