Israeli choreographer's internal combustion engine bound to explode
Dance heavyweight Emanuel Gat's new show explores art as the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity rather than the release of momentary ejection of adrenaline.
There was a good reason for the impressive turnout at Tel Aviv’s Suzanne Dellal Center to see “The Goldlandbergs,” by Emanuel Gat, one of Israel’s best choreographers. He brought it to Israel after an absence of several years: He left in 2007 for the south of France, where he was invited to bring his self-named dance company. Today he is considered an international choreographer, who creates for some...
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