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2000 Stories by Elizabeth Zimmer

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  • Organization Man

    published December 5, 2000

    David Dorfman looks more like a social studies teacher or a dentist than the flourishing musician and choreographer he is. After earning a B.S. in... More >>

  • Jody Does Loie

    published November 7, 2000

    Jody Sperling has been re-creating the work of Loie Fuller. Her Time Lapse Dance, performing Friday through Sunday at the Cunningham Studio, has... More >>

  • Moving Targets

    published September 5, 2000

    Imagine an escalator carrying choreographers and their companies up through dance venues, from tiny lofts and 99-seat houses to the Kaye... More >>

  • Bodies Politic

    published August 22, 2000

    History, the truism has it, is written by the winners. But the growth of dance history as a discipline has produced a crop of books by women that... More >>

  • From the Field To A Garden

    published August 15, 2000

    It had rained for days and would continue for several more. The deluge had washed out one performance by choreographers from the Field—the... More >>

  • Extraordinary People

    published June 27, 2000

    Actors warn against sharing stages with children and animals; such unfettered spirits steal attention from mere professionals. To that caveat I'd... More >>

  • Graham Cracker

    published June 6, 2000

    Janet Eilber, artistic director-designate at the Martha Graham Dance Company, spoke from her home in Los Angeles, explaining the deadlock that... More >>

  • Baryshnikov Mounts Rainer

    published June 6, 2000

    Mikhail Baryshnikov defected to America more than 25 years ago, the same season that Yvonne Rainer gave up dancing and choreographing. At the... More >>

  • Launching Pads

    published May 23, 2000

    In the average American town, the spring dance recital is a ritual. Academies rent major concert halls to accommodate their shows. Here, there's... More >>

  • Like a Flame—Fame!

    published May 9, 2000

    People who succeed at ballet are good at following directions; they take thousands of lessons over a decade and then get jobs before their peers... More >>

  • The Baby Dance

    published March 7, 2000

    London-born Keely Garfield, whose performances at Playhouse 91 open the annual 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Project next Thursday, is seven months... More >>

  • Tiny and Tall

    published February 1, 2000

    A predictable career escalator carries dance artists from the city's small spaces to its larger ones, from local gigs to national touring.... More >>

  • Moss Picks Pinto

    published January 18, 2000

    In 1974, Tacoma native Dean Moss, a math major, turned down an air force ROTC scholarship to study dance; in 1979, he accepted a scholarship at... More >>

  • Watch Your Steps

    published January 11, 2000

    Wild Hearts in Strange Times, an hourlong telefilm featured at this year's incarnation of the world's oldest dance film and video festival,... More >>

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