My review of Hofesh Shechter’s Political Mother, performed in October at BAM, is in this month’s issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Read it here, along with wonderful pieces by Siobhan Burke and L.J. Sunshine.
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 reviewed Susan Stroman’s newest work for New York City Ballet in this month’s issue of The Brooklyn Rail. Here’s an excerpt: “For the Love of Duke was presented on a triple bill of contemporary works (No Balanchine in the … Continue reading
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