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Dance Reviews Archive

October 9, 2000
Capital B

As the Kennedy Center's terrific tribute demonstrated, plenty of companies out there could show New Yorkers a thing or two about Balanchine.

August 14, 2000

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

August 7, 2000
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
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
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
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
Nicholas Hytner's "Center Stage"
June 5, 2000
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
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.

April 24, 2000
Ballet Tech

Some charming gimmickry from Eliot Feld's Ballet Tech.