Once upon a time, Pina Bausch made grim works. Members of her Tanztheater Wuppertal came onstage for their curtain call looking as if they'd almost died for you. Some New Yorkers were distressed by her works' sadomasochistic edge and the paucity of "real dancing," but more people found them deeply truthful. And there was no denying Bausch's imaginativeness, wit, or theatricality—a stage... More >>>