My creative process is first and foremost about listening. On one level, it is listening to myself. On another level, it is listening for a match between what I feel compelled or inspired to say, and what I see in the world around me.
Category: From the Editors
“I’m an aspiring storyteller, I guess. But I’ve realized more and more that you don’t have to have very many ingredients to imply that there’s a story, without actually telling it.”
I am celebrating my thirtieth anniversary in the area by doing some of the things I love most: making dances, working with artists, and singing.
A few years ago I was asked by a non-profit organization to dance Isadora Duncan’s Marseillaise at one of their events. The problem was that The Marseillaise is a lost choreography! There are no pictures or video from performance.
The founder of dance at Glen Echo discusses the dance scene in Washington in the 1970s and 1980s, and how she worked with the Park Service to create one of the first major local public dance institutions.
Excerpt from an interview with Sean Curran about his involvement in political activism.