Tag: Dancing

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A Living, Breathing, Stepping ‘Exhibition’ of Jacob Lawrence

That deep sense of purpose was in his mind when he thought about how to use other dance...

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Your Week in Culture: Jimmie Durham, Bruno Mars, ‘Pride and Prejudice’ on Stage

The current leg of his world tour for the album, his third LP, wraps up with four nights...

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David Vaughan, Chronicler of Dance History, Dies at 93

As a performer, Mr. Vaughan’s most eminent role was as the narrator of Gertrude Stein’s words in Frederick...

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#SpeakingInDance: Not Your Usual Bharatanatyam

Advertisement #SpeakingInDance is a weekly visual exploration of dance on Instagram. Watch the video from our most recent...

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Critic’s Notebook: Dance and Cultural Conventions, Ripe for Upending

The movement is occasionally representational — at one point the dancers mime playing sports — but more often...

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Review: From Maguy Marin’s Toolbox, Sex and Violence and Farandole

Photo Cathy Polo (in the red dress) and members of Compagnie Maguy Marin in Ms. Marin’s “BiT” at...

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Review: Three Dance Legends Walk Into a Church …

Photo From left, Yvonne Rainer, Simone Forti and Steve Paxton rehearsing their mostly improvised “Tea for Three,” at...

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Review: All Life’s a Swirling Proscenium in ‘The Red Shoes’

Smooth flow and swirling action are also the strengths of Mr. Bourne’s choreography and direction. This production moves....

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Stephen Petronio’s ‘Bloodlines’ to Honor Merce Cunningham

Photo Merce Cunningham performing his dance “Signals,” which will be staged by the Stephen Petronio Company for its...

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Your Week in Culture: Steve Reich, Grizzly Bear and the Bass’s Reopening in Miami

This tour gives Grizzly Bear fans a chance to revisit some of their favorite musical moments of the...