Category Archives: OHAD NAHARIN

From Montpellier Avec Amour

By Victoria Looseleaf How do I love thee, Montpellier Danse, let me count the ways: I love thee on opening night (June 22 – July 7, 2011), when old colleagues come together again, especially over beautiful French Champagne and tournedos … Continue reading

Posted in ALBAN RICHARD, BARTABAS, BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY, ISRAEL GALVAN, JEAN-PAUL MONTANARI, MONTPELLIER DANSE, OHAD NAHARIN, PERCUSSIONISTS OF STRASBOURG, RAFAEL NADAL, WIMBLEDON | Comments Off

Around & About Amsterdam…Again

By Victoria Looseleaf She hasn’t blogged from the road before, but The Leaf will give it a shot. Needless to say, she is happiest when traveling around the world (she loves interviewing cool peeps, too, such as Javier Bardem, Jane … Continue reading

Posted in AMSTERDAM, BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY, CHRIS PINE, GAGA, JANE FONDA, JAVIER BARDEM, Los Angeles Times, OHAD NAHARIN, The Looseleaf Report | Comments Off

Hubbard Street’s Got Hubba-Hubba

By Victoria Looseleaf The 110-mile round trip drive from The Leaf’s digs in Beverly Hills…Adjacent…to the County Orange, is not exactly her favorite. Thank God, then, for Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, which held court Saturday for a sold-out crowd of … Continue reading

Posted in ALEJANDRO CERRUDO, ASZURE BARTON, BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY, COLBURN DANCE INSTITUTE, GAGA, GLENN EDGERTON, HUBBARD STREET DANCE CHICAGO, IRVINE BARCLAY THEATRE, OHAD NAHARIN, SHARON EYAL | Comments Off