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William Forsythe’s “Sider” at BAM

There are very few dance works more frustrating than those of choreographer William Forsythe. More often than not, I find his work irritatingly complex, leaving me with more questions than answers (I don’t believe in outer space was moving, but … Continue reading

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The Forsythe Company in Decreation at BAM

William Forsythe’s Decreation, photo by Dominik Mentzos William Forsythe’s 2003 piece Decreation, which opened last night at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, is a meditation on the messiness of life.  The work takes its title from an essay by Anne … Continue reading

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William Forsythe Comes to BAM and the New York Public Library

Georg Reischl and Allison Brown in William Forsythe’s Decreation, photo by Dominik Mentzos Next week, the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s Next Wave Festival will present the innovative choreographer William Forsythe and his Frankfurt-based company in the US premiere of Forsythe’s Decreation.  … Continue reading

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