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Paul Taylor Dance Company

Originally published on 3/18/14 on ExploreDance.com, in response to Paul Taylor Dance Company’s 3/14/14 performance 

Watching Paul Taylor’s work is often like being transported through American history, one decade, idea or dance trend at a time. Not that the movement is necessarily following a linear progression. But elements of American social dance, and of traditionally American character, are woven through Taylor’s diverse repertoire, making his work easily recognizable to those who have experienced it before. 

To read the full article, see http://exploredance.com/article.htm?id=3683&s=author&sid=10854 


Signs of Spring


Between winter and spring at Lincoln Center, March 23, 2014

Pulsing With Life

To close out their week of performances at the David H. Koch Theater in Lincoln Center, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater presented a program on Sunday, June 16 that featured new works and old favorites: Ronald K. Brown’s Four Corners, which had its world premiere earlier in the week; Kylián’s always interesting Petite Mort; and the classic Revelations, which continues to be a crowd favorite (and rightly so).  Continue reading


Sing For Hope

Pianos in Lincoln Center, June 16, 2013
taken at intermission from the balcony of the David H. Koch Theater