• He’s going to say something. He moves his lips in front of the microphone. He adjusts. He adjusts again. At the back of the space the other dancer is moving in position. He stands up, walks to the front. Then they are both standing alert. Still. Breathing. Then break. Shadows against the white paper. Copy […]

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  • For me, last night’s Dance Discourse Project: Writing About Dance was a powerful and very mixed experience. Mostly I’m feeling grateful. I’m grateful that four dance writers—Rachel Howard, Rita Felciano, Ann Murphy, and Keith Hennessy— for giving us a window into their world. Rachel talked candidly about the nuts and bolts of her role at […]

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