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Gallim Dance & Sidra Bell Dance New York Perform at Dance Theater Workshop

This week, Dance Theater Workshop presents Gallim Dance and Sidra Bell Dance New York in an evening of debuts and world premieres. Described as “a most original artist” by Deborah Jowitt in The Village Voice, Gallim’s Artistic Director Andrea Miller … Continue reading

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Paris Opera Ballet Performs Kaguyahime

While visiting Paris last month, I had the chance to see Paris Opera Ballet in Jiří Kylián’s 1988 Kaguyahime, performed at the cavernous Bastille Opera House.  It was quite a treat.  Dance Magazine published my review, so follow this link … Continue reading

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Architecture of Ballet: Men on Top. Women on Stage.

Tiler Peck working with choreographer Mauro Bigonzetti, photo by Paul Kolnik New York City Ballet’s spring season, a festival entitled Architecture of Dance, includes an astounding seven new ballets.  In fact, the company’s recent print brochures, website, and festival mini-site … Continue reading

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From Many Mouths, From the Horse’s Mouth

photo by Tom Brazil Over 75 dancers will gather at the 92nd Street Y this weekend to perform in From the Horse’s Mouth, a celebratory dance-theater piece that blends storytelling and exceptional dancing.  The performances and stellar roster of performers … Continue reading

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Ohad Naharin’s Advice to Critics

Dance Magazine has posted Ohad Naharin’s acceptance speech at the November 9th Dance Magazine Awards.  Instead of offering thanks, he shared some advice for critics that is both insightful and humorous.  And how interesting to hear a dancer and choreographer … Continue reading

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