Category Archives: Dance
Hofesh Shechter’s “Sun”, photo by Gabriele Zucca Before the start of Hofesh Shechter’s Sun, which made its US debut at BAM last week, the London-based Israeli choreographer told the audience that we would see a brief excerpt from the end … Continue reading
On November 4th, the AOL On Network will premiere “city.ballet.”, a 12-part documentary series about New York City Ballet. The show was conceived by executive producer and NYCB board member Sarah Jessica Parker, and follows the professional lives of several … Continue reading
A talk with Edward Villella, renowned worldwide for his dramatic transformation of the male image in ballet, opens Barnard College’s series of public dance events. The discussion, moderated by former Twyla Tharp principal and present Barnard Senior Associate of Dance, … Continue reading
There are very few dance works more frustrating than those of choreographer William Forsythe. More often than not, I find his work irritatingly complex, leaving me with more questions than answers (I don’t believe in outer space was moving, but … Continue reading
Here’s a very cool time lapse of a day at Boston Ballet. Many thanks to my good friend and DPF co-founder Allison for sharing this with me.