From Linda Matchan in the Boston Globe:
Taking it to the 'Street'
Choreographer aims to bring blacks, whites together with a work that combines rap, dance, and violin
Anna Myer's dances are abstract and subtle, sometimes hard for the uninitiated to get a handle on. The choreographer's audiences aren't huge, and they're predominantly white, professional, and artsy.
It may be surprising, then, that Myer's latest production - "Street Talk Suite Talk," at the Strand Theatre tomorrow - is a collaboration among dancers, composer Jakov Jakoulov, violinist Mark Berger, and hip-hop artists rapping about life in gritty urban neighborhoods.