The festival, a five-day event including performances, video presentations, and community classes, profiles nine of Israel’s up-and-coming dance groups.
The Home Port festival was initiated by the Amuta (which translates as the Choreographers Association or the Choreographers Society), an umbrella organization for fifty-four independent choreographers who draw from styles as varied as contemporary dance, flamenco, and belly dance.
(Video: Hillel Kogan’s Everything) It’s another jam-packed day of dance-watching! Like Day 2 of International Exposure, Day 3 features two programs from the 2008 Curtain Up Festival. We’ll start our […]
(Hillel Kogan’s “Everything” will premiere in the 2008 Curtain Up Festival) * * * “Another Op’ning, another show In Philly, Boston, or Baltimo’ A chance for stage folks to say […]