A new conference explores the socio-political facets of contemporary fashion
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“I feel as though each dance piece should be like a poem that exists in a space beyond words….” Culturebot Contributor DJ McDonald has five questions for choreographer Nellie Rainwater
I practiced my Quechua with them, the kids and I took short videos of their guinea pigs, and they shared their family photos with me. That was a great day.
Culturebot contributor DJ McDonald asks FIVE QUESTIONS of Greg Manley, Commissioner of the Circle Rules Federation and inventor of Circle Rules Football.
“Uugghh!” says the “prince” as he lands, more or less in a heap, on the stage. And then again, “Uugghh!” Each entrance brings titters, giggles and outright laughs from the audience in the theater at Dance New Amsterdam. But not from the six half-naked young
and hell, we watch 15 minutes of “Aliens” before being overwhelmed by how much Ridley Scott’s original kicks its ass. And so we make out. Goodnight.
Stretch. And be smart about it.
Translate into Latin (Tendo, Quod operor is purpureus?), and that might become a motto for NYU Tisch School of the Arts Dance Program.
Bill Shannon has gone ¾ of the way around the tip of Manhattan, retracing in retrograde the route famously described by the narrator Ishmael in the opening paragraphs of Moby-Dick. And, like his fellow traveler, he pauses to wax philosophical. Shannon perches on his crutches
Jenny Rocha and her Painted Ladies have developed a following in this town since their debut in 2006. So has trumpeter, singer and bandleader Brian Newman. The two have each featured for some time now as performers in the intermittent Floating Kabarette productions of the
Name: Ryoji Sasamoto Title/Occupation: Dancer 1. Where did you grow up and how did you end up where you are now? I was born and grew up in Chiba Prefecture in Japan. Chiba Prefecture is located in the south of Tokyo. I moved to Yamanashi
Love & Dance: Nora Petroliunas / The Pharmacy Project present Bricks & Honey at 100 Grand, May 7 & 8
The audience has just been moved. Literally. The handsome couple, who have perched so exquisitely atop the coffee table placed against the mirror at the west wall of 100 Grand, find themselves momentarily separated when the musical chairs-like redistribution of spectators-in-the-round calls for us to