Category Archives: International
Thom Yorke showed off his moves in the 2011 video for “Lotus Flower” from Radiohead’s album, “The King of Limbs”. Now, with the release of Atoms for Peace’s debut album, “AMOK”, Thom dances in the video for “Ingenue” along with Fukiko Takase, a … Continue reading
As a young child, when someone mentioned The Nutcracker I immediately thought of the ballet and Tchaikovsky’s music. My first experience with The Nutcracker was when I saw New York City Ballet’s performance at the age of three. And for … Continue reading
Wayne McGregor | Random Dance recently performed in the Rain Room at the Barbican Centre in London. The performance built on a series of past collaborations between the award-winning choreographer and the acclaimed studio Random International, including Random International’s Future Self and Wayne … Continue reading
Professional dancers are often noticeable for their posture and carriage. So when four men walked onto the stage at the BAM Fishman Space, it was easy to tell which two were trained and which were untrained. As each man took … Continue reading
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.