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October 20, 2009 by  
Filed under iDANZ Performance Bulletins

AN EVENING OF WORKS BY KAZUKO HIRABAYASHI DANCE THEATRE Friday, October 23 – 9pm Saturday, October 24 – 8pm Sunday, October 25 – 3pm   Ailey Citigroup Theater Joan Weill Center for Dance 405 West 55th Street at 9th Ave. New York, New York 10019 The Spring (WORLD PREMIERE), a large ensemble piece set to […]

Dance Review: Balletto Teatro di Torino, Where the Wild Things Really Are

The wild things are not at your local movie theater, they are at The Joyce Theater through ready to haunt this city with movement that transcends time and space, bodies as majestic as supermodels, and a presence as enigmatic as all of your uncharted desires.  Hailing from Italy, Balletto Teatro di Torino (BTT) knocks it […]

Dance Review: Gina Gibney’s View Partially Obstructed, I Wish All Views Were This Partially Obstructed

  Gina Gibney choreographs a gorgeous, organically flowing, 55 minute piece set to a memorable piece of music by Ryan Lott and atmospherically influenced by a brilliant live projection designed by Joshue Ott/superDraw. The set design and costumes by Lex Liang and lighting design by Kathy Kaufmann are just the right final ingredients to make […]

Dance Review: Take a Trip to Buenos Aires with Tanguera, The Tango Musical!

Tanguera, dubbed the only tango musical, arrives at New York City Center creating the atmosphere of Buenos Aires.  With only one singer and a few narrative songs, I would hardly call the production a musical.  Tanguera is very much a ballet, but with tango as the dance vocabulary that tells the story.  The production opens […]

Dance Review: Mina Nishimura, Ursula Eagly, Ori Flomin, Three Dances for the Price of One

Presenting works by three different choreographers, Dance Theater Workshop markets this show as three dances for the price of one, but I’m not quite sure that’s a good deal.  The program lives somewhere between a sampler platter type showcase and a full-evening work.  The result leaves me somewhat dissatisfied. Timmy’s Idea, Mina Nishimura explains, is […]

Dance Review: Chase Brock at Abrons Arts Center, NYC

To go to the depths of the lower east east of Manhattan, where it takes an hour to get home or $50 for a cab, you better put on a show that entertains, provokes thought, and inspires me, or else I’m gonna get real mad!   Thursday night, October 8 (the night after seeing the cerebral […]

Dance Review: What the Human Body Can Do, Lucinda Childs Dance at The Joyce Theater

Rid your mind of the notion that dancers are just like real people – capable of clumsiness, dragging feet, spatial confusion and other characteristics that typically unite human beings – and then you will be ready to see Lucinda Childs Dance at The Joyce Theater.  Unless you do this, you will spend two precious hours […]

Dance Review: Decreation, Forsythe at BAM

Wednesday night I show up to BAM for Forsythe.  As a dancer who has seen many works by William Forsythe, there is a particular aesthetic you become to expect of him.  Well, his evening length piece, choreographed in 2003 entitled Decreation, does not subscribe to that particular idea of freakishly perfect trinas in funky tutus […]

Announcement: iDANZer Julie Fotheringham performs at New York Electronic Art Festival!

October 7, 2009 by  
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  iDANZer Julie Fotheringham Performs at the  New York Electronic Art Festival! Hello, iDANZers! Jarryd and fellow esteemed iDANZ member, Julie Fotheringham, will be doing a performance followed by an artist talk as part of the New York Electronic Art Festival on Saturday, October 10. The performance will include an excerpt from ‘Stress Positions’, as […]

Dance Review: In the Rhythm – Paco Peña and the Flamenco Dance Company

İOle!  Cries an audience member as the lights came up on Paco Peña and his Flamenco Dance Company Friday night at Town Hall.  They haven’t moved a muscle, yet their strong faces and erect postures, the warm gold light gleaming off the guitars and the pure black of the costumes, is already enough to excite […]

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