Contemporary dance in Houston has gradually returned to the stage as the threat of Covid-19 subsides. With that, my contribution to Dance Source Houston’s publication The Dance DiSH has also picked up again.
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The Last One Before a Global Pandemic
The Last One Before a Global Pandemic… Little did I know that life—and art—as we knew it would be interrupted for months.
These Stories Have Houston and Dance in Common
Learn about the Houston-based quartet Group Acorde and the two dancers and two musicians who founded it. Then, read the University of St. Thomas dance program’s origin story.
Houston Institutions: Dance Salad, “Sky” Dance & SPA’s New CEO
Three articles for Arts+Culture Texas Magazine covering Dance Salad’s 2019 festival, aerial dance throughout the state of Texas and an interview with Meg Booth, CEO of Houston’s Society of the Performing Arts.
Dance Month Scratches A Niche
Every year, The Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center of Houston presents an entire month of dance events, filling a special niche within the local dance community by bringing small companies not seen before in the city and presenting Houston’s own emerging choreographers as well.