Tere O’Connor doesn’t make dances about his life or anybody else’s life. Like the late Merce Cunningham, he makes dances about dancing. However, since human beings are what we’re watching onstage, we spectators inevitably see meaning in his work and impute meanings to it. I think O’Connor is OK with that; one of the essays that’s included in his company’s press packet puts forward his belief that “meaning in dance is arrived at in collaboration with the audience’s endlessly expanding... More >>>