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Two Huts « Critical Correspondence

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Stephanie Skura in conversation with Lana Wilson, Part Two

In Part Two of this two-part interview series, Stephanie Skura and Lana Wilson discuss the making of “Cranky Destroyers” (1987), Skura’s seminal work set to the music of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony, and “Two Huts” (2010), an experiment in collaged language and movement.

Stephanie Skura in conversation with Lana Wilson, Part One

Filmmaker and Performa curator Lana Wilson talks with Stephanie Skura, a Seattle-based choreographer whose new work “Two Huts” is being shown this weekend (through March 18, 2012) at Roulette. This engagement marks her first return to New York in 20 years, which Critical Correspondence is celebrating through this two-part interview series. In Part One, Skura and Wilson discuss Skura’s influences as a choreographer, including early exposure to body-mind technique, a well-timed call from Pearl Lang, and collaborations in the early 80s with Ishmael Houston-Jones and Yvonne Meier.