“Barnard/Columbia Dances” weaves silence and spoken word into contemporary dance at New York Live Arts
“6, A, A, A, A, A, B, 3, D2, C, 9,” a voice called out.
How does a body repeatedly collide with the ground, yet maintain its resilience? What does it mean for a ballet, an inherently light genre of dance, to be grounded? Where do dancers find the stamina to ceaselessly bound across the stage for a nearly 10-minute-long routine?...
Choreographer Claudia Schreier is pushing boundaries in ballet. She is one of the first full-time freelance ballet choreographers in the art form, as well as an exceptionally innovative artistic voice....