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There’s been less and less risk taken with choreographers at dance companies. When’s the last time you heard really challenging music at a ballet performance?
And I want to revive older works every year, like we did with Merce Cunningham.
As the artistic director of your company, how do you address this issue? As a director, it’s your responsibility to give choreographers the right opportunity, and you have to drive them in the right direction with the work they’re gonna make and give them the rehearsal time they need. In the contemporary dance world, there’s a ton of female choreographers.
I’m really trying to find and showcase the talent that is out there. Next year, we’re doing work by a female choreographer who hasn’t been on the kind of trendy lists of choreographers. Some of the most successful modern dance choreographers have been women.
I want to give opportunities to choreographers that aren’t necessarily well-known.
That feeds into the conversation taking place about the lack of female choreographers or representation of works by females. Ultimately, the problem is with the nature of classical ballet.
But the thing is, the field needs people who have knowledge and experience that draw from beyond the ballet world.I think that ballet’s had a problem a problem with education within the form and with the people who are tasked to move the art form further. I think of Balanchine, who read consistently, or Lincoln Kirstein [co-founder of the New York City Ballet], who organized art exhibits and showcases in New York. There are so many wonderful works that can be revived and seen alongside new work.December 18, 2017 - With 121 guys online right now, you can always find some fun.You need leaders that have larger artistic breadth and broader visions.If you think of opera directors and the worlds that they’re creating on stage, it goes so much farther than, say, the conventional production that hasn’t really changed at all. And I want the company to be a home for all the works that we don’t see, that aren’t done; all these pieces of great American modern dance.