Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Dance Review: Bill T. Jones, Serenade/Proposition- An Affectionate Farewell

How do you create an original work about a legendary historical figure, in one hour, with ten bodies and the stage as your open canvas?  How do you capture the essence of a single person, through modern dance, who lived a life, made history, and died almost 100 years before you were born?  This is […]

Dance Review: Nicholas Bruder on Ballet Hispanico at Queens Theatre in the Park

This past Saturday, I found myself at the beautiful, yet hard to find, Queens Theatre in the Park for Ballet Hispanico, brought to life by its new artistic director and former Ballet Hispanico dancer, Eduardo Vilaro. Goodnight Paradise opens the evening, choreographed by Ramon Oller.  Originally performed in 1994, this piece easily boasts the most […]

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