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Laura Shapiro

August 9, 2004 | Dance Review
Britishisms

At Lincoln Center’s Ashton Festival, a second-ranked company steals the show. Plus: Thrilling Kabuki!

July 12, 2004 | Dance Review
Body Snatchers

Richard Move’s glorious, goofy homage to Martha Graham; Boris Eifman’s distinctly un-Balanchine Balanchine.

May 24, 2004 | Dance Review
Poetry in Motion

An artistic sensibility as beautiful and unforgiving as the Scottish moors informs Christopher Wheeldon’s new work for the City Ballet.

June 28, 2004 | Dance Review
The Insider

Mark Morris once dismissed the dance world with a bohemian’s disdain. Now he’s embraced it, never losing his gift for emotional insight.

June 21, 2004 | Dance Review
Russe Limbo

How do you solve a problem like Raymonda? An attempt to return to the ballet’s grand roots has mixed results. Plus, Peter Martins’s latest.

May 31, 2004 | Dance Review
Comfort Food

Though Lar Lubovitch’s graceful troupe still performs in offbeat venues, his work is solidly mainstream, disinclined to make waves.

May 24, 2004 | Dance Review
Poetry in Motion

An artistic sensibility as beautiful and unforgiving as the Scottish moors informs Christopher Wheeldon’s new work for the City Ballet.

April 26, 2004 | Dance Review
In Brief: Les Applaudissements

Everything I'd read about Maguy Marin's new work, including a rave review, made it sound ghastly: an hour of grim-faced walking around, inspired by Latin American dictatorships.

April 5, 2004 | Dance Review
A New Pergolesi

Back in that brief, shining moment when Twyla Tharp was making dances for Mikhail Baryshnikov, everything she choreographed for him was also about him.

March 22, 2003 | Dance Review
Merce Me

At the Joyce, Karole Armitage was showing her Cunningham roots; uptown at City Center, Paul Taylor dipped into his back pages.

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