Ballet Hispanico Unveils a Pair of New Works With Sumptuous Costumes by Willa Kim and Emilio Sosa Costumes are arguably the most important design element in dance; they need to cover the dancers' bodies, yet free their movement and help convey the emotion of the music and the choreography. To do all this, a designer needs to develop a rapport with the choreographer. However, this is not always possible. A recent case in point is Ballet Hispanico's “Eyes of the Soul,” which had its world ...
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