Now Performing on Campus: The Dancing Professorsmore
by VALERIE GLADSTONE
the New York Times
But on the money front, Mr. Dorfman was less successful and, like most of his peers in the contemporary dance world, he was living close to the poverty line. So this fall he found himself driving up Route 95 again, struggling to subdue the overwhelming sense of failure that suddenly swamped him. He was headed to his new job as a professor of dance at his alma mater, trading, at 49, the life of an artist for that of an academic.