Beth Corning, Dance Alloy’s Artistic Director, shares her vision of building a modern repertory touring company that showcases great choreographers.
I didn’t come to hear the Dance Alloy’s new artistic director wax rhapsodic about the ethereal nature of dance. (I’ll leave that to the dance critics.) My quest was for a vividly sketched reality check about the rigors of working as a professional dancer, especially in a pop culture prone to TV, videogames and computer screens . . .