After the creative process for "BLACK GIRL: Linguistic Play," I held a desire to dig even deeper and tell more stories of ritual, gestural vocabulary, and traditions of the African Diaspora. Our ancestors live inside of our bodies, because of this I began
Israeli choreographer Ohad Naharin, who is the House Choreographer of Batsheva, traveled to Cuba in the summer of 2018 to restage a work from 1986 for the Havana-based Malpaso Dance Company. We sat down with Naharin to discuss the work, "Tabula Rasa"
In 2018, Ohad Naharin went to Havana to work with Malpaso Dance Company. There, he restaged a work he created more than 30 years ago, Tabula Rasa. Step into the studio as Naharin discusses "Tabula Rasa".