How do people write about the lives of dancers and choreographers? How does dance as a silent form represent life stories? Featuring biographers and practitioners, with papers and discussions on the relationship between dance and life-writing.
Featuring Dame Monica Mason (former director of The Royal Ballet) and Jennifer Homans (founder and director of The Center for Ballet and the Arts at New York University). With contributions from: Michael Burden, Julia Bührle, Jennifer Homans, Judith Mackrell, Michael Huxley, Ramsay Burt, and Hélène Neveu Kringelbach. Concluding with a performance by Simone Damberg Würtz & Liam Francis from the Rambert Contemporary Dance Company.