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.
As the Big Range Dance Festival in Houston prepares for its final weekend, here’s a look at an article I wrote for Arts + Culture Magazine on Houston’s emerging group of choreographers and how they’re securing a foothold in the dance community.
Psophonia Dance Company, co-founders and Artistic Directors, Sophia Torres and Sonia Noriega are keeping the work flowing even while giving up their choreographers’ chairs to some fresh blood – their dancers. New Pulse, which presents at Barnevelder November 18 and 19, will feature original choreography by current and former members of the company.
Some highlights of Nichelle’s writing career… so far. Categories include reporting, criticism, interviews, and instructional writing.
Ripe with prepossessing charm, all three works are welcome additions to the Houston Ballet repertoire. This city is winning as our resident ballet company continues to raise the bar… barre.