During our interview, Noa reflected on the development of her movement vocabulary, the evolution of her repertory, her choreographic process, and the relationship of her work to her upbringing on a kibbutz and to the larger Israeli society.
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: 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 […]
This collaboration between choreographer Noa Dar and visual artist Nati Shamia-Opher shapes the performance space into the most alternative set-up that I have ever witnessed, and it left its mark on my mind when I saw it last year.