Category Archives: Dance writing
My review of Hofesh Shechter’s Political Mother, performed in October at BAM, is in this month’s issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Read it here, along with wonderful pieces by Siobhan Burke and L.J. Sunshine.
The ninth annual Fall For Dance festival opened on Thursday evening at City Center with the usual fanfare. The atrium next to the theater buzzed with excitement, and plenty of people without tickets waited near the box office for last-minute … Continue reading
I reviewed Susan Stroman’s newest work for New York City Ballet in this month’s issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Here’s an excerpt: “For the Love of Duke was presented on a triple bill of contemporary works (No Balanchine in the … Continue reading
The March issue of The Brooklyn Rail is chock-full of dance articles, so be sure to click on over when you have a chance. Among the offerings: Christine Hou shared her thoughts on Jon Kinzel’s Responsible Ballet And What We … Continue reading
The Dia: Beacon, a massive, naturally-lit contemporary art museum housed in an old Nabisco box-printing factory, is an ideal setting for dance performances – especially when the performances require high ceilings and pillars from which the dancers can gracefully fall. … Continue reading