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Christopher Atamian

Christopher Atamian is a New York-based writer and filmmaker and former dance critic for The New York Press.

Vahram Zaryan's Perf festival: Text, Gesture, and Translation

A new performance festival from Vahram Zaryan links cities around the world, beginning with Yerevan, Armenia and Paris, France. The “Non-Mime” founder brings together artists across disciplines and nationalities to spark a global dialogue.

So You Think You Can’t Dance?

Questions of style and influence aside, Dance With Us provides an original platform with something for everyone. Like a good book, you can come back to it often and discover new meaning.

Echoes of Lebanese Dance

Fadi J. Khoury Dance company sublimely merges Middle Eastern and contemporary dance.

Playing with the Truth: Jonathan Jakubowicz’s Resistance and the Memory of Marcel Marceau

Christopher Atamian writes about the art and life of Marcel Marceau. He shares an interview with the renowned mime and choreographer’s daughter Camille, who sets the record straight on her father’s activities during World War II following Jonathan Jakubowicz’s film Resistance released this past year.


The Brooklyn Rail

SEPT 2023

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