I’ve been thinking about how watching live performance is often an act of meditative practice for me. I’ve considered this before, but Andy’s recent post about watching performance as a spiritual practice was quite eloquent and inspiring. It has had me actively pondering how to
DTW announced its 2010-2011 season and it is a doozy! Featuring work from international artists Alain Buffard (France), Raimund Hoghe (France/Germany) with Faustin Linyekula (Congo) and Verdensteatret (Norway); national artists olive Dance Theatre (Philadelphia), and Rude Mechs (Austin); and New York City based artists Sidra Bell, Yanira Castro, Walter Dundervill, Natalie Green, Neil Greenberg, Juliana F. May, Andrea Miller, Juliette Mapp, and Richard Move. AND MORE!
Notes from MR Spring Fest Hand Written Notes and Vanessa Anspaugh’s “End of Men: An Ode to Ocean.”
Curator and producer Michèle Steinwald makes a modest proposal to the field of contemporary dance.
The iconic choreographer continues her exploration of the solo as part of Platform12: Judson Now
So, Andy got to his catch up sooner than I did – is there anyone out there who hasn’t felt a little in-over-their-head this spring? – but, my final grades are in, Hunter shows, my own part of La Mama Moves shows, other people’s shows
More from DTW’s Studio Series artists
The latest installment on our ongoing coverage of DTW’s Studio Series
The National Endowment for the Arts has announced that Dance Theater Workshop will receive two highly competitive and prestigious grants. Through the American Masterpieces: Dance 2010 program Dance Theater Workshop will receive $150K in support of projects highlighting the works of Trisha Brown, Meredith Monk, John Kelly, and Yvonne Meier.
JOHN JESURUN’S FIREFALL AT DTW FEBRUARY 4-7 AT 7:30 POST SHOW TALK WITH JULIETTE MAPP ON FEB. 4 “Jesurun’s visionary new theater swoops into your mind violently…and vanishes leaving you dazed and tingling. A pleasure to watch.” – The Village Voice John Jesurun’s groundbreaking pieces
On Monday evening, September 15, 2008, Dance Theater Workshop, Danspace Project, and The Joyce Theater with the 2007-2008 Bessies Committee, presented the Twenty-Fourth Annual New York Dance and Performance Awards (a.k.a. THE BESSIES) for exceptional achievements during the 2007-2008 season. Established in 1983, THE
DANCING 9 to 5 ~ The Whitney Museum of American Art Altria ~ 120 Park Avenue South ~ at 42nd Street ~ January 17th, 2007 ~ What happens when energetic, graceful, vital bodies introduce new and thoughtful ways of moving into a space where people