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Donald Hutera

Donald Hutera has been writing dance, theatre, live performance and the arts both in the US and the UK since 1977. Publications and website have included The Times of London, The New York and Los Angeles Times, Time Out London, Animated, Dance Europe, Exeunt, Springback Magazine, londondance.com and many others. In addition to writing he has curated performance platforms (GOlive Dance and Performance and Chelsea Arts Collective aka CAC), does dramaturgy for dance, serves as a press representative (especially for Taiwan Season at Edinburgh Fesitval Fringe) and on several arts awards panels, and performs. He is proud to be a member of https://theposhclub.co.uk/projects/posh-club-dance-club/ and can be seen onstage from spring 2020 in https://www.rhiannonfaith.com/drowntown.

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Corali at 30

Donald Hutera interviews Sarah Archdeacon about 30 years of Corali, investigating the uniqueness of the company that has made it one of the UK's leading experimental dance companies. Corali is a leader in dance created by people with a learning disability. You can glean as much from the London-based company’s website. ...

Donald Hutera