Featuring works by William L. Miller, Jr., Mimi Noorani, Millicent Parker, Elizabeth Watson Sunday May 15, 2022 DANCE LOFT ON 14 4618 14TH ST. NW, DC By SYLVANA CHRISTOPHER, BFA Mimi Noorani’s film Richard with prolific dancer Rasta Thomas personifying Shakespeare’s King Richard opened the show. This dizzying black and white film pictures Thomas brooding over himself and his title of king. A strong outline of his side eye, rounded nose, beard and lip through a bent arm stand out. In one moment he is suspended hanging over a barre at the waist. Another he is seen laying on the […]
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