November 29, 2017

When is a dance not a dance? This question was on my mind during Gillian Walsh’s Moon Fate Sin, a title that, while poetic, doesn’t evoke the work.

TWO MINUTES TO READ.

LINK TO REVIEW AFTER PICTURE AND PREVIEW.

 Gillian Walsh's Moon Fate Sin at Danspace Project. Photo by...

November 25, 2017

As a woman of a certain age, I’m always delighted when dancers who aren’t spring chickens take the stage. There is, however, the fear that their technique will not hold up to the demands of the choreography.

Below is a picture of Natalie Rogers performing in Garth Fagan...

November 14, 2017

Maybe it's because of the political climate in the United States, but I have been dreaming of other places, specifically Europe where there's healthcare and leaders who can phrase coherent thoughts. 

Europe has often held an allure for American dancers, whether rightly...

November 3, 2017

I recently completed a blog tour for The Winner: A Ballroom Dance Novel. It went well, thanks for asking. In addition to the reviews I received, I wrote two guests posts (you can read them here and here) and was supposed to have a featured interview, the latter of whic...

November 3, 2017

Like Vicky, the heroine in The Red Shoes, sometimes, I’m just torn. While my review heads in one direction, the final conclusion makes a hard left turn.

Why, you ask?

Well, you’ll have to read to find out!

THREE MINUTES TO READ.

PREVIEW AND LINK AFTER PICTURE.

 Marcelo Gome...

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