It is always interesting visiting another choreographers thought processes
The book flows like a piece of choreography with a sense that Burrows is almost choreographing the writing. Unfortunately this has the same drawbacks that a lovely, personal piece of choreography has - it leaves the reader to just experience the information rather than gain in depth understanding
I would have liked more descriptions of actual choreographic exercises, experiences
I would have like less general questions and responses that seem to allow for any solution and MORE strong personal opinions
I finish treading and must ask who is this book written for and who will actually read it
I did read it and glad I did but beyond our private dancers language who will be interested
PS ~ I do not agree that making a piece is only about the developing the material. That is barely step one. Then there is the massive editing and the shaping of the bare hones content that you choose to keep.