John Jasperse has learned a lesson. After years of honing a reputation as a choreographer who articulates movement and meaning with a rigorous clarity, the 38-year-old now considers his dancemaking in an entirely different light. "You can't tell people what to think," he says over the telephone from his apartment in downtown Manhattan. "They'll think whatever they want to. Once an idea is out in the world, I... More >>>
By Agnès Noltenius & Sparkasse
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