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The Ephemeral On Film - San Francisco Dance Film Festival celebrates dance films and videos. Three-D technology could be the single greatest innovation in the history of dance documentation. Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-October 2013
The name Camille Claudel arouses great passion in France. Catherine Conway Honig Scene4 Magazine-December 2013
Rodin & Mapplethorpe and Millepied & Balanchine. Photography as an easier way of making sculpture. Catherine Conway Honig Scene4 Magazine-August 2014
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Manipulating the Masses | Celebrating 30 years of choreography at the Festival d�Automne � Paris. The audience in Paris responded to Maguy Marin's
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reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Hope Mohr Dance and Du�an T�nek Dance Theatre | Du�an T�nek and Hope Mohr shared the common experience of years of training at the Merce Cunningham Studio and their devotion to this demanding and detailed technique is clear in both their work.. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-April 2012
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Cranko and McGregor: What A Difference A Half Century Makes | Imagine a bright white stage, glaring white lights and clamoring modern music. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-March 2012
reView - DANCE | Scene 4 | Balanchine at San Francisco Ballet | The rhythm of their jumps, the weight of their landings and the silence when they were suspended in the air was the music he needed to hear. San Francisco Ballet�s recent all-Balanchine program featured two masterpieces that provided the audience with the opportunity to appreciate the subtlety of these sounds. | Catherine Conway Honig | Scene4 Magazine-May 2012
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