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Baryshnikov, Neumann, and Paxton in Unrelated Solos at BAC

Three distinguished artists, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Steve Paxton, and David Neumann, presented Unrelated Solos at Baryshnikov Arts Center on Wednesday evening as part of May Nights in the Jerome Robbins Theater.  These strikingly different dancers were at the top of their … Continue reading

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Traditions, Inventions, Exchange

For four decades, Molly Davies has created innovative works that fuse art, dance, and experimental film.  “Traditions, Inventions, Exchange”, which opens at the Baryshnikov Arts Center on June 4, exemplifies the unique, interdisciplinary nature of her work.  The three-part, nine-channel … Continue reading

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Stephen Petronio Company Celebrates 25 Years

Stephen Petronio didn’t start dancing until he took a contact improvisation class as a sophomore at Hampshire College. He fell in love with dance, studying with Steve Paxton and later joining Trisha Brown’s company as its first male dancer in … Continue reading

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