It's been over 30 years since I last saw Woody Allen's "Annie Hall," but the first phrase that comes to mind is "polymorphously perverse." Accurate? Of course not. But at least it gets at the way some dance observers feel and respond to the movement on stage in their own bodies.
What's the opposite of "dance deaf"?
Robert Gottlieb, Reading Dancean anthology of dance writing
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