Documentary ‘Mr. Gaga’ a Brilliant Portrait of Ohad Naharin

“When I am asked why did I call my last creation ‘Last Work,’ one of the answers that I give is maybe it is my last work since we live in a country that is infested with racists, bullies, lots of ignorance, lots of abuse of power, fanatics… and it reflects on how people choose our government. This government puts in danger not just my work as a creator, it puts in danger the existence all of us here in this country that I love so much. Are we going to be here?” Continue reading Documentary ‘Mr. Gaga’ a Brilliant Portrait of Ohad Naharin

Maree ReMalia’s ‘The Ubiquitous Mass of Us’ explores how we take up space

By Steve Sucato Outer space may be the final frontier, but it is the space we humans occupy on Earth that has inspired countless choreographers and their works. The latest to address that subject is choreographer Maree ReMalia, whose The Ubiquitous Mass of Us premieres June 14 as part of the New Hazlett Theater’s Community Supported Art performance series. ReMalia — who also performs with the Staycee … Continue reading Maree ReMalia’s ‘The Ubiquitous Mass of Us’ explores how we take up space