Sun, 11 Oct 1998 21:19:41 -1850
> Palindrome Performance Group (which i direct) performs with djs. I
> think they represent -- at their best -- one of the last vestiges of
> interactivity in popular culture. Their events involve the audience
> as much or more than any idea of a performer doing something "in front
> of" a public.
I have recently used a DJ for a dance performance... it was difficult to
rehearse as much of the mixing changed everytime, but it was exciting.
WE worked with a moving scaffolding so there were unpredictable elements
of the dance as well.