The U.S. modern dance world has been going gaga over Gaga. No, not the lady with the chart-topping pop songs and outlandish costumes, nor the babbling overheard on baby monitors. In the dance world, Gaga is an approach to movement that sensitizes dancers to the space around them and to the inner workings of their bodies.
Kids are nothing if not creative. They invent songs, create mini-worlds to play in, and use colors all over the page in what seems like an unstoppable flow of creative inspiration. They don’t block the flow by judging it as adults do, but rather let it come through with unbridled force.