Future Past is a sometimes heady rumination on death.
Inspired by the revolutionary activity of Weather Underground during the 60s and 70s, Dorfmans latest work, Underground, emphasizes the persistence of the daily, moment-to-moment act of choosing your politics through a kind of kinetic diplomacy.
The programs for Beverly Blossoms performance at Baruch College (September), were handed out in wrinkled, crumpled wads
Well, its that time of year again: The middle of August, when everybody who can has escaped the city, and those who cant escape reality at the always unpredictable Fringe Festival. We sent two of our fearless writers to check out a few dance offerings, and report back from the field. Claudia LaRocco
Both clear and not so clear intentions were on display at Danspace Project in May for a Shares evening featuring performances by Osmani Tellez and Juliette Mapp.
Chinas Yellow River (also known as Chinas Sorrow) has made at least five major course changes since 602 B.C. During these tumults, the river destroyed everything in its path, causing major floods and killing hundreds of thousands of people.
- Back to the Future: RoseAnne Spraidlin's Future Past by Nicole Pope
- Notes from the Fringe by Emily Larocque and Nicole Pope
- David Dorfmans Underground presented at BAM by Nicole Pope
- Making Intentions Clear by Nicole Pope
- Beverly Blossom: The Incomplete Lament of an Old Dancer. by Nicole Pope
- Memories of the Revolution by Nicole Pope