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Tobi Tobias

September 11, 2000 | Feature
Fall Preview: Dance / Poetry in Moschen

Call him a juggler, call him a magician, call him -- as the MacArthur folks did -- a genius: Michael Moschen has a way with inanimate objects that makes you wanna dance.

September 11, 2000 | Feature
Fall Preview: Dance
August 14, 2000 | Dance Review

At the Lincoln Center Festival, a safe repertoire passes for experimental and guarantees an audience applauding its own "daring" taste.

August 7, 2000 | Dance Review
Russian Evolution

A revamped Bolshoi Ballet makes its first New York appearance in years -- but is its new, streamlined look a change for the better?

July 10, 2000 | Dance Review
Take Five (Please)

Need more sad evidence that the once-brilliant City Ballet has lost its luster? This year's Diamond Project should convince you.

June 26, 2000 | Dance Review
Just Saying No

Baryshnikov's White Oak project honors the choreographers of the Judson Dance Theater, who loudly rejected dance dogma decades before he did.

June 19, 2000 | Dance Review
Class Dismissed

The report cards are in for the students of the School of American Ballet -- and for their counterparts in the platitudinous new movie "Center Stage."

June 19, 2000 | Dance Review
Nicholas Hytner's "Center Stage"
June 5, 2000 | Dance Review
Lake Inferior

In the murky new American Ballet Theatre "Swan Lake," an emphasis on speeding things along leads to some ill-advised omissions.

May 29, 2000 | Dance Review
Diamond Dogs

New works from the City Ballet's Diamond Project suggest that its money might be better spent; Trisha Brown succeeds despite a tin ear.