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Dance Reviews Archive

November 3, 2003
Gambolin' Man

A roll of the dice determines the order of elements in Split Sides—even when you’ll hear Radiohead’s music for Merce Cunningham’s dancers.

September 29, 2003
Lost in Spaces

Two haunted retrospectives kick off the dance season: one with Bill T. Jones and his late partner, Arnie Zane; the other with Twyla rocking out.

August 22, 2003
In Brief: Campagnie Felix Ruckert

Laura Shapiro reviews the latest from Compagnie Felix Ruckert.

July 28, 2003
Lovable Mess

You’ll forgive the clash of styles, the mix of periods, even Death in hot pants—because St. Louis Woman is so exuberantly performed.

July 14, 2003
What's the Pointe?

A company’s New York debut is all over the place; ABT’s big new work of the spring season fades behind the beautifully executed classics.

June 9, 2003
In Brief: HereAfter

Laura Shapiro reviews HereAfter.

June 2, 2003
Animal Magnetism

Christopher Wheeldon’s delightful new ballet takes off from The Carnival of the Animals but makes it a West Side story; Peter Martins skims the surface of a John Adams score.

May 26, 2003
Caged Birds

Merce Cunningham scatters dancers across a stage, in warm counterpoint to John Cage’s opaque score.

May 5, 2003
Site Lines

When Sara Michelson is at work, dance is likely to be happening everywhere inside—and out—of the theater. Boris Eifman’s Russian variation on Some Like It Hot is barely tepid.

April 7, 2003
In Brief: Mr. XYZ

Laura Shapiro reviews Mr. XYZ

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