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Is the decades-long economic crisis for working people leading to less relevant art?
"Dance is not the simplest thing physically, and you’re also in a vulnerable space. You have to work to change your body, you have to tune in to every limb, and it’s such a deeply vulnerable experience and you have to really focus. I teach a lot of life lessons through my classes."
An interview with festival organizers Maggie Cee and J Michael Winward
Dancers and members of the queer community alike are invited to put on their dancing shoes at the second annual Dancing Queerly ...
I went to several SLAMS while writing this article, each time trying to find the right words to describe an experience that is deliberately without words. I walked, ran, spun furiously, held poses, pretended to be a mouse as I scrambled on the floor.
Boston’s low-key electronic music festival returns bigger and brighter, so we asked several acts to share advice on maximizing your experience there.