Monthly Archives: December 2008

Interview: Didy Veldman

Interview with Didy Veldman

Are you busy these days?
It varies, but if I do two to three things a year, that’s really plenty for me. I don’t want to do too much because I have a family, two kids, there’s a certain dynamic that works for the family and I’m sticking to it. I’ve made the mistake before of piling things too close together…

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ODC/Dance Unintended Consequences/Origins of Flight Joyce Theater, New York City

ODC/Dance originated as the Oberlin Dance Collective, which was started in Ohio in the late 1960s before founder Brenda Way resettled it in San Francisco in 1976. Anyone who’s studied traditional modern dance in the U.S. will recognize the techniques … Continue reading

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Martha Clarke’s The Garden of Earthly Delights

Martha Clarke’s name brings to mind a number of impressive associations. She studied at the Juilliard School under Anthony Tudor and Anna Sokolow. She was later a founding member of Pilobolus. Her career encompassed both directing and choreography, making dances … Continue reading

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