My Interview with Ohad Naharin in The Brooklyn Rail

Batsheva Dance Company in Ohad Naharin's "Hora", photo by Gadi Dagon

Last month, I had the privilege of speaking with Batsheva Dance Company’s artistic director, Ohad Naharin.  Our conversation is in this month’s issue of The Brooklyn Rail.  Also in this issue: Nancy Dalva talks with Paul Taylor, Siobhan Burke reviews Pat Catterson’s To Lie in the Sky (sad that I missed it!), and Christine Hou reviews works by Vanessa Anspaugh and Jen Rosenblit at New York Live Arts.  Take a look. Many thanks to the Rail’s dance editor – and my fellow blogger – Ryan Wenzel for making it all happen.

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