Renée Rothman, PhD
Dancer, writer, thinker, worker, and all that jazz
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I am so behind in writing that I haven’t had time to tell you all about my weekend at Tribal Fest (un-be-fucking-lievable), FCBD’s Devotion concert (a return to our American bellydance roots), or even Siwa’s and Helené’s folkloric troupe performances … Continue reading
SeSe Egan hosted a concert of (mostly) solo works by her students at the Pacific Cultural Center on Saturday night. This annual showcase concludes SeSe’s spring choreography class, though it might better be called a master class. Each student (sixteen … Continue reading