George Balanchine ... liked to say to his dancers of audiences, “they look but they do not see, so we must show them.”Eh. I put it out there ...
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Tuesday, December 29, 2009
A Quote to Hold Onto
The other day, I ran across this quote from a review of Frederick Wiseman's film, La Danse. I find it has much to say to me about what I try to do in my theatre and picture work, such as they are: