“The work is now stronger having successfully balanced both the needs of the visual choreography and the sound.”
Could it be that choreographer Wayne McGregor choked in the face of the Rite of Spring challenge?
“I’m trying to be at peace with not being a happy person. It’s ok to not be happy but to do something for the betterment of humanity.”
A quartet of critics serve up the highlights in dance for 2017.
I will continue to watch Wenders’s Pina, over and over—but nothing can replicate being in the room with the real deals.
Eva Maze drops names and paints a heady picture of the high life, but she does so with the disarming charm that permeates most of her memoir.
Fuse dance critics pick some of the outstanding performances/events of the year.
“Tokenism also plays into this issue. Some companies are hiring one dancer of color and they think they’ve done diversity.”
This acrobatic physicality doesn’t come off as a test of testosterone or showboating.
Soon-Ho Park’s dancers seem imbued with the casual cosmopolitanism of their peers, but they reflect a deep seriousness in their craft.