Tag Archives: Lucinda Childs

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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Danspace Project Honors Philip Glass

At its annual gala on April 27th, Danspace Project will honor Philip Glass.  Considered one of the greatest composers of the late 20th century, Glass will be honored for his significant contributions to American dance and his major impact on … Continue reading

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Past Meets Present in Lucinda Childs’ “Dance”

Dancers in Lucinda Childs’ Dance, photo by Sally Cohn Last Tuesday evening, Lucinda Childs Dance returned to The Joyce Theater for a rare performance of Dance, a signature 1979 work that includes a score by Philip Glass and a filmed … Continue reading

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The Fall Performance A-List

The New York Times dance critic and WNYC Performance Club founder Claudia La Rocco recently invited me and several other performers, critics, and arts enthusiasts to write about what we’re looking forward to seeing this fall in New York City.  … Continue reading

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