Andrew Sargus Klein
To create beauty, to record despair, to dance for each other
MK Abadoo explores body politics, African Diaspora, and sci-fi through dance
July 14, 2017
We Are Where We Came From
Rosie Herrera’s pairing of sets and props with resonant personal symbols seamlessly blended the past and the present.
June 13, 2017
Six voices, one work
The more voices within the creative process, the harder it can be to create a cohesive work.
March 10, 2017
Getting Up to Get Back Down
Ups and Downs is obsessed with audience experience—in expectation, in movement, in emphasis.
January 27, 2017
Sharing and holding this space with you
Immersive dance intersects with election night trauma.
November 29, 2016
Blood, Smoke and Ballet: A Night With a Killer Swan
Dubbed a serial killer ballet, it is arch storytelling in someone's dark, winking headspace
December 23, 2015