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Bridging the Gap Between Ballet and Modern Dance
By EMERI FETZER
Friday, May 22, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Fri May 22, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Wendy Whelan pushes her own boundaries --- The dance world knows Wendy Whelan as a dazzling principal for New York City Ballet. For three decades, she has been celebrated for her classical performances, which showcase her expert lines and committed control. She's also been lauded for her consistent ability to reinvent herself, so when she...
The Trouble with Violence
By QUI NGUYEN
Thursday, May 07, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Thu May 7, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
In our brand-new series, Behind the Scene, playwright Qui Nguyen shares the challenges of mounting his latest show, Six Rounds of Vengeance --- When we decided to launch Behind the Scene --- an examination of the creation of a difficult sequence as told by the playwright --- we immediately reached out to Qui Nguyen. As cofounder of the Obie Award-winning...
What Does It Take to Dance for Mark Morris?
By SUSAN REITER
Wednesday, April 15, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Wed Apr 15, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Inside the company's return to New York --- The Mark Morris Dance Group tours globally – they're even making two separate trips to Australia this year – but it's been quite a while since they've brought repertory programs to their longtime New York performance venue, the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Fortunately for dance fans,...
Not Everyone Can Dance Like This
By LAUREN KAY
Tuesday, April 07, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Tue Apr 7, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Inside the killer choreography of An American in Paris --- While the dance world at large continues to wage an uphill battle (see: the closing of Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet), Broadway is enjoying a surge of dance-heavy shows. The charge is led by three musicals currently on the boards. Gigi and On the Town – both choreographed by...
How to Be a Courtesan (on Broadway, At Least)
By LAUREN KAY
Tuesday, March 31, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Tue Mar 31, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Performance secrets from Gigi's female ensemble -- The 1958 movie musical Gigi brought je ne sais quoi to the big screen, following a young Parisian girl who is groomed to be a companion for a wealthy playboy… until they fall in love for real. Complete with romance, glamour, and tunes like "Thank Heavens for Little Girls," the film is a beloved...
The New Life of Paul Taylor's Modern American Dance
By SUSAN REITER
Thursday, March 12, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Thu Mar 12, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
As Paul Taylor's esteemed dance company returns to Lincoln Center for its annual three-week season, performing now through March 29, the repertory will feature the usual assortment of vintage Taylor pieces alongside two anticipated premieres. For all that's familiar, however, much has changed since this time last year. The company not only bears a new...
Merce Cunningham Dances Return to New York
By LAUREN KAY
Friday, February 20, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
Fri Feb 20, 2015  •   Choreography  •    1 comment Share This
By LAUREN KAY Modern dance icon Merce Cunningham was an innovator not only in angular shapes etched in otherwise flowing movement, but also in choreographic structure: Among other variables, he used chance to determine which sections of choreography were to be performed---and in what order--- creating what was called an Event. As Cunningham's right-hand...
The Legendary Carmen de Lavallade Reflects on Her Career
By SUSAN REITER
Thursday, February 19, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Thu Feb 19, 2015  •   Choreography  •    0 comments Share This
Distilling a nearly seventy year career into a taut, 70 minute performance is no easy task, especially when the artist in question has had encounters with notables ranging from Josephine Baker to Stephen Sondheim, Susan Hayward to Duke Ellington. Still, with her new work As I Remember It, Carmen de Lavallade highlights an enormous portion of her...
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