Category Archives: Discussion

ArtsPool.co is live!

As many of you know, I’ve been working on a project for some time now to create a cooperative framework for nonprofit arts management. This project has the potential to change the way we undertake arts administration, freeing up time … Continue reading

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Now and Then

Now and Then, my new reading series that is part of my Nonlinear Lineage project kicks off Monday, February 24th! The series will feature performance texts (and texts about performance) from the past in conversation with current writings.  Each event includes two writer/readers sharing … Continue reading

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Dance and the Museum … and me

The folks at Movement Research’s Critical Correspondence asked me to post some thoughts on the current trend of presenting dance in the context of museums. You can read what I had to say here. Check out responses from others as well, … Continue reading

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A gentle return

Movement Research’s Critical Correspondence website is featuring some of my writing this month, including this new, short piece, proposing some ideas about performance as influenced by motherhood. As the Fall blows closer, there will be much more to report, but … Continue reading

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Collective Insourcing

In an attempt to put my effort where my mouth is, I’m working on a project to re-shape how non-profits work: Collective Insourcing, an A.R.T./New York project funded by the Rockefeller Foundation Cultural Innovation Fund, is currently in development, on the basis of … Continue reading

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Credit Where it’s Due

I’m delighted to have contributed this piece, on the importance of crediting dancers as artists, to Claudia La Rocco’s excellent Performance Club. Enjoy.

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In discussion with: Beth Gill

This discussion with Beth Gill about her piece Electric Midwife, took place on Sunday, October 23, 2011.  The next day, Beth won two “Bessie” Awards for the work, and composer Jon Moniaci was also honored with a Bessie for his … Continue reading

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