iDANZ Critix Corner -Dance Reviews
Dance Review: Blues, Rock, and Rachmaniov! -Complexions at The Joyce Theater
On opening night of the Complexions Fall/Winter season at The Joyce Theater, the audience, comprised with many power players of the dance world, not only buzzes with excitement and anticipation, but also disappointment. We hear that dance royalty, the breathtaking brilliant and talented, Desmond Richardson, is suffering from an injury (received... [Read more of this review]
Dance Review: Treeline’s Show and Tell; the Proper Way to Play
Happy Birthday Treeline Dance Works! Although this one-year-old company may be just a baby on the dance scene, kiddos look out because she is growing in vigorous leaps and bounds…quite literally, in fact!
Her first full-length show, In Transit, demonstrates how technical prowess can meet child-like playfulness. Throughout, dancers play... [Read more of this review]
Dance Review: Eryc Taylor Dance, Pushing Boundaries
Eryc Taylor Dance wraps up an amazing sold-out run at Joyce SoHo in Spectacular fashion. With excitement, grace, power, and beauty, this is a company to watch. The company, consisting of Isabelle Fernandez, Gierre Godley, Dillon Honniker, Carly Mayer, Michelle Pellizon and Danielle Schulz, is filled with excellent performers exhibiting with "no... [Read more of this review]
Dance Review: Neil Greenberg – Saggy-Crotch Tights are the Cats Pajamas!
By George—or better yet, by Merce—Neil Greenberg’s got good design; this former Cunningham dancer not only knows how to make a fashion statement, but also how to make statement, a fashion. His past works have made quite the mark, inviting audience members to question status-quo gender roles, ponder common assumptions about HIV/AIDS, and... [Read more of this review]
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