Category Archives: REDCAT

Have A Little Faith

By Victoria Looseleaf Can’t tear yourself away from the ongoing insanity that is/has been/and will, no doubt, continue to be coverage of the event known simply as The Royal Wedding? Somehow The Leaf, who much prefers the Fred Astaire version … Continue reading

Posted in DON QUIXOTE, EIFMAN BALLET OF ST. PETERSBURG, FAITH, FRED ASTAIRE, KATE MIDDLETON, L.A. TIMES, MACALLAN SCOTCH, PAT GRANEY COMPANY, PRINCE WILLIAM, REDCAT, ROYAL WEDDING, WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL | Comments Off

Slow Dancing…With Spuds

By Victoria Looseleaf Buttocks. Beauty. Bach. Welcome to butoh, Eiko and Koma-style. The married couple, who met in 1971 in Tatsumi Hijikata’s Tokyo studio and are two of the most revered artists in the dance world, imbue butoh – a … Continue reading

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On Queers, Harps, and Hanging On

Dances with Harps, featuring Ellen Barnaby (background), Johnni Durango, and composer/harpist Zeena Parkins (in profile). Photo by Frank Mullaney. By Victoria Looseleaf For those of you following me on Facebook and Twitter, you know that I’ve had blood clots in … Continue reading

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