Review: BodyTraffic at the Broad Stage

Is there a more fabulous pairing on the LA dance scene than whip-smart, oversized Andrew Wojtal  and the physically omniscient Guzmán Rosado in Richard Siegal’s “The New 45”? Naw, I doubt it. Not quite a couple, but something closer to buddy-movie material, Wojtal and Rosado slip in and out of one another’s orbit, wiggling body …

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Review: New repertory from Barak Ballet

I think Melissa Barak is one of our most talented and skillful ballet choreographers, one of the increasingly rare dance-makers who still believes in classical dance as a medium of artistry.    I also find that the qualities that attract me to her work—its orderliness, romance, effortless flow, and her insightful use of the ballet …

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