Pilobolus Suffers Bitter Breach Over Rights to Choreographymore...
by DANIEL J. WAKIN for the New York Times
Ms. Chase said that she was cast out by a new, corporate-minded executive director and board after three decades of service, and was denied ownership of the dances she created. “It was artistic differences and sort of a mean-spirited power grab by the board,” Ms. Chase added.
“There certainly was never a desire on the part of the company to drive Alison out,” Mr. Kubovy said. “We worked long and hard to keep Alison with us.”
published: July 24, 2006