Interview with Karen Daly; Being Seen as A Dancer
In this episode of DanceCast, Silva interviews Karen Daly, a dancer in Eugene, OR with DanceAbility International. Karen shares the story of her entrance into dance in her 40s and some highlights from her career working with DanceAbility. She also discusses the process of creating performances through DanceAbility’s framework, and how the principles of sensation, relationship, time and design serve to augment the performers’ ability to communicate to each other and to the audience. Finally, she reflects on how it’s sometimes still difficult to see herself and be seen as a dancer.
Text by Emmaly Wiederholt
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