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Writing on Texas Dance in 2016
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 …
Shuffling Off To Buffalo
I recently penned a preview of Romeo and Juliet for Neglia Ballet Artists, a Buffalo dance company. The article is now live at ArtVoice.com. Read an excerpt or visit the full article.
THREE at the CORE: A Conversation With Sue Schroeder, Artistic Director of Several Dancers Core
Sue Schroeder, Several Dancers Core founder and artistic director, took some time to talk with me about THREE. The performance will include three works, by three female choreographers, from three different locales.
Teresa Chapman & Leslie Scates: The Convenient Woman
The Conveient Woman is a dance-theatre performance that provides a personal and satirical look at our culture’s obsession with conveniences, afflictions of dissatisfaction and discontent, and pursuit of the feminine ideal.