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2001 Stories by Eva Yaa Asantewaa

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  • True to Form

    published November 27, 2001

    The St. Mark's ushers invited us to walk around "Angel," Lloyd Cross's 1977 animated hologram of Judson-era improviser Simone Forti. Trespassing... More >>

  • Dances From the Gone World

    published October 9, 2001

    Sitting in the shadow of the World Trade Center in early September, I cheered Ron Brown's wondrous dance troupe, Evidence, on the plaza. Amazed... More >>

  • What Goes Up

    published September 25, 2001

    Kenneth Laws, professor emeritus of physics at Dickinson College, comes to his passion for the biomechanics of ballet quite honestly: He's a... More >>

  • On the Fringe

    published September 11, 2001

    De Facto Dance's 35-minute "structured improvisation," Into the Wild (FringeNYC/Ontological Theater at St. Mark's), was a refreshing... More >>

  • What Kind of Man is This?

    published September 4, 2001

    Look up between Lincoln Center's Metropolitan Opera House and the Vivian Beaumont Theater and you'll see a wide swath of heaven. Golden Gamelan:... More >>

  • Hot Countries

    published August 21, 2001

    Billed as part of a Lincoln Center Out of Doors "Playday" (informal workshops taught by subway musicians around Josie Robertson Plaza), Scott... More >>

  • Color Them Out and Proud

    published July 17, 2001

    For Gay Pride Month, dance artists of color put their queer shoulders to the wheel. Brooklyn's "Toenails of Steel & Ruby Red Text" (Thelma Hill... More >>

  • Two for Love

    published May 1, 2001

    With any justice, history will honor Gina Gibney Dance (the Duke, April) for exquisite, sensitive choreography that mattered in a time when so... More >>

  • Dancer Power

    published April 10, 2001

    Dance by Neil Greenberg's Sequel (Kitchen) captured the histrionic roil of the score for Hitchcock's Vertigo (as sampled by Zeena... More >>

  • Shut Up and Dance

    published March 27, 2001

    Jeanette Stoner and Dancers' new, allegorical Utterance (83 Leonard Street) worked better when it uttered little. An artist with a capital... More >>

  • In Living Color

    published March 13, 2001

    The Kevin Wynn Collection's latest bravura performance (Cunningham Studio, February) expressed the fiery ecstasy of dance. Requirements: quick... More >>

  • Brutal Garden

    published February 20, 2001

    At "Altogether Different" (Joyce Theater, January), Compagnie Flak presented José Navas's Perfume de Gardenias, a work of terror... More >>


    published January 30, 2001

    David Grenke's ambitious new work for Thingsezisee'm Dance/Theater risked alienating us with deliberate distancing and artificiality, gleaming... More >>

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