I was listening to Malcolm Gladwell's What the Dog Saw and musing in my head about how Cesar Milan's physicality and presence would be a fascinating study in theatrical movement. Especially his phrasing and breaking down his Laban efforts.
Two lines later, Gladwell interviews a Laban expert and does exactly this. Really great analysis and intersection of movement, status, and everyday life.
Article is below. It is included in Gladwell's collection of New Yorker essays, What the Dog Saw.