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Ligia Lewis by Catherine Damman
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The recent conclusion of the choreographer’s trilogy, Water Will (in Melody), employs mime, gothic imagery, and a Grimm tale, to consider entanglements of nature, the feminine, and blackness.

Maren Hassinger by Mary Jones
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“Politics are always there, it’s inescapable. If you’re going to be a really good artist, it’s got to be there, because it is there.”

Winter Kept Us Warm: on Melinda Ring’s Forgetful Snow by Olive McKeon
Forgetful Snow

The historical, physical, and poetic forces that shape Ring’s triptych, Forgetful Snow.

Winter Kept Us Warm: on Melinda Ring’s Forgetful Snow by Olive McKeon
Forgetful Snow

The historical, physical, and poetic forces that shape Ring’s triptych, Forgetful Snow.

Alexandre Singh by David Levine
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David Levine and Alexandre Singh discuss the playwriting process, stage excretions, and traversing the art-theater divide.

Mariana Valencia by Effie Bowen
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Mariana Valencia on her sculptural arrangements of bodies and objects, teenagers in parking lots, and Bushwick sunsets.

Milka Djordjevich by Marissa Perel

The dancer on repetition, transformation, and abstracting everyday movement.

Private Gods by Emily Hoffman
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Emily Hoffman reviews the latest installment of Sarah Michelson’s Devotion series.

Emptiness and Ephemera by Cassie Peterson
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Choreographer Tere O’Connor’s work is grounded in multiplicity. Cassie Peterson explores its implications.

Fluid Brutality by Jesse Zaritt
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Beth Gill and Electric Midwife by Lauren Bakst
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Lauren Bakst talks with choreographer Beth Gill and the six women who perform in her latest work,Electric Midwife, about the perceptual possibilities of doubling and the depths of understanding sameness and difference.

Elizabeth Streb: Behind the Scenes

“Elizabeth Streb is one of the most daring thinkers and performers I have ever known.” -A.M.Homes

Elizabeth Streb by A.M. Homes
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“What would a purely physical kind of grace look like? It wouldn’t look like a ballet dancer’s grace.”

Michelle Boulé by Lauren Bakst

Lauren Bakst catches up with choreographer and performer Michelle Boulé during a rehearsal for her latest work, Hello, I need you.

Suzanne Farrell by Emily Fragos
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The purest paradigm of the Balanchine dancer, Suzanne Farrell relished performing boldly and off-balance, and the great choreographer created or reworked one masterpiece after another for her…

Vera Lutter by Peter Wollen
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According to most accounts, the camera obscura was developed in Europe during the 13th- and 14th-centuries, although versions of the device may have been used even earlier in China and the Arab world. 

Trisha Brown by Yvonne Rainer
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Two legends of dance and choreographer discuss improvisation, solo work, and producing different kinds of tension.

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