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.
International Exposure brought the dance scene into focus for me, clarifying and sharpening some observations I had started to form since my research began in 2007.
(Video: Ov by Renana Raz and Ofer Amram) The opening night of International Exposure whetted my appetite for a festival full of Israeli contemporary dance, and now I’m ready for […]
With Niv’s background in dance and Oren’s training in theater – and with the special synergy between them – their work has the power to probe the depths of human relationships and prompt laughter at the lighter moments of life.
(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 […]