World Dance Reviews (WDR) has become increasingly aware that a major part of our dance history, both regionally and globally, resides in dance practitioners. Those practitioners include not only performers and choreographers, but also dance educators, administrators, lighting designers, costume designers, technical personnel, etc. In an effort to preserve as much of that history as we can World Dance Reviews will publish interviews with such practitioners as they become available. Those interviews will be archived on this website.
If you would like to submit an interview you may do so if you are already an approved reviewer for WDR. Our "Submit Reviews" page tells you how to get such approval. Submission is virtually the same as for reviews, i.e., written DIRECTLY in a suitable text format (Mac Text Edit or Simple Text; cutting and pasting into the text program from MSWord etc. does not work)) as an email attachment. If you do submit an interview please be aware that the law in the USA and in most States of the USA are quite stringent about interview material, especially recordings, and archival of same. At the very least the interviewee must know you are recording the interview and consent to same. In addition the interviewee needs to see the transcription of the interview before it is published, and be allowed any editorial changes they see fit. Archival of any of the interview material in any place except the interviewers files must also receive written consent from the interviewee