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A Chain Love Letter to Dance (In Video)

Mitchell Rose | Posted 06.14.2016 | Home
Mitchell Rose

Art is a business. The sad fact. When I was choreographer in the 70s and 80s, with an "office" crammed into my East Village apartment, I spent more ti...

Women in the Arts

NYC-ARTS | Posted 05.04.2013 | Home
NYC-ARTS

The women we look up to in the arts -- from New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan soaring above the stage at Lincoln Center to action hero Elizabeth Streb scaling a building in London -- have their own inspiring heroines, some famous and others less known.

DON'T LOOK DOWN

The Huffington Post | Hallie Sekoff | Posted 07.28.2012 | Home

Site-specific dance refuses the confines of a concert stage. From sidewalks to airports, bridges to buildings, choreographers are reshaping our conven...

Surprises Streb: One Extraordinary Day (VIDEO)

Crane.tv | Posted 09.15.2012 | Home
Crane.tv

Yesterday morning started like any other Sunday in central London, with the welcome exception of rays of sun instead of the usual driving rain. But at...

Olympics Madness: 'Extreme' Dancers Dive Off London Landmarks

The Huffington Post | Hallie Sekoff | Posted 07.16.2012 | Home

The London 2012 festival in celebration of the Olympic games brings us yet another creative, boundary-breaking, and awe inspiring performance piece. T...

Choreographer Jorma Elo Springs The Wolf Trap

Debra Levine | Posted 09.06.2011 | Home
Debra Levine

A commission to create a brand new ballet for a boutique troupe like Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is a really big deal, even for a well established choreographer like Jorma Elo.

Brainy And Statuesque: Interview With Choreography Legend Bill T. Jones

Kris Wilton | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Kris Wilton

Bill T. Jones has a long history of pushing envelopes and challenging audiences. In the 1970s, when he was getting his start in New York's downtown da...

Man on Wire, Wired

Debra Levine | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Debra Levine

In a public event at L.A.'s Hammer Museum last week, tightrope walker Philipe Petit quipped, "I never take risks. I take a long walk on a high path in the sky. That poetry is not extreme -- it's exquisite, enigmatic."