Choreographer and Gallim Dance artistic director Andrea Miller is known for visceral, imaginative work, where dancers can seem to do the impossible. She sat down with Dance Magazine editor at large Wendy Perron as part of our "Choreography in Focus" series to discuss rule-breaking, how Batsheva changed her and more:

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Sergio Trujillo joins Dance Magazine editor at large Wendy Perron as the first Broadway choreographer to be featured on "Choreography in Focus." They talk Jerome Robbins, his latest hit, On Your Feet!, and dancing with Michelle Obama.

Gus Solomons Jr and Michael Blake of PARADIGM in "Idyll" by Kate Weare.

Wendy Perron chats with Gus Solomons jr about his relationship with teaching, his history with Donald McKayle and other dance legends and the difference in his approach to Graham and Cunningham techniques.


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Choreographer Jeanine Durning sits down with Wendy Perron to chat about Deborah Hay's influence on her work, the real meaning of "improvisation" and her nonstop talking performance piece, inging.


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Wendy Perron sits down with Complexions Contemporary Ballet founding artistic director Dwight Rhoden to talk the origins of the company, William Forsythe's role in his career and why Russian audiences love his work.



Courtesy of Susan Marshall & Company.

Wendy Perron talks to choreographer Susan Marshall about the works that inspire her, her collaboration with Philip Glass, and getting back on the stage for her upcoming work, Chromatic.

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Wendy Perron and Houston Ballet artistic director Stanton Welch speak in the lobby of the Joyce Theater in New York City about Welch's work and upcoming 10-year anniversary in Houston.


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