Queer Dancer Profiles: Dee Alaba

CHICAGO—This post is part of a series of conversations with trans/genderqueer dancers to give you a broader idea of where we come from, what we’re…

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Queer Dancer Profiles: Jess Martin

CHICAGO—This post is part of a series of conversations with trans/genderqueer dancers to give you a broader idea of where we come from, what we’re…

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Queer Dancer Profiles: A. Raheim White

CHICAGO — This post is part of a series of conversations with trans/genderqueer dancers to give you a broader idea of where we come from,…

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Raising the standards for inclusive dance training: A profile on Ashaand Simone

CHICAGO — This post is part of a series of conversations with other trans/genderqueer dancers to give you a broader idea of where we come…

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Trans Dancer Profiles: Sam Virgilio

CHICAGO — When I started writing for Art Intercepts, I knew I wanted to expand my portion of this platform to include other trans voices….

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Pas de Queer: A brief primer on talking to trans and non-binary people

In the spirit of full disclosure, this is not a post about dance. Recently, some of my friends, coworkers, and family members have asked me…

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Pas de Queer: Am I (Midsummer Night) Dreaming?

CHICAGO — In April, my partner and I attended the Joffrey Ballet’s performance of Alexander Ekman’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. We loved it. Neither of us…

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Book Review: Clare Croft’s ‘Queer Dance’ is a deep dive of queer theory in the dance world

How do I even go about condensing Clare Croft’s “Queer Dance” into a review that you can read on your half hour lunch? This collection…

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Review: ‘Just Another Recent Grad Show’ is unpretentious, packed with potential

CHICAGO — What do you do when a broken skull and a scheduling conflict throw a wrench in your dancemaking? Anna Rodimtseva and Karen Yatsko…

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Kait’s New Year’s Resolution: Don’t Diet

At age thirteen, Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul told me being 5’2 and 115 pounds was overweight (who let them publish this?). My diet…

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