Tag: Dancing

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Critic’s Notebook: East Side, West Side: Lighting the Way, Darkly

They might be trance-dancing, each locked into his or her own condition. But certain gestures, movements and positions...

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Making (and Seeing) Dance in the Politicized World

Yet the political dimensions of dance seem especially pointed right now, at a time of heightened discussion about...

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#SpeakingInDance: Eiko: Waking Herself Up

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Park Avenue Armory Unveils Its 2018 Season

Photo Billie Piper in “Yerma” at the Young Vic in London. The production will open the 2018 season...

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Review: ‘Rebels on Pointe,’ and in Tutus

Photo Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo in “Giselle” in the 1980s, from “Rebels on Pointe.” Credit Icarus...

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Critic’s Notebook: When the Body Is a Canvas, Accented With Paint or Peanuts

The methodical movements of the dancers and Ms. Sweeney’s allure as a storyteller imbued the work, which ended...

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Gillian Walsh, Taking Dance to a Still Place

Your recent works have been pretty minimal in terms of how much movement happens. Is that true for...

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Review: Finding the Beat and Pulse of the Great Migration

Photo Ta’Quez Whitted, center, with fellow members of Step Afrika! performing in the “Chicago” segment of “The Migration:...

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Review: Doom, Doom Everywhere (and Just a Drop of Joy)

Photo Rachel Fallon, center, and other members of the Hofesh Shechter Company in “Grand Finale.” Credit Andrea Mohin/The...

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Kenneth MacMillan’s School of Ballet Sex, Neurosis and Grit

“Kenneth MacMillan was the dark genius of British ballet — its destroyer, if you listen to some,” the...