Besides talking about his pathway into dance, his creative process, and the workings of Adama, Nir Ben-Gal shares his outlook on dance, religion, culture, healing, and non-violence.
Liat Dror talks about how she and Nir Ben-Gal forged a new path in Israeli contemporary dance, moved to the desert, and developed an innovative approach to healthy, healing movement.
Noa Wertheim talks about building the Eco-Art Village, choreographing the site-specific environmental dance “Birth of the Phoenix,” and engaging in “tikkun olam” – healing the world – through her work.
A conversation with Barak Marshall is like his choreography: fast-paced, peppered with diverse cultural references, and chock-full of attention-grabbing details.
Prior to taking Manhattan by storm with her three-year-old company, Gallim Dance, Andrea lit up the stage as a member of the Batsheva Ensemble.