Experiencing Meg Foley
It was such a pleasure to see you dance just now...
January 24, 2013
Lynching and Love
The audience’s first responses: “Celebration. Bearing witness. Transparency. Shadows. Remembering. Nooses dropping. Acceptance. Pain. Repetition. Awesome.”
November 21, 2012
From the Studio: in Cyborg Ballet, Technique Meets Technology
The balletic body is often held up as an image of machinic perfection.
October 24, 2012
Really, It Is Kind of Huge
I can see these dancers working through ideas of physical intelligence. They are at home in their bodies, at home in making, and I can just tell that they are having a rip-roaring good time.
September 11, 2012
Body Politics Meet Mirth, Mayhem, and Mashups in Bang
Clowning at its finest, and terrifically funny... Bang’s “meaning” was ultimately drowned out by mirth, mayhem, and mashups.
September 9, 2012
Choreographic Thinking: Practical Philosophy for Dance
In her new book, Susan Rethorst asks dance-makers to enter the philosophical realm.
September 3, 2012
From the Studio: Experimentation and Process
I call my work both “experimental” and “process based.” Being in the studio allows me to confront those monikers and try to figure out what they mean.
June 14, 2012
“Finding Oneself” Through Asking
Two dance artists sit down for a fireside chat--here is a slice of what was said.
April 26, 2012