Lar Lubovitch explains his need for “excellent dancers” and if his work has no transitions—or is all transitions.
Like her work, Camille A. Brown is sweet, funky, and socially aware.
The visionary Noémie Lafrance talks about the “hint cards” she gives to her audience.
Edwaard Liang explains why he likes the idea of freefall and tells us how he’s feeling leading up to his new Romeo and Juliet.
Darrell Grand Moultrie on what would make him freak out and how he approaches commercial work.
Jennifer Muller delves into her fascinating past, and discusses the difference between dancing with Pearl Lang and José Limón.
Helen Pickett discusses why are there so few women choreographers in ballet and what William Forsythe called “the Helen Pickett Sandwich.”
Nicolo Fonte on whether audience approval should influence choreographers.
Larry Keigwin gleefully treads the fine line between quirky and sexy. Part I: Part II: