A review of Bouquet at the Chocolate Factory.
A look inside the U.S. Pole Dance Championship and the curious hybrid of art, sport, exotic dance and fitness craze that pole dancing has become.
A preview of Rudy Perez’s 1970 Coverage as revived by the Stephen Petronio Company.
An interview with Angie Pittman about Came Up in a Lonely Castle, her duet with line dance instructor Anita Mullin.
An interview with Louis Mofsie, director of the Thunderbird American Indian Dancers.
I started a newsletter! (And in the spirit of keeping it low-maintenance, chose the most obvious title I could think of.) The first dispatch includes ramblings on perfectionism, why I’m hooked on the Pro Cheerleading Podcast, and more. You can read it and sign up for future letters (delivered straight to your inbox roughly twice a month) here.
A preview of the First Nations Dialogues, a weeklong series bringing together Indigenous artists from Australia, Canada, and the United States, including Muriel Miguel of Spiderwoman Theater, below.
Looking back on dance in 2018, I highlight one standout moment (among many): Kyle Abraham’s first ballet, The Runaway.