Thursday, April 27, 2017

Dance Review: Movement Masters Take on the Jazz Masters, Lar Lubovitch at The Joyce

Step number one, in considering Lar Lubovich’s program at the Joyce Thursday night, is opening this in your browser while you read this review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0I6xkVRWzCY. This show is a delightful group of dances presented by the talented Lar Lubovitch Dance Company.  It starts off with “Nature Boy: Kurt Elling” featuring solos by Christopher Vo and […]

Announcement: An Evening of Dance by Jessica Danser/dansfolk

 Some Very Good Years an evening of dance by Jessica Danser/dansfolk Friday, March 19, 8 pm Sunday, March 21, 5 pm Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance-BAAD! 841 Baretto St., Bronx NY 6 train to Hunts Point or 2 train to Simpson St. General Admission $15 Featuring the premiere of “mixtape for some pretty good […]

Announcement: CORELLA BALLET CASTILLA Y LEÓN at City Center

CORELLA BALLET CASTILLA Y LEÓN ANNOUNCES COMPLETE  PROGRAM FOR U.S. DEBUT Season includes Premieres by Ángel Corella, Russell Ducker, and María Pagés as well as works by Leonid Lavrovsky, Christopher Wheeldon, Vladimir Vasiliov and Natalia Kasatkina With Angel Corella, Herman Cornejo, Joseph Gatti, Adiarys Almeida, Carmen Corella, Natalia Tapia, and Kazuko Omori March 17 – […]

Announcement: JUILLIARD DANCES REPERTORY OF CLASSIC WORKS BY ACCLAIMED CHOREOGRAPHERS MERCE CUNNINGHAM, PAUL TAYLOR, AND JEROME ROBBINS

JUILLIARD DANCES REPERTORY OF CLASSIC WORKS BY ACCLAIMED CHOREOGRAPHERS MERCE CUNNINGHAM, PAUL TAYLOR, AND JEROME ROBBINS FIVE PERFORMANCES WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 – SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 2010 IN JUILLIARD’S PETER JAY SHARP THEATER Juilliard Dance, under the artistic direction of Lawrence Rhodes, presents Juilliard Dances Repertory, five performances Wednesday, March 24 – Sunday, March 28, 2010, […]

Announcement: National Dance Theatre of Jamaica Performs at Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts

February 24, 2010 by  
Filed under iDANZ NewsWire

National Dance Theatre of Jamaica Performs at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts Saturday, March 6, 2010 at 8pm Sunday, March 7, 2010 at 2pm Walt Whitman Theatre at Brooklyn College 2900 Campus Road, Brooklyn, NY  11210 Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts dedicates upcoming performances of National Dance Theatre Company of Jamaica to […]

Announcement: 92ND STREET Y HARKNESS DANCE FESTIVAL Celebrating 75 Years

February 24, 2010 by  
Filed under iDANZ Performance Bulletins

92ND STREET Y HARKNESS DANCE FESTIVAL From The Horse’s Mouth: Celebrating 75 Years of Dance and Community Fri & Sat, Feb 26 & 27 at 8 pm; Sun, Feb 28 at 3 pm Performances take place at the 92nd Street Y (1395 Lexington Ave at 92nd Street) Tickets & Information: www.92y.org/HarknessFestival or 212.415.5500 New York, […]

Dance Review: Grupo de Rua -Running Backward, Moving Forward

This week at Dance Theater Workshop (DTW), Brazilian dance company Grupo de Rua ties together hip-hop, breakdancing, Capoeira, and modern dance in a virtuosic, yet sincere investigation of street dance. Choreographer Bruno Beltrão brings much more than his company of nine male dancers to New York City; he transports the less glamorous, but perhaps more […]

Dance Review: Fresh Tracks Leaves a Definite Impression

Come to Fresh Tracks presented by Dance Theater Workshop and expect to be surprised.  Fresh Tracks 2010 offers some shocking works from new choreographers seeking to get their names out there. First on the program is up and down by Makiko Tamura who also dances in the piece alongside Ryoji Sasamoto. The dance is inspired […]

Dance Review: Urban Bush Women, Unapologetically Zollar

Urban Bush Women presents an insightful evening of celebration at New York City’s Dance Theater Workshop entitled Zollar: Uncensored…  Jawole’s unapologetically raw interpretation of the beauty and strength of womanhood.  The show begins with Jawole herself standing in a pool of light and continues on with song.  The entire show is narrated by the voices […]

Dance Review: Elfi Schaefer-Schafroth, Swiss Solo Show is Super-Inspirational

The Joyce SoHo often presents unique, even avant-garde artists, and Elfi Schaefer-Schafroth exemplifies this fact.  As a soloist choreographer and dancer, she has created more than five full-length solo works and toured the world performing them.  In her work, she may incorporate movement phrases given to her by an international group of her friends and […]

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