Tag Archives: Larry Keigwin

Keigwin + Company’s EXIT

Well, Larry Keigwin’s EXIT is definitely more rewarding than the promotional videos.  Thank goodness.  But I still left The Joyce Theater, where Keigwin + Company premiered the work last week, feeling unsatisfied. It seems like the goal was to make … Continue reading

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Why Keigwin’s New Videos are Sickening, but Smart

Keigwin + Company has been aggressively promoting their upcoming Joyce Theater premiere, called Dark Habits, with weekly videos that feature each of the dancers.  Watch some of the videos below and you’ll understand the heightened anticipation.  They more closely resemble … Continue reading

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Works and Process: Two Interpretations of Music by David Lang

Last year, the Guggenheim’s Works & Process series commissioned two choreographers, Larry Keigwin and Peter Quanz, to each choreograph a piece to Steve Reich’s Double Sextet.  The results were presented side by side at the Guggenheim last September, and provided … Continue reading

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Larry Keigwin to Stage “Fashion’s Night Out: The Show” at Lincoln Center

Choreographer Larry Keigwin will stage the largest public fashion show in New York City history on September 7th at Lincoln Center.  “Fashion’s Night Out: The Show,” produced by Vogue and SPEC Entertainment, will feature over 150 of the industry’s top … Continue reading

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Rail Writing

The March issue of The Brooklyn Rail is chock-full of dance articles, so be sure to click on over when you have a chance.  Among the offerings: Christine Hou shared her thoughts on Jon Kinzel’s Responsible Ballet And What We … Continue reading

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