By Boer Deng
17 August 2015
In an article for the Washington Post, Boer Deng describes the shock of whitewashed audiences amidst a time of diverse dancer promotions and talk of equity:
” In 2012, 80 percent were white, two-thirds were female, and more came from families earning $150,000 a year — that’s more than attendees of any other arts performances except the symphony — hardly figures suggestive of a democratic art. “
Read the full article in The Washington Post.