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Dance Critics

When a choreographer starts to create, he not only thinks about choreography, he also thinks about the costumes, decoration, music… There are many factors to value so that everything comes out correctly and criticism is favorable.

At the end of a work, the director will surely receive an ovation from the public but when closing the curtains he will only think of the next day to be able to read the criticism of his work.

Arlene Croce
Arlene Croce

She was born in 1934 in Rhode Island, is a writer and dance critic. In 1965 she founded a magazines called Ballet Review. She worked from 1973 to 1998 in the New Yorker, writing criticisms about dance. Her criticism is reflected in many books.

Alberto Dallal
Alberto Dallal

Born in Mexico in 1936. Writer, journalist, historian, academic, literary, theater and dance critic and some other professions, Dallal is recognized for his work and for this reason he has received several awards, among them the Xavier Villaurrutia Award for the book El Baile Mexicano and the National Dance Prize José Limón for his career as a critic and researcher.

Anna Kisselgoff
Anna Kisselgoff

One of the most authorative reviews in the world of dance. She worked in The New York Times and many artists feared him. Rudolf Nureyev, one of the best dancers of the twentieth century, came to deny the tickets to his shows.

 

Roger Salas
Roger Salas

Very recognized spanish dance critic. He has worked as such in the newspaper El País for more than 30 years. He has published two short story books, a novel and several essays on spanish ballet and dance. Roger believes that “the dance will save the world” as Maya Plisetskaya.

Rosario Manzanos

Rosario Manzanos

Dance review of Proceso magazine. Known for her criticism and also for her claim for the loss of publications on criticism of dance. According to Manzanos, only “sellable” information is published and they no longer believe that dance criticism is necessary.

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