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2002 Stories by Tobi Tobias

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  • Seussing It Out

    published December 24, 2002

    I went to the latest installment of "Newsteps," a dance series for emerging choreographers (Mulberry Street Theater, November), with the... More >>

  • Good Intentions

    published December 17, 2002

    Being a purist, choreographer Christopher Caines insists upon performing to live music. This is fortunate, since the music—from the... More >>

  • Nuts

    published December 10, 2002

    Every work of art is rooted in the time, place, and social climate of its making. The most powerful and durable creations transcend these... More >>

  • Genitals and Face

    published December 3, 2002

    French-born, Berlin-based Xavier Le Roy came to dancing late, after training as a microbiologist. It makes sense, then, that his 50-minute solo,... More >>

  • In the Abstract

    published November 12, 2002

    Jeremy Nelson's SightUnseen (Danspace Project, October) adheres ferociously to the idea of dance for its own sake. Narrative, character,... More >>

  • Moses in the Desert

    published October 8, 2002

    Moses Pendleton’s program-length Opus Cactus, featured Tuesday, Wednesday, and Sunday in the Momix season at the Joyce, is a... More >>

  • Fringe Benefits

    published September 17, 2002

    New York's annual Fringe Festival—a 17-day marathon of nearly 200 shows in 20 downtown theaters—lures its audience with the prospect of... More >>

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