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  • 15 years ago

    What did Twyla Tharp do after completing a massive ballet to Beethoven's Seventh Symphony? She went back into the studio three days later and started a new dance to music by another Romantic titan. Her latest work for American Ballet Theatre, Vari...

  • 16 years ago

    With their hour-long, family-friendly Leonard and Minky, composer-writer Joel Diamond and choreographer-director John Selya seem to be aiming for a hip urban analogue to Peter and the Wolf. Plenty of kids attended a recent matinee; one wonders wha...

  • 16 years ago

    Can this frenzied group dashing madly in all directions, shouting and hurling life-size plastic dolls, really be Susan Marshall's dancers? Her previous works have tended toward the introspective and subdued, but in The Descent Beckons, opening Tue...

  • 16 years ago

    Don't expect wilis or muscle-bound Roman slaves when the Australian Ballet comes to City Center Tuesday. The 37-year-old company brought standards like Giselle and Spartacus when they last were here, but the only familiar fare this time is William...

  • 16 years ago

    On the postcard announcing Lava Love, directed and choreographed by Sarah East Johnson, four sturdy women stand with feet planted firmly and arms akimbo, their pose summoning up George Reeves as television's black-and-white Superman. While Johnson...

  • 16 years ago

    The custom-made black trailer, about the size of an ice-cream truck, will look pretty anonymous until around 9 p.m., when its doors are opened (eventually on all four sides), revealing the latest environment for an Eiko & Koma performance. The Jap...

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