I sat next to a man who had seen Batsheva’s “Venezuela” four times. “It’s not an easy one, is it,” he said.
That dance number looks way to familiar.
Batsheva’s NYFW transported viewers to the 1950’s — milkshakes and fries included.
At the Batsheva luncheon at the Plaza, privileged Orthodox women talk ‘empowerment’.
A Forward critic called Naharin’s “Last Work” “nothing short of a revelation.”
Naharin’s “Last Work” is one of the only visual artworks I have seen that captures the immediacy of music.
(JTA) — British composer and producer Brian Eno, a longtime supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement, has ordered an Israeli dance company to stop using his music. The Batsheva company has been using an Eno composition in its dance routine titled “Humus” since 2013, the London-based Jewish Chronicle reported. It was scheduled to perform…
Israeli-born choreographer Hofesh Shechter’s newest politically-charged production is genre-bending. It transports the audience to a dark, nightmarish dreamscape.
The opening performance of an Israeli dance troupe at the Edinburgh International Festival was disrupted four times last night, as protesters in the audience shouted “free Palestine.”
Scotland’s national poet has joined a group calling for a boycott of the Israeli dancing group Batsheva, set to perform at the Edinburgh International Festival.