A bigger and better butterfly

An interview with Miriam Rother – a dancer and choreographer committed to art for all.

By NATALIE CHETBOUN
February 11, 2016 20:50
Dance of the Muses workshop

Dance of the Muses workshop, led by Miriam Rother (far left), for students and faculty at Bar-Ilan University. (photo credit: MARIA DERECHYNA)

 
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Born in Canada, Miriam Rother is a dancer and choreographer who immigrated to Israel in 1971.

Since then, she has lived and worked in Malawi, Thailand, Hungary, Switzerland and Kenya.

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