By Carrie Stern
My daughter recently asked me, “What’s with all this moving the audience around?” More on that in a minute.
First, to Williamsburg, where the dancers of Noémie Lafrance’s White Box Project mingle undistinguished from the audience, filling Black & White Gallery’s white walled, outdoor space. Chatting, laughing, dressed in variants on black, the piece begins with rising voices. Interrupting the socializing, charming Fabio Tavares DaSilva sits and butt-walks across the width of the floor, joined by a crab-walking,
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