In the 1960s, at Judson Dance Theater, Deborah Hay was one of those who experimented with task and game structures as a way of putting pieces together. Despite the developments in her aesthetic since then, she has never lost that sense of dance as serious (and sometimes playful) play with form. During her recent Joyce Soho residency, she worked on shared solo material with four notable dancers, Wally Cardona, Mark Lorimer, Chrysa Parkinson, and Ros Warby,... More >>>