Like well-made furniture, Yael Flexer’s movement is functional. So perhaps it’s fitting that in Flexer’s “The Living Room,” the dancers jokingly furnish the bare space themselves.
“It’s not just about the audience watching us but it’s also about us in a sense watching them,” says choreographer Yael Flexer about her work.
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.
Chances are, when you think about dance, the word “ugly” doesn’t come to mind. But for the Intimadance festival at Tel Aviv’s Tmuna Theater, choreographers were specifically asked to explore the concept of ugliness.
(Video: Vertigo Dance Company in Noa Wertheim’s White Noise) There is no rest for the weary. In Israel, Saturday is Shabbat, the day of rest – but International Exposure is […]