Tag: Dancing

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Dance in NYC This Week

Photo “Halloween Unleashed: Dancing Bones, Tasting Darkness and the Skeleton Within,” choreographed by Karole Armitage for Armitage Gone!...

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#SpeakingInDance: A Touch of Unrequited Love

Advertisement #Speakingindance Mark Morris stages the tragic love story of “Layla and Majnun”; here the pair touch for...

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Review: At American Ballet Theater, Mostly Millepied

It was a risk that went wrong: The moment Lucinda Childs’s recorded voice uttered the words, “I feel...

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New Stagings of Classics Highlight American Ballet Theater Season

Photo The choreographer Wayne McGregor will create his first work for American Ballet Theater, “Afterite,” as part of...

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The Rockettes Own Christmas. But Spring Is a Tough Nut to Crack.

Devising a new annual entertainment tradition in an era when people have so many options, however, has bedeviled...

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Life (and Death and Dance) Lessons From ‘The Red Shoes’

What follows are edited excerpts from our interviews with dancers, ages 19 to 80. Cynthia Harvey, 60 Artistic...

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Some Screwball Surrealism for Halloween

“I’m a comedienne in the beginning,” said Ms. Eda, who added that people usually see her “as a...

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Love, Ecstasy, Infinity: Mark Morris’s ‘Layla and Majnun’

Hajibeyli’s opera, the basis of Mr. Morris’s staging, is considered the first opera of the Middle Eastern world,...

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Review: Choreographer Meets Bach, and It’s a Match

MONTCLAIR, N.J. — Monumental and infamously intricate, Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations is a daunting challenge for a pianist —...

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Steve Paxton, a Buddha of American Dance

“Steve can change the atmosphere of a room with just the tiniest gesture and the deepest understanding of...