On line to get into the Ted Shawn Theatre at Jacob's Pillow, the woman studied her ticket. "I hope," she told her family, "that we're close enough to see the sweat but not close enough to get sprayed." Last summer, New Zealand's Black Grace performed in the Pillow's Doris Duke Studio Theatre, generating enough heat and flying sweat to make spectators feel part of a potent ritual. But even in a proscenium house like the Shawn—or Manhattan's New Victory, where this seven-man company (plus three female "guest artists") performs starting next week—Black Grace... More >>>