Christopher Reardon

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  • 13 years ago

    Maura Nguyen Donohue used to make dances the old-fashioned way: in a studio, with other people, slowly. Then she discovered Final Cut Pro, a program that lets her "edit" her choreography on a laptop computer. She still spends long, sweaty hours im...

  • 13 years ago

    Just when local bars seemed to have run out of ways to reinvent the martini, the folks at Williamsburg's Galapagos Art Space, a lively watering hole and performance venue, came up with a stunning new twist. One evening last month, a blond bombshel...

  • 15 years ago

    "It's a classic story," says Richard Move, kicking back in his sprawling apartment over a sex club in the meatpacking district. "Someone comes to New York from the hinterlands—I'm from rural Virginia—and then invents a whole way of life:...

  • 16 years ago

    Since 1980, Mark Morris has essentially directed his dance company from the backseat of a taxi. By fall, he'll finally have a home. It's about time. After schlepping around for 20 years, seldom renting the same rehearsal space for more than a few ...

  • 16 years ago

    Clifford Breland figures the unshakable urge to make dances got into him one long-ago evening when his mother went to a juke joint near Picayune, Mississippi, and left him waiting in the car. As a boy of six, he reckoned it wouldn't hurt to just l...

  • 16 years ago

    Last May Linda Shelton, who directs the Joyce Theater, boarded a plane at LaGuardia. In Montreal, she went to a cheeky nightspot to check out Felix Ruckert's Hautnah (playing now through October 30 at the Joyce Soho). She downed a glass of German ...


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