A review of Douglas Dunn's "Tandem," presented at the SoHo loft where he's worked and lived since 1982.
A review of the final (live) performance of No Boundaries: Dancing the Visions of Contemporary Black Choreographers.
A review of Jack Ferver's Everything Is Imaginable at New York Live Arts.
For Dance Magazine's April issue, a look at Katy Pyle's reinventions of the ballet canon and ballet class: "What if we were all in a ballet and it was actually about us?"
A preview of Reggie Wilson's "Dancing Platform, Playing Grounds: Blackness, Churches, and Downtown Dance" at Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church.
More on the rebranding of PS122. To what extent does a name matter? What happens to the history it holds?
An interview with Hadar Ahuvia about her work on Israeli folk dance, Everything you have is yours?, before its premiere at the 14th Street Y.
On Mina Nishimura's Bladder Inn (and X, Y, Z, W), a dance for the far reaches of St. Mark's Church.
On tracing/chasing dance histories, through the lens of recent works by ODC/Dance, Marc Brew, and Mike and Dr. Mique'l Dangeli. For Open Space's Limited Edition series.
On the long-awaited reopening of PS122 — now Performance Space New York.