Clare Croft

Clare Croft is a dance historian, theorist, dramaturg, and curator. She is the editor and curator of Queer Dance, and the author of Dancers as Diplomats. Her writing about dance and performance has appeared in academic journals, including Theatre Journal and Dance Research Journal, and she has been a regular contributor to a number of newspapers, including the Washington Post and the Austin American-Statesman. She is an assistant professor in the Department of Dance at the University of Michigan, where she teaches in the BFA and MFA Dance programs.


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Queering Dance, at Last

Melissa Templeton on the new anthology “Queer Dance,” which, at long last treats the intersection of gender, sex, and choreography....

Queering Dance, at Last


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