A party is a ritual. A gathering point around which new relationships might build or fall apart, when one might experience near-religious euphoria or deep existential angst.
Even as Körper’s stage imagery suggests that each body shares in its corporeality, its mortality — even as dancers entwine seamlessly — there are no slick answers for how we might return to the humane, to building connected, undivided communities.
Does it belong to Newton? Adam and Eve? Does Shiro Takatani want me to care?
Hyper-sensitive are the core components explored in Crowd and they are intrinsically present on Gisèle Vienne.
The Blues Project is part-homage to tap dancing part-concert. Five musicians accompany the dance performance with excellent tunes from the outset with…
Choreographer Sharon Eyal creates a disturbingly beautiful and dark piece of dance, with co-creator Gai Behar in a tainted picture of love.…