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 Need is a Bench to Put Books On; Brooklyn Rail dance editor Mary Love Hodges reviewed Fresh Tracks, Dance Theater Workshop’s emerging artist series; Trina Mannino wrote about Larry Keigwin’s upcoming season at the Joyce Theater; and I contributed an article about the new Jerome Robbins Theater at the Baryshnikov Arts Center. This month I also wrote about Opus Jazz: The Film in a larger piece on three dance films debuting this month. Finally, in the Art Seen section, Claudia La Rocco shared some thoughts (both hers and others’) on Tino Sehgal’s exhibit at the Guggenheim Museum. Happy Rail reading!
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