By Carrie Stern
Performance is always a meeting of performers and audience. This is particularly true in site-specific choreography, where, without the constraints of seats and stage, the audience is a visible and audible presence. When stages change during a single performance, it requires additional chorography for the audience, through guides, signs or spoken instructions. These can add to the performance or break into its magic.
At a mid-August, Cora Dance in Red Hook expected about 30 people for Prey, Cora
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