In many ways, we truly don’t want to define Jazz dance; we want to live it, to feel it, to move with it.
Category: In Their Own Words
Helen Rea discusses her process as a teacher, and the ways that she encourages students to accept and enjoy their experiences in motion.
The founder and Artistic Director of the D.C. Cowboys writes about his work with the company, their mission, and their plans.
“One of my least favorite cultural institutions here is the Auto Hotel. Auto Hotels are designed expressly for covert sexual encounters, and they’re everywhere. When you drive into an auto-hotel an attendant waves you toward a very tight enclosed parking space.”
I am trying to make sense out of the intersection of literature/narrative and dance. In the creation of Tundra, I started with a series of questions. What is it to be a woman in the world, alone?
Dana Tai Soon Burgess writes about the development of his new dance piece – Chino Latino – and the work’s roots in his experiences as a teenager in Santa Fe.