Doug Varone

  By Laura Bleiberg Condense Doug Varone’s elongated commentary about his choreographic processes down to his most significant insights,  and it would be these: that his dances are kinetic artwork about human passions,  and that every single move has a carefully crafted context.      “I don’t think I’ve ever done an abstract dance in my life,” the New York-based artistic director told a sparse but lucky crowd in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Friday night -- a program repeating Saturday night.


By Laura Bleiberg

Condense Doug Varone’s elongated commentary about his choreographic processes down to his most significant insights, and it would be these: that his dances are kinetic artwork about human passions, and that every single move has a carefully crafted context.
“I don’t think I’ve ever done an abstract dance in my life,” the New York-based artistic director told a sparse but lucky crowd in the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa on Friday night — a program repeating Saturday night.

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