A stereotype persists of the "dumb dancer," the beautiful mover with nothing much to say. Like many stereotypes, this slander may contain a kernel of truth; there are men and women who enter the field, in part, because language is not their first language, and they prefer to speak with their bodies. This situation has given employment to generations of dance writers. Our greatest pleasure comes when artists thank us for what we've published, observing that we've understood their work, and articulated it, better... More >>>