Lynn Matluck Brooks
Dance: Fusion/360°, Then/Now
How can works from 75 years ago still read so strikingly? Each company on this shared program also showed new work.
September 7, 2013
The World Dance Alliance and Dance Critics Associations Hold 2013 Conferences in Vancouver, B.C.
August 14, 2013
Viewing Made to Order
To explore the flavors offered up by the world of screen-dance, try "Dances Made to Order," an assortment of short films by artists from all over the map.
July 16, 2013
Three Flavors of Ballet
In this highly episodic ballet, little Oliver Percy, danced by Lucas Tischler, sneaks into a natural history museum, falls asleep, and dreams up adventures with all the animals-come-to-life.
May 14, 2013
Pua, Politics, and Tap
Lynn Matluck Brooks reports on intersections of performance and social change at the Asian Arts Initiative.
March 25, 2013
Creatures of Earth and Myth
Can, will, should opera survive into the twenty-first century? Will "Wolf-in-Skins" be one to land such a coveted spot?
January 30, 2013
Time Flies, Flows, and Follows: Return Return Departure
Time—as concept, construct, and reality—was engulfed in layers of questions and musings, artifacts and objects, sound and movement.
December 10, 2012
May I Have This Dance, By Chance?
I chance upon pieces dancing around the Bride: Cage’s neat scores, Duchamp’s nudes descending shattered large glasses, Cunningham’s reeling dances.
November 17, 2012