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We Give Ourselves Away At Every Moment

This past Monday, July 26th, marked the one-year anniversary of choreographer Merce Cunningham’s death.  One week after he died, his company gave a marvelous performance at Rockefeller Park.  This year, on a day that was just as hot and sunny … Continue reading

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Jesse Zaritt’s “Binding”

On Wednesday evening at PS 122, the 7th annual soloNOVA Arts Festival opened with Binding, a solo performance conceived and performed by Jesse Zaritt and directed by Basmat Hazan.  Zaritt is an arresting dancer who most recently performed in Faye … Continue reading

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There is so much mad in me

Dancers in Faye Driscoll’s There is so much mad in me, photo by Yi-Chun Wu Choreographer Faye Driscoll pushes the physical, emotional, and psychological limits of the nine courageous dancers in There is so much mad in me, a riveting … Continue reading

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