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.
“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.
As usual, there are lots of dance performances happening in Israel’s dance scene this month – but as I looked at the calendar, I realized that October is packed with several extra-special events.
The Big Stage celebrated not only the Suzanne Dellal Center’s birthday, but also Tel Aviv’s centennial. Accordingly, the festival reflected the city’s artistic treasures.