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American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History

My first book, American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History, was recently published by Voyageur Press. Click here for more information and to order.

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American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History

My first book, American Dance: The Complete Illustrated History, was recently published by Voyageur Press. Click here for more information and to order.

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Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet at the Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet has a repertoire full of “sock ballets,” typified by the thin socks the dancers often wear to help them glide over the floor, but also by a general slipperiness.

Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet at the Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet has a repertoire full of “sock ballets,” typified by the thin socks the dancers often wear to help them glide over the floor, but also by a general slipperiness.

6000 Miles Away–or, a Love Letter to Sylvie Guillem

[Read this article on The Huffington Post.] To American ballet fans younger than 35 or so, Sylvie Guillem is a mythical creature. We missed her years as the star of first the Paris Opéra Ballet and then the Royal Ballet.

6000 Miles Away–or, a Love Letter to Sylvie Guillem

[Read this article on The Huffington Post.] To American ballet fans younger than 35 or so, Sylvie Guillem is a mythical creature. We missed her years as the star of first the Paris Opéra Ballet and then the Royal Ballet.

Mad Science: David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group’s “Restless Eye”

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] “I’m interested in an irrational response to our perceived place in the universe.” So says choreographer David Neumann in his program notes for Restless Eye, which runs through April 1 at New York Live

Mad Science: David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group’s “Restless Eye”

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] “I’m interested in an irrational response to our perceived place in the universe.” So says choreographer David Neumann in his program notes for Restless Eye, which runs through April 1 at New York Live