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Susan Yung

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  • 10 years ago

    Saar Harari's dance and Israeli military training seem incongruous—if not physically, then karma-wise—but after Herd of Bulls works up a head of steam, it makes perverse sense and gives "task-oriented" choreography a new twist. Movement ...

  • 10 years ago

    Jonah Bokaer's NUDEDESCENDANCE winked at Duchamp's similarly titled painting, cleverly heralding the passage of time. Layer by layer, Bokaer peeled off close to two dozen garments, leaving a clothing trail—and temporal relic—down the ais...

  • 10 years ago

    Kara Tatelbaum can parlay melancholy and misery into performance fodder—a good thing since her apartment went up in flames last year. The event inspired Inferno, featuring Tatelbaum tethered to a chair in a state of helplessness; she screamed...

  • 10 years ago

    The charismatic dancer Takehiro Ueyama formed his company in 2003 after eight years with Paul Taylor. Takè Dance's recent varied program shows that Taylor's shadow may always trail Ueyama, but as time passes, it blessedly lurks farther away...

  • 11 years ago

    Walking along the deserted streets of Bushwick, the industrial neighborhood where Antonietta Vicario's ensemble performed hyperTHERMIA, created the proper alienated state of mind to watch her hypothetical "journey through Siberia." In Chez Bushwic...

  • 11 years ago

    Yves Musard has performed in New York since 1979, but in silhouette he can be mistaken for a child, so winsome are his carriage and aura. In Galaxie Pearl, he flitted through the St. Mark's sanctuary, tracing circles and diamond shapes in a stiff-...