Tag Archives: Brooklyn

BRIC House to Open October 3rd

BRIC Arts | Media House (BRIC House), a multi-disciplinary arts and media complex in the former Strand Theatre at 647 Fulton Street, is set to open on October 3rd. The project, which also includes a renovated home for UrbanGlass, will expand … Continue reading

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My Interview with Ohad Naharin in The Brooklyn Rail

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 … Continue reading

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I Believe in Forsythe’s “Outer Space”

I’m still processing William Forsythe’s I don’t believe in outer space, which opened at BAM on Wednesday evening.  For the first twenty minutes or so, I worried that it was going to be a repeat of Decreation, which I reviewed … Continue reading

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ZviDance at Celebrate Brooklyn

Aaron Carr and Alison Brigham Clancy in ZOOM, photo by Julieta Cervantes On Thursday evening, July 1st, ZviDance presents ZOOM at the Prospect Park Bandshell as part of Celebrate Brooklyn! ZOOM integrates dance, cell phones, video projection, a real-time web … Continue reading

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The Rail is Here! For Real.

The February issue of The Brooklyn Rail is now online and in print.  The dance section is packed with good stuff this month:  Thom Donovan’s review of choreographer Miguel Gutierrez’s performance texts, Mary Love Hodges’ spotlight on The Tank, and … Continue reading

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