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Moving Theater at the Armory

Last night, I attended the final dress rehearsal of Moving Theater’s Armory Show, a genre-blurring piece created during the company’s eighteen-month residency at the Park Avenue Armory.  Saturday night’s performance is already sold out, but tickets are still available to … Continue reading

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Into the Twittersphere

I joined Twitter, much to my own surprise.  In addition to loathing the idea of logging into another system everyday (after work email, personal email, work databases, Facebook, and this blog) and learning the Twitter lingo, I simply didn’t want … Continue reading

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Steve Reich Interpreted Through Dance

Ryoji Sasamoto and Ashley Browne with Aaron Carr (standing) in Larry Keigwin’s Sidewalk, Works & Process at the Guggenheim, photo © 2009 Richard Termine When two choreographers create works set to the same music, is it useful to make comparisons?  … Continue reading

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Emanuel Gat Dance: Doppelgangers, Shadows, and Silent Sound

This past week, Emanuel Gat Dance performed a New York premiere and a North American premiere at the Rose Theater as part of the Lincoln Center Festival.  Gat, the forty-year-old Israeli whose company is based in the south of France, … Continue reading

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Queer Tango in Buenos Aires

photo by Emily Anne Epstein A visit to Buenos Aires is incomplete without experiencing tango. As I mentioned in an earlier post, my trip was filled with visits to museums, gardens, performances, and informal concerts. There are plenty of tanguerías … Continue reading

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