Batsheva Dance Company – Seder

Neither graceful or delicate, Ohad Naharin’s Seder seems almost to make a mockery of choreography that’s more predictable and of a more aesthetic nature. Or perhaps you can say Seder is aesthetic in its own right, in its uniqueness and in its ability to mesmerize the audience. Seder in Hebrew means “order.” But without understanding more about Naharin’s movement language, Gaga, I’m unclear as to what aspects of this choreography “order” refers to. Of course, this is only a very […]

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