The 51-minute piece represents a digital time capsule. It comprises 16 short episodes — reflections in movement of lives caught inside the pandemic — crafted by dance-maker collaborators.
In this piece, Peter DiMuro asks a vital question: how has history informed the ways we look at queerness today?
One thing the traditional Nutcracker doesn’t do is funny, though it can be charming and even amusing.
Women still dominate the dance field as performers and choreographers.
I wondered why the Elders Ensemble program so consistently portrayed the elders as somber and withdrawn.
Since joining the Dance Complex as executive director nearly two years ago, Peter DiMuro has been committed to widening the niche-bound notion of dance.