Posts Tagged ‘Liberty Station’
Malashock, Griffin Choreograph Hope
Two “tribes”—one dressed in brown, the other in green—exchange wary glances. Using wooden cubes, they stake out their territory and line up, facing off. Yet, a moment later, a man ventures out from the four-person greens, a woman from the browns. To music with a waltz tempo, they explore lyrical partnering.
How do we respond to someone we perceive as “other?” With curiosity or fear?Read More
Good News: Intrepid is Back in Town
A solo show in a venue under the flight path and meant for dance performances: what an appropriate way to welcome Intrepid Theatre Company back to San Diego…Read More
Show Gives “Propulsion” to New Dancemakers, New Audiences
High-energy “Propulsion” showcases Blythe Barton’s visceral combat, Lara Segura’s thorny relationships, Andrew Holmes’s deft use of space, and John Paul Lawson’s “Yippee! I get to leap!”Read More