Renée Rothman, PhD
Dancer, writer, thinker, worker, and all that jazz
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After a one hour drive in the car and another half an hour on the train, we stepped out of the BART station and into Carnaval. It was a sensory delight: the smells of sausages cooking, dazzling sequined and vibrantly … Continue reading
You all know dance when you see it, right? Graceful, stylized movements through space driven by musical rhythms. And sports; we can all identify a sporting event, like boxing for example. You wouldn’t mistake a boxing match for ballroom dance, … Continue reading