How Choreographer Annie-B Parson Expresses Music Through Movement
One of her frequent collaborators is musician David Byrne, who relied heavily on Parson’s expertise for his stage show and concert film American Utopia.
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This week, host Isaac Butler talks about movement, music, and space with choreographer Annie-B Parson. In the interview, Annie-B discusses her long-time collaborative relationship with musician David Byrne and her work on his live show American Utopia, which was filmed and can now be streamed on HBO Max. Annie-B also talks about Big Dance Theater, a company she founded, which combines multiple disciplines to produce innovative stage performances.
After the interview, Isaac and co-host Rumaan Alam discuss Annie-B’s openness to inspiration and the way she looks closely at the world around her.
Don’t miss her latest piece, which was creating during, and is very much about, the pandemic.
In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Annie-B tells the story of how she met her husband and frequent collaborator Paul Lazar. She also previews her upcoming book.
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Podcast production by Cameron Drews.