Articles by Jeni Tu
I went with Courtney to UDMA the other weekend and had a great time catching up with everyone—costume and shoe vendors, event organizers, studio owners attending the show, you name it.
Aside from the regular chitchat, … Continue reading
New York is truly an embarrassment of riches when it comes to dance—and we, as dance editors, are so very lucky to live here—so I hope you will enjoy the occasional post from us about … Continue reading
This is Part II of my NYC dance reviews from the past weekend. Click here to read Part I, about the acrobatic show Traces.
Last Sunday, I had a chance to see the last performance of … Continue reading
Hi everyone! I apologize for being out of touch. The holidays were crazy as always, and after a much-needed vacation with my family in Taiwan and Hong Kong, it took longer than usual to readjust … Continue reading
Very apropos of our current issue, the New York City Public Library for the Performing Arts is opening an exhibit next Monday titled, “Curtain Call: Celebrating a Century of Women Designing for Live Performance.”
Per the … Continue reading
The October issue should be reaching your mailboxes any day, if it hasn't already. The cover, as you'll see, features Edith Montoya, owner and director of Southern California studio Dance Precisions, and a … Continue reading