A dance performance is a tricky thing. In a play, characters can emote through their voices, actually act the action. Dancers often must convey all of the same using only the intensity of their performance: the nuance of an arm or leg placement, the quickness (or slowness) of tempo, the excruciatingly long hold of a pose or the fast-paced, frenetic movement that counters it. When done well, it's a captivating marriage of the physical and the... More >>>