Seeing Elam’s work and Keigwin’s in one night certainly emphasizes the contrasts between them…Elam is a true original, and his vision of humans as awkward, naïve, and eager is both comical and curiously touching.
I also really enjoyed what she wrote about Keigwin:
Larry Keigwin may not need Broadway, but Broadway could certainly use him.
Be it film, motion capture, or video games, it is interesting to think that while either choreographer could work on Broadway, they could very easily work in many other venues outside the traditional performance space. To me, that is a very exciting idea.