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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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Gallim Dance: I Can See Myself in Your Pupil

Gallim Dance in I Can See Myself in Your Pupil, photo by Christopher Duggan Gallim is a fitting name for the dance company that Andrea Miller formed in 2006. It means “waves” in Hebrew, and Gallim Dance is making lots … Continue reading

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