Articles from the ‘Interviews’ collection

Melanie does a kick forward onstage.

Perceiving and Being Perceived

Melanie Greene, a dancer, choreographer, writer, and podcaster currently based in New Orleans, explores the Black female experience through an Afro-futuristic lens, as well as the intersections of her performance and journalistic experiences.

Several dancers wearing white make poses with their arms reaching in many directions. They are inside a church.

Dancing on Behalf of Peace

Marla Durden and Christine Gautreaux, leaders in the InterPlay community, are producing a free online event, Dances on Behalf of Peace. They share how people can get involved and what dancing on behalf of peace means to them.

Two older dancers wearing red lead a group of people behind them in a senior center.

Sharing Dance Across Populations

Naomi Goldberg Haas, artistic director of Dances For A Variable Population in New York City, promotes strong and creative movement among adults of all ages and abilities through educational and performance opportunities.