On John Coltrane’s “After the Rain” by Joseph Ross

Even the air seems to take a breath once the shower gives

Chino Latino by Dana Tai Soon Burgess

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.

Letter from the Editor – Bourgeon Vol. 1 #1

Letter from the Editor introducing the first printed issue of Bourgeon, including a quote from Moshe Feldenkrais that technique "makes the impossible possible, the difficult easy, and the easy effortless.”

Tearful Photography at the Katzen by Kendall Breitman

It’s Laurel Nakadate’s party, and she’ll cry if she wants to. In an acknowledgement to loneliness, Nakadate’s photography exhibition “365 Days: A Catalogue of Tears” chronicles images captured...

A College Degree: What is it Good For? by Gesel Mason

Choreographer, Dancer, and Teacher Gesel Mason considers the purpose of a college dance degree for aspiring dancers - learning to master Fear.