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  • 12 years ago

    Athletes Joe Namath, John Starks, and Emmitt Smith, and dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov, embody power, speed, and agility. But they've all paid a price. Each of these star players has sustained knee injuries. Donald J. Rose, associate attending orthope...

  • 12 years ago

    The performing arts foster cultural exchange, but as war escalates, intensified security checks and higher fees for visa processing affect every venue presenting international artists. Lincoln Center, Dance Theater Workshop, the Brooklyn Academy o...

  • 13 years ago

    Whenever Bill Shannon leaves his apartment, he attracts stares, comments, finger-pointing. It's no wonder this 32-year-old skater-clubgoer makes his living on stage: His daily sojourns on the street are performances. Shannon, whose new show, AOW: ...

  • 13 years ago

    With his shaved head, pearl studs piercing the tops of his ears, and a black tattoo that says "nunc scio quid sit amor," Latin for "Now I know what love is," running up his left forearm, Stephen Petronio comes across just as sleek, sexy, and idios...

  • 15 years ago

    At six foot four, Richard Move, playing the diminutive Martha Graham, packed the club Mother. Now he calls for political intervention to save her company. "Hers is the greatest body of work by anyone in the art form. Janet Reno and Madeleine Albri...

  • 15 years ago

    In Dutch, "kaatsbaan" means "playing field," an apt name for the $12 million dance oasis currently under construction in Tivoli, two hours north of Manhattan. Founded by American Ballet Theatre veterans Kevin McKenzie, Martine van Hamel, Bentley R...