“Anna Sokolow, an American-born Jewish choreographer, carved out a space for herself in the Israeli dance landscape,” writes Hannah Kosstrin.
“After watching a bounty of dance performances back-to-back, it was Rooster that hit home and made me go see the show a second time the following week,” writes guest blogger Talia Baruch.
A conversation with Barak Marshall is like his choreography: fast-paced, peppered with diverse cultural references, and chock-full of attention-grabbing details.
“Everyone wants to perform here,” says Yair Vardi, director of the Suzanne Dellal Center. Judging by the roster of world-renowned dance productions descending on Tel Aviv, Vardi’s boast is not an exaggeration.