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2000 Stories by Eva Yaa Asantewaa

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  • Air Signs

    published December 26, 2000

    Who has seen the wind? I have—all 80 minutes of Sydney Dance Company's Air and other invisible forces (Joyce Theater), a fantasia with... More >>

  • Rhythm and Clues

    published November 28, 2000

    "Fridays@Noon" (92nd Street Y) helps choreographers get immediate, informal feedback on works in progress. What could be more bracing, I wondered,... More >>

  • Raw and Cooking

    published October 31, 2000

    A consummate visual artist, Eun Me Ahn first creates fantastical costumes, only later designing staging and steps. Her surprises leave room for... More >>

  • Fresh and Winning

    published September 26, 2000

    "Fresh Tracks," at Dance Theater Workshop Tuesdays through October 3, provides a superb showcase for emerging choreographers and a great service... More >>

  • Summer Scrapbook

    published August 29, 2000

    There's a world in New York, and in summer it dances, telling a multitude of stories. Festivals—many of them free and outdoors—sprout... More >>

  • No Need to Flee the Flea

    published August 15, 2000

    The Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company, at the Flea Theater through August 19, presents a 90-minute stream of five old and six new dances cleverly... More >>

  • Where There’s Hope

    published August 8, 2000

    Hope Boykin, trying to describe the origin of her choreography's striking iconography, recalls how her mother got her attention in church. "She'd... More >>

  • Deus et Machina

    published August 1, 2000

    Let us now hail the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (New York State Theater) for its survival and triumphant entry into the new millennium.... More >>

  • Heaven and Earth

    published July 25, 2000

    The dancers of Alpha Omega Theatrical Dance Company (Dance Theater Workshop) resemble eager recruits going to wars that matter, challenges... More >>

  • Worldwide Dance

    published June 20, 2000

    It's a shame that shows like the amazing Foxhole, by Tanya Gagné and Karen Sherman (P.S. 122), don't run long. By the time you... More >>

  • Worlds Collide

    published May 16, 2000

    Anahid Sofian remains one of the most respected artists and teachers to emerge from the '70s Middle Eastern dance craze. Erwin Frankel's Near East... More >>

  • Great Reckonings in Little Rooms

    published May 2, 2000

    Kamal Sinclair's Universal Arts (Context Studios, through May 20) features 16 performers who seem like a thousand. The Beat, her... More >>

  • Bold and Fresh

    published April 18, 2000

    This season's "Fresh Tracks" includes impressive showings from young women unafraid of their strength, emotions, or ability to be downright silly.... More >>

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