I am so deeply grateful for the chance to write about Batsheva Dance Company in “Sadeh21” for the Hudson Review. To be given the space (3500 words) a work of art like this deserves is rare, and to have an opportunity to explore how the choreographic approach of Ohad Naharin connects to ideas about art from Flaubert and Chekhov just feels miraculous. My review, “Ohad Naharin in San Francisco,” is out now in the Hudson Review’s Spring issue, which also includes a consideration of the poet Dunstan Thompson by Dana Gioia, a review of the new Saul Bellow biography by James Santel, and an essay “On the Experience of Fiction” by Antonio Munoz Molina.

The Hudson Review has graciously produced my article on Batsheva and “Sadeh21” for the web here.

Add Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.