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Dance Reviews Archive

April 30, 2007
A Very Young Dancer

Is City Ballet’s youth movement a danger or a delight?

August 9, 2004
Britishisms

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

July 12, 2004
Body Snatchers

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

May 24, 2004
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
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
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
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
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
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
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.

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