Tag Archives: women

The Window Sex Project

My friend and college classmate, Sydnie L. Mosley, has initiated an exciting project that has the potential to have a powerful impact on women. The Window Sex Project addresses and tackles the every day practice in which women are “window … Continue reading

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Architecture of Ballet: Men on Top. Women on Stage.

Tiler Peck working with choreographer Mauro Bigonzetti, photo by Paul Kolnik New York City Ballet’s spring season, a festival entitled Architecture of Dance, includes an astounding seven new ballets.  In fact, the company’s recent print brochures, website, and festival mini-site … Continue reading

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LAVA to Perform at the Brooklyn Lyceum

Beginning this Thursday, the all-female Brooklyn-based movement ensemble LAVA will premiere we become at the Brooklyn Lyceum. Directed by LAVA’s founder and Artistic Director Sarah East Johnson, we become builds upon LAVA’s signature themes – women’s strength and power, the … Continue reading

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Radical Dancing Annas

The Jewish Women’s Archive (JWA), a Massachusetts-based organization devoted to uncovering and chronicling the history of American Jewish women, recently invited me to contribute to their blog as they celebrate the anniversary of Anna Sokolow’s 1937 debut on Broadway. Since … Continue reading

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