Re-imagining the Partner: Lauren Warnecke’s Pre-Reflection on the Final Moving Dialogs of the Season — The Art of Partnering

I’m so excited to be a part of this all-star event, the final “Moving Dialogs” of the season. As the featured writer, here is my pre-reflection on Monday’s event!

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Dance writer Lauren Warnecke of Art Intercepts (www.artintercepts.org ) reflects on her experiences as a dancer & choreographer exploring “The Art of Partnering”: the theme of our final Moving Dialogs of this season, occurring at Reva and David Logan Center for the Arts’ performance penthouse this Monday, November 18th from 6:30pm – 8:30pm.

Re-imagining the Partner

As a dancer-in-training I only ever did two lifts. Playing the part of the Maid in The Nutcracker, I had one lift at the end of the party scene in which Uncle Drosselmeyer gave a boost to my final Italian pas de chat before dashing off stage left. The other time was during a summer workshop rendition of Rodeo, in which the boy (the one boy at our studio, who was significantly scrawnier than me) hoisted me into a split jump – or at least, that was the goal. In the middle of rehearsal…

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