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Beyond Gaga: Contemporary Israeli Dance and the Reinvention of the Jewish Body

via Culturebot: Over the past few years, Israel has consistently produced some of the most exciting, innovative, and unexpected choreographers working in the field today. As a result, contemporary dance is one of Israel’s most respected and innovative exports. Under … Continue reading

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Gallim and Cedar Lake at Jacob’s Pillow

Gallim Dance in Blush, photo by Christopher Duggan Two of New York City’s finest contemporary dance companies head to Massachusetts this week to perform at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. Gallim Dance, founded in 2006, will perform artistic director Andrea Miller’s … Continue reading

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The AWARD Show: Opening Night

Gallim Dance in Blush, photo by Christopher Duggan On Thursday evening at The AWARD Show – Artists with Audiences Responding to Dance – the sold-out Joyce Soho was not told to sit back, relax, and enjoy the show.  Rather, the … Continue reading

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Gallim Dance in a K-Swiss Commercial

Gallim dancers Andrea Miller, Francesca Romo, Jason Fordham, and Moo Kim appeared in a K-Swiss commercial made by Andreas von Scheele. It looks like they had the freedom to incorporate a lot of movement from their repertoire. Some photos from … Continue reading

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Gallim Dance: Blush

Ohad Naharin’s influence is palpable in Andrea Miller’s I Can See Myself in Your Pupil, which Gallim Dance performed last week at the Joyce SoHo. But Blush, in its New York premiere, is uniquely Miller’s, and luckily for the audience, … Continue reading

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