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Trina Mannino

TRINO MANNINO is a dancer and writer living in Brooklyn.

ART COMES TO LIFE AT DANCE NEW AMSTERDAM’S GALLERY

After taking Alexandra Beller’s class at the Dance New Amsterdam studios, I plopped down on the lobby’s couch and noticed Mike Rimbaud’s bright burlesque paintings above me.

TRADITION AND POP COLLIDE: KEIGWIN + COMPANY AT THE JOYCE THEATER

“I’m attracted to dancers who are interested in social dance, not just contemporary concert dance,” choreographer Larry Keigwin says during a rehearsal for his company’s upcoming season at The Joyce Theater, March 16-21.

PLEASE DON’T TURN OFF YOUR CELL PHONE: ZVIDANCE’S PREMIERE of ZOOM

On an 80-degree evening in April, I sensed the crowd’s excitement for ZviDance’s new Zoom at Dance Theater Workshop. The evening-length work was publicized as an integration of “dance, cell phones, video, projection, a real-time web interface and live music.”

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The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2020

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