Tag Archives: Laura Collins-Hughes

Working by Day, Blogging by Night

Several weeks ago, while chatting in a theater lobby before a dance performance, a publicist wanted to know how Dancing Perfectly Free started, and – much to my surprise – assumed that blogging is my paid, full-time job.  I was … Continue reading

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When Protesters Target Artists

Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company, which just concluded performances of Ohad Naharin’s Max at BAM, drew anti-Israel protesters last week demanding that people boycott Israel and all aspects of Israeli life, including the arts. Laura Collins-Hughes recently wrote about what she … Continue reading

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