Tuesday, October 17, 2017

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 interrogate what […]

Dance Review: ‘Last Meadow’….Go see it!

‘Last Meadow’, by Miguel Gutierrez and the Powerful People, is perfectly wildly entertaining. The group presents a challenging, fun, gender-bending, James-Dean-inspired trio at Dance Theater Workshop this week.  It is an evening filled with inspired dancing and the witty use of both text and music. As the lights come up, Michelle Boulé appears seated in […]

Dance Review: 2009 DanceNOW…. God, I Hope Not!

It was a rainy night in Manhattan, you know what that means?  I have a modern dance show to review, and, after the first 1/2, boy I was bitter about it.  There is nothing I hate more than bad modern dance.  Hint:  No one wants to see lunges and un-pointed feet unless there is a […]

Dance Review: DanceNow at Dance Theater Workshop

DanceNow at Dance Theater Workshop presents 50 works from a wide assortment of dance companies giving each artist seven minutes in which to show their stuff. They invite you to “find your artistic crush” from among the various companies which range from emerging to mature artists.  Wednesday night, my heart went pitter-pat for Amber Sloan […]

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