Dorfman Dance, Act II

“With resources diminishing and costs rising, even established troupes are in a fierce struggle for survival, and only the most popular choreographers… are financially secure.” So when a once-celebrated choreographer finds himself at the wrong end of the fiscal stick, what options are left to him? For David Dorfman, the answer was to go back to where it all began – his alma mater, Connecticut College – and rediscover the simple magic of the form.

Source: The New York Times - 01/16/05