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APAP 2014: Six Things the Performing Arts Should Be Talking About in 2014

Marc Kirschner | Posted 03.15.2014 | Arts
Marc Kirschner

The broader point to be discussed is this: we have transitioned away from a paradigm where newspaper critics act as the gatekeeper between art and audiences to a new reality where algorithms perform that function.

5 Things the Dance Field Should Be Talking About in 2013

Marc Kirschner | Posted 03.12.2013 | Arts
Marc Kirschner

Take away The Nutcracker, and what you end up with is profuse sweating, retching, agitation and massive irritability. Guess what? That time for rehabilitation is coming. Why?

Embodied Women as Window on Feminism: The Co(te)lette Film Served Up on Your Lap[top]

Jennifer Edwards | Posted 06.23.2012 | Arts
Jennifer Edwards

This piece was created by a Flemish/Dutch choreographer, but watching it in the U.S., Co(te)lette elicits a physical response to the fact that women are under open attack, here.

David Hallberg's Move to the Bolshoi: The Beginning of the "Moneyball-et" Era?

Marc Kirschner | Posted 12.05.2011 | Arts
Marc Kirschner

Is the future of American dance to be a farm system for companies overseas, and if this is the start of a trend, are we equipped to reverse it?