Two years after a life-threatening stroke limited his mobility, choreographer Ronald K. Brown remains a creative force.
“I just keep showing up and working, and one of my mantras is ‘work for the sake of the work and not for the sake of the goal,’” said Brown, as his Brooklyn-based dance company Evidence worked through a piece for this year’s Dance Parade.
It is called Four Corners, a piece he originally debuted with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater a decade earlier.
“Dance is a place where we communicate spirit to spirit, because choreography for me is something that can’t be written. It’s only when people see it
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