About two weeks ago I saw José Navas’ Personae. Since I’ve been on a poetry jag for a while, I wasn’t quite certain how I would write about it in humorous verse. But then it occurred to me, instead of humorous verse, I could write a sonnet.
Sonnets are not easy.
And this isn’t a sonnet either. It’s got four too many lines, the meter is all over the place. It also probably could be helped with some judicious editing. But instead of having it hanging over my head, like so many other things, I made the executive decision to get it out.
In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand, Jenn Doan and Bettina Forget talk to Lys Stevens and Stephanie Felkai, founders of Movement Museum.
The theme song of the week is Barbie‘s version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Dancer by James Stephens, This Week in Dance History highlights José Navas, and the music played during the show is from Subtle Lip Can.
In this episode Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand interviews Louis Robitaille, artistic director of BJM Danse and Jose Navas of Compagnie Flak about Merce Cunningham, Part two of five of the Robin Henderson interview is played and Rachel Ni Chuinn and Zeke discuss the Awesome Montreal Dance Calendar and upcoming auditions for dancers in Montreal.