Footloose: Former Batsheva dancer breaks her silence
Sharon Eyal, who now works with partner Gai Behar, is realizing her own artistic vision.
One day, about seven years ago, the theater agent Menno Plukker was walking with an associate on Saint Catherine Street in Montreal, near the Place des Arts. Suddenly, he noticed a poster announcing that Israel’s Batsheva Dance Company was to appear that evening in a work called “Bertolina,” by a choreographer whose name he didn’t know: Sharon Eyal. Plukker, who represents cutting-edge artists such as...
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