Heidi Latsky Dance opened their "Triptych" Sunday with "Somewhere," dressed in all white, under hanging lights that lit the stage like stars, some dangling lower and some shining brighter, standing on a surface of wide black and white stripes. They started moving without music, holding stillness then springing into motion simultaneously. Atonal music created by … Continue reading Heidi Latsky Dance at the American Dance Festival
The week before the American Dance Festival opened I had a dream that Shen Wei Dance Arts performed inside a fish tank. I thought it was a strange and funny dream until from the audience at the season opening performance I was reminded of their fluid movement. The dancers move as easily and dreamily as … Continue reading The liquid art of Shen Wei
Here are some photos of beautiful work by North Carolina Artists. Renee Aumiller's piece was inspired by Cormac McCarthy's book The Road, wich I've never read and although it's on my shelf I most likely never will. But I have read about it, things such as "... ashen, post-apocolyptic landscape..." and "... wanders about in the forest … Continue reading Here and Now: NC Dances at ADF
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You're Me is a surprising, outrageous and fearless duet featuring Driscoll and Jesse Zarritt. Watching the literal disintegration of image, relationship and sanity was disturbing and provocative. I assumed the title, You're Me, was a person speaking to a partner, but somewhere in the the middle of the performance I felt it was me (or … Continue reading Faye Driscoll at ADF – You’re Me
Jordan Kriston in esc, a Pilobolus world premiere created in collaboration with Penn & Teller.
Here are my thoughts about the beautiful Shen Wei Dance Arts on Triangle A&E.