Category Archives: Religion

YelleB Dance Ensemble Presents Pericardium

This weekend at Joyce SoHo, YelleB Dance Ensemble presents the premiere of Pericardium, a multicultural, multidisciplinary work that reveals human stories of physical and emotional walls. Since 2006, NYC-based choreographer Ella Ben-Aharon has engaged in an artistic collaboration with Israeli … Continue reading

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Photos from Cedar Lake’s Installation

Here are some more photos by Kokyat from Cedar Lake’s installation and response to Iran Inside Out at the Chelsea Art Museum. Acacia Schachte and Soojin Choi Marina Mascarell Jon Bond, Matthew Rich, and Oscar Ramos Vocalist Sam Bardaouil, center, … Continue reading

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Cedar Lake Interprets “Iran Inside Out”

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet, photo by Erez Sabag Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet didn’t have to travel far for artistic director Benoit-Swan Pouffer’s latest installation, which opened Tuesday evening at the Chelsea Art Museum, just a few blocks away from Cedar Lake’s theater … Continue reading

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The Legacy Project: Echoes

Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company in The Legacy Project This weekend, Carolyn Dorfman Dance Company presents The Legacy Project: Echoes, an evening of dance, theater, and live music.  Dorfman, who founded CDDC in 1983, created The Legacy Project to honor her … Continue reading

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Radical Dancing Annas

The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), a Massachusetts-based organization devoted to uncovering and chronicling the history of American Jewish women, recently invited me to contribute to their blog as they celebrate the anniversary of Anna Sokolow’s 1937 debut on Broadway. Since … Continue reading

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