In: Dance TRaC

Point of View of the Dancer
May 15, 2015

I cannot escape from here Must I meet with my young? Is that her call? Is that my new awakening? My…

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A Husband, a Wife, a Dance
January 22, 2014

Last fall, Dance TRaC saw a number of spectacular performances, including the Houston Ballet at the Joyce Theater. Check out…

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Pleas for a Dollar
December 4, 2012

I am at the Harlem Stage Theater waiting for Kyle Abraham’s Pavement to start. I sit in the purple cushioned chairs as…

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Ordinary People Define Dance Through Self-expression
October 29, 2012

For years, spectators have been questioning dance, and it’s capabilities.  Jérôme Bel challenges technique, and the extents of dance through…

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It’s All About the Instrument
October 26, 2012

An explosion of sound echoes through MoMA as Faustin Linyekula’s What Is Black Music Anyway…/Self-Portraits fills the atrium during the Some sweet…

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