Tag Archive: Performance Arts

Triple Threat: A Personal View of Intersectionality. Guest review (contains spoilers)

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Guest post on Sony Nwachukwu’s choreopoem, part of Making Black History at Poplar Union

Haruspex

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As I did last Monday, I’ve found an interesting sounding name and then gone looking for a dance image that corresponded to it. Haruspex was a difficult one; I spent a while thinking… Continue reading

Words Worth, Negative Space, Light, Dark and Shadow

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All pictures: Dancers performing Easy to Love, choreographed by Anton Du Beke I’ve been working on a piece about dance in Renaissance images with a lovely lady from the National Gallery. Can’t write… Continue reading

Tainted Virtue

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Both images: Milo Miles in Tainted Virtue at the Brick House It was while talking to Milo and Leonardo at Top Hats and High Heels Cabaret at the Pleasance Theatre in the summer… Continue reading