Is Dance Too Insular? A Seasoned Critic on Why We Shouldn't Shun Outside Perspectives
I accepted most had next to zero physical preparing in the workmanship.
As somewhat threatened as I felt at the time—you take a stab at lounging around a gathering room table with Dance Magazine overwhelming hitters like Tobi Tobias and David Vaughan—I pompously gave myself props for at any rate having had late brushes with expressive dance, Graham, Duncan and Ailey and increasingly generous commitment with jazz and hip twirl. Watching artists in front of an audience, I appreciated recollections of steps and moves I knew in my very own bones. In the event that the music was correct, my shoulders would wriggle. I wasn't simply coolly passing judgment on things from my neck up.
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