State of the Art: Middle Eastern Dance by Lori Clark

"Middle Eastern dance schools play upon harem-mother-goddess fantasies of adult students. One has to give credit for business savvy, but what is being sacrificed in terms of art and ethics? In a bid to take over the local market, unskilled student dancers have been sent out on behalf of the studio to perform for fees that are either shockingly below the going rate or, which is worse, free."

Interview with Suzanne Carbonneau

"I think all of my favorite experiences in dance have to do with the way they make me realize how much I don’t know about the world. I know that’s why I keep going to dance."

Introduction Focus Section “The State of Dance” by Dr. Naima Prevots

Naima Prevots introduction to the "State of the Arts" focus section originally published in Bourgeon Vol.3 #1

Daniel Singh on Dakshina

Daniel Singh writes about why he makes dances, and the kind of dance he's working to make.

Stargazing by Angella Foster

With the premiere of my newest work, Stargazing, rapidly approaching, I've been spending a lot of my time attending to all the minutiae of the production at...

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