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1999 Stories by Christopher Reardon

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  • Hey, Rudy! Look Over Here!

    published October 19, 1999

    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... More >>

  • High Hurdles

    published August 3, 1999

    Halfway through The Last Lap, Karole Armitage's new work for White Oak Dance Project, a rough flourish evokes her wilder past. Ruthlyn... More >>

  • Your Money and Your Life

    published August 3, 1999

    Dance is a storybook wedding of rigor and rapture—lean diets and dazzling leaps, sore feet and standing ovations, creeping poverty and... More >>

  • Bull Market

    published July 6, 1999

    The phrase suicide dive doesn't resonate well on Wall Street, where it evokes grisly images of the 1929 crash. It bugs Elizabeth Streb,... More >>

  • Growth Spurt

    published June 29, 1999

    In New York, the need to look good keeps health clubs busy almost around the clock. Yet the beautiful people who work out at Sutton Gymnastics and... More >>

  • Earth Mother

    published June 15, 1999

    On the phone from a retreat house in northern California, Anna Halprin tries to recall the last time she set foot in Manhattan. If memory serves,... More >>

  • Lucky Lindy

    published May 18, 1999

    It shouldn't be so hard to catch up with Frankie Manning. The man turns 85 this month, but like that damn battery bunny he just won't stop. First... More >>

  • Poetry Boy

    published April 6, 1999

    It's not easy describing how Tere O'Connor mixes abstract movement and raw interior monologue. One California critic threw up her hands, calling... More >>

  • The Wrecking Ball

    published February 2, 1999

    The little red-brick building at 316 East 63rd Street isn't much to look at, but, like the diminutive diva who put it on the map, it has a... More >>

  • Passion Play

    published January 26, 1999

    About 15 years ago, Richard A. Maxwell landed a part in what he calls "the worst Off-Off-Broadway production of Hamlet ever." At 29 he was... More >>

  • Second Sight

    published January 5, 1999

    It's loosely based on the whore of Babylon," says Lisa Giobbi, describing a new solo, Babylon, in which she dons a red dress and rides a... More >>

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