BODIES IN TRANSLATION: Week 5, Much Needed Perspective

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The Pennsylvania Ballet will be the first American ballet company to learn Trisha Brown’s O zlozony / O composite (performances June 9–12 tickets/info), a 2004 trio made for the Paris Opera Ballet. These essays, written by long time Trisha Brown Company dancer Neal Beasley, detail the experience of setting Brown’s work on the Pennsylvania Ballet dancers. I’ve spent a… Read more »

BODIES IN TRANSLATION: Week 4, Paying Attention

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The Pennsylvania Ballet will be the first American ballet company to learn Trisha Brown’s O zlozony / O composite (performances June 9–12 tickets/info), a 2004 trio made for the Paris Opera Ballet. These essays, written by long time Trisha Brown Company dancer Neal Beasley, detail the experience of setting Brown’s work on the Pennsylvania Ballet dancers. On my first… Read more »

Getting to the Nuts and Bolts of Trisha Brown

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Getting to the Nuts and Bolts of Trisha Brown, written by Julia Lendy, is reposted with kind permission from the FringeArts Blog (fringearts.com/blog). On April 29, Trisha Brown’s dance legacy was represented by three generations of her dancers in a rehearsal studio on the top floor of the Main Building at Drexel University for In the New… Read more »

BODIES IN TRANSLATION: Week Two, Trust Fall

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The Pennsylvania Ballet will be the first American ballet company to learn Trisha Brown’s O zlozony / O composite (performances June 9–12 tickets/info), a 2004 trio made for the Paris Opera Ballet. These essays, written by long time Trisha Brown Company dancer Neal Beasley, detail the experience of setting Brown’s work on the Pennsylvania Ballet dancers. The Louise Reed… Read more »