In early October 1971, seven-year-old Sergio Neglia was in the audience for his father’s final performance. “It was a Sunday,” explains Sergio. “The next day he got on an airplane with nine other principal dancers from the Colon Theatre [the main opera house of Buenos Aires]. The plane went down and nobody survived.”
The ASFB dancers make the most of these sly and witty comedic “bits” and demonstrate their ability to harmonize as an ensemble.
Sunday was probably the only day this week that I might have had a “day off” from dance. I’m currently preparing to perform in the latest Suchu Dance work which opens this Thursday so, for me, the next seven days will be intensely movement and production oriented. I didn’t take the day off, however. I […]