It’s early fall so there’s much to write about in Houston dance. First up, my review of Fringe Festival contribution “The Sky Was Wild With Sunshine,” choreographed by Ashley Horn Nott. Followed by a feature article for Arts+Culture Magazine’s October issue, available in print and online, entitled “The Fest Test: The Impact of Dance Festivals on Texas Dance.” Click the images to read the articles.
Navid Charkhi has booked big movie musicals like Descendants, TV shows like Once Upon a Time, and performed live in Vancouver’s 2010 Olympic Opening Ceremony. I enjoyed getting to know and write about this emerging talent.
The year is coming to a close. I’ve written pieces for Houston’s premiere dance organization, Dance Source Houston; Texas’ primary source for Arts+Culture news, A+C Texas Magazine; and even wrapped Houston Ballet into the content at Dance Advantage.
Click the photos below for a small taste of my work and what Texas dance had to offer in 2016.
Keanu Uchida is an intelligent dancer with many talents. It was interesting to get to know this young Canadian and talk with him about his work.
Recently appearing in Fox Network’s Rocky Horror production, Canadian dancer, Justin Lopes explains how he got started in dance.
…And what it was like to be part of the cast:
Featured on Ground Report, this profile on Australian dancer Nick Phillips was fun to write.
This one for Tinsel Town News covered Nick’s role in Legends, for which he toured with Oscar-winning actress Hayley Mills and her sister Juliet.