Maura interviews Dorothée Munyaneza. Her “Unwanted” has its New York premiere at Baryshnikov Arts Center TONIGHT (September 21-22). Her “Samedi Détente” at Under the Radar Festival in early 2016 ripped open the wounds of the genocide in Rwanda. With “Unwanted,” she explores the physical and mental repercussions of rape used as an instrument of war.
The Minneapolis-based choreo returns to NYC as part of PS 122’s COIL Festival
A little belatedly some recommendations for your dance viewing pleasure
Ireland’s Pan Pan Theatre works wonders staging a Beckett radio play
Pavel Zustiak’s “Amidst,” at Baryshnikov Arts Center this past weekend, isn’t guilty of obscure titling.
Culturebot Contributor Maura Donohue has five questions for choreographer Lar Lubovitch.
Les SlovaKs Dance Collective made their NYC debut this past week with “Opening Night,” a valentine to dance and national identity in a postmodern world.
In 2004, I facilitated a residency in Phnom Penh for Dance Theater Workshop’s Mekong Project. Several artists from the Mekong Delta region (Yunnan Province in China, Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand) gathered with a group of Asian Americans and Cambodians for 3 weeks. Based primarily
The New York premiere of Brussels-based, French-Cambodian choreographer Emmanuèle Phuon’s fascinating collaborative investigation Khmeropédies I & II will be at BAC this week. Over the past two years, she has worked in Cambodia with dancers trained in classical Khmer dance.