#SpeakingInDance: Haunting, Paranoia and All That Dance Horror
Arthur Pita’s dance-drama “The Tenant” (yep, like the Polanski movie) features James Whiteside and Cassandra Trenary of American Ballet Theater.
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The BAM/Restoration Dance Youth Ensemble, appearing at Dance Africa, give their all when dancing. They have also learned percussion skills. Watch our two videos.
Source link #SpeakingInDance: Jerome Robbins, Serious and Not
Ashley Bouder of New York City Ballet performs part of a make-fun-of-yourself solo from Robbins’s “Dances at a Gathering.”
Source link #SpeakingInDance: In ‘Bayadère,’ 24 Breathing as 1
Watch a portion of the hypnotic, otherworldly opening of the “Kingdom of the Shades” section from American Ballet Theater’s “La Bayadère.”
Source link #SpeakingInDance: Haunted by the Familiar
The choreographer and dancer Jack Ferver made this duet, part of his new show “Everything Is Imaginable,” for himself and his old friend Reid Bartelme.
Source link In ‘Harlequinade,’ Gestures Dance, and Dances Tell Stories
We think of ballet as a nonverbal art, but for the last few months, the words “tell” and “say” have echoed in the studios of American Ballet Theater. The dancers aren’t using their […] #SpeakingInDance: Stand. Run. And Run Some More.
Yvonne Rainer’s 1963 “We Shall Run” is performed as part of the Museum of Modern Art’s show, “Judson Dance Theater: The Work Is Never Done.”
Source link #SpeakingInDance: A ‘Yellow Glamour Alien’
Thinking about what he feels is “a lack of nuance about how people talk about being black or being queer,” Raja Feather Kelly created “Black Queer Zoo.”
Source link #SpeakingInDance: An Epic Heroine in New York
The Bharatanatyam dancer Neha Mondal Chakravarty didn’t mind performing on a rainy city sidewalk: “Sometimes it’s about the bliss that you get in just exploring.”