September 2012

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    Curtain Up

    Dancers lead such nomadic lives that it’s unusual to find an accomplished ballerina who just stayed home. That is ... More »

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    Huge Talent: Maggie Small

    This ballerina has deep roots at Richmond Ballet.     Maggie Small in Karinska costume for Balanchine’s Liebesleder Waltzer. ... More »

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Performing Arts, Marketing.  Group shot of BodyCartography Project dancers in nature to be used for marketing and promotion of Super Nature, an installation that will take place in the Friedman Gallery on May 31 - June 3, 2012.
The work is co-commissioned by the Walker.  From website:
In an empty gallery, one member of the public will meet one performer and have a non-verbal interaction. Both performer and audience will have agency to transform the energy of the space through their behavior and social interaction, sometimes very subtle and sometimes extreme. In Super Nature we seek to engage an audience’s visceral response over their need to immediately make cognitive meaning from what they see. In other words, we will endeavor to choreograph empathy.

    The Fresh Sights of Fall

    A guide to the new season     BodyCartography Project, coming to Walker Art Center in October. Photo by ... More »

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    The L.A. Experiment

    Benjamin Millepied’s new company tests the city’s appetite for concert dance.     Millepied rehearsing his ballet Plainspoken with ... More »

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    Why I Dance: Troy Ogilvie

    With a blend of raw physicality and feminine strength, Troy Ogilvie captivates audiences. The Piscataway, NJ, native graduated from ... More »