While SummerDance 2010 has presented an array of Israeli dance at home, a number of Israeli choreographers and companies have also performed at prestigious festivals abroad.
“Five days later, we leave [International Exposure” with a semblance of an idea of what makes contemporary dance in Israel so vibrant,” says guest writer Brian Schaefer.
International Exposure 2009 will present the work of twenty-seven Israeli choreographers to over ninety guests including theater directors, festival directors, and journalists.
Newton said that to every action there is a reaction, and in “Trout,” the reactions to many actions are made visible.
As the buzz about this year’s 20th anniversary celebration grew, I wanted to find out more about the history of Curtain Up.