Fall Arts Guide 2012: Dance

Kidd Pivot

November 28–December 2

Will rope you in
Rosalie O'Connor
Will rope you in


The Village Voice's Fall Arts Guide:
Einstein Heads Back to the Beach
BAM hosts the Return of a now classic avant-garde opera.
By Seth Colter Walls

Let's Irk the Rabbis
Writer Nathan Englander relieves some theater urges.
By Alexis Siloski

Forget Olivier
Andrea Arnold adapts Wuthering Heights.
By Aaron Hillis

Red-Sauce Diaries
For fall, try some classic Italian joints.
By Robert Sietsema

Fall Picks: Art
By Christian Viveros-Fauné

Fall Picks: Books
By James Hannaham

Fall Picks: Dance
By Deborah Jowitt

Fall Picks: Film
By Aaron Hillis

Fall Picks: Music
By Seth Colter Walls

Crystal Pite, the gifted Canada-born director of this ensemble, has a taste for darkness—as evil, yes, but more as the shadowy areas between clarity and enigma. If you viewed her Dark Matters in 2010 or her The You Show at the Baryshnikov Arts Center earlier this year, you'll want to see her 2011 The Tempest Replica. While masked all-white doubles of the characters convey the plot of Shakespeare's The Tempest, other dancers probe the emotions that roam Prospero's island. The Joyce Theater, 175 Eighth Avenue, joyce.org

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