Body-based artists explore notions of other-ness in a pair of showcases curated by Jaamil Olawale Kosoko
Collective for Dance Writing and New Media presents a conversation between dance artists Rashaun Mitchell and Silas Riener and dance writer Nancy Dalva on November 5, 7pm, at DNA.
Choreographer Julian Barnett’s Super Natural is at DNA thru Sunday afternoon. Jeremy mentions the show in this week’s roundup. You’ve mentioned that a lot of artists seem stuck or tied to reliving Rainier’s No Manifesto; that many of today’s American artists are struggling with a
According to two different articles in the Tribeca Trib, 3LD has negotiated terms with the MTA and will be able to stay at its location at 80 Greenwich St. Dance New Amsterdam, however, is still struggling to negotiate terms on back rent that will allow it to stay at its home on Chambers St.
“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
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
While a long popular class destination for young and international dancers since it’s Dance Space Center days, Dance New Amsterdam has been effectively developing several platforms for bringing various artists together and to their 130-seat theater since moving to Lower Manhattan in the wake of