Dance Icon Remy Charlip

AXIS is saddened to hear of the passing of dance icon Remy Charlip. Remy was an amazing person, choreographer, poet, artist, and writer. We collaborated with him several times, always with wonderful results. He will be missed by many.

One of Ramy’s airmail dances: “Alone Some and TwoSome”.

Alone Some and TwoSome. In 2009 AXIS dancers Judith Smith & Sonsheree Giles performed their version.


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2 Responses to Dance Icon Remy Charlip

  1. Pingback: Fuse Remembrance: The Man Who Colored Outside the Lines — An Appreciation of Remy Charlip, 1929-2012 » The Arts Fuse

  2. Remy Charlip was really a gem of dancing. His dance moves and choreography was so fine and unique. This is a great loss to the field. Thanks!

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