Representing StravinskyBy Corey Harrower
Though one might assume a dance program titled Sourcing Stravinsky would focus on the life, work or ideas of the renowned composer, it was by no means the stipulation of Annie-B Parson, the program’s curator.
Tere O’Connor: Bringing up BABY and Bringing Down Dance CriticismBy Mathew Sandoval
Last summer the dance world was set ablaze when Tere O’Connor sent an oil-soaked letter to The New Yorker.
Of Buds, Blooms and Battments: Stephen Petronio at The JoyceBy Vanessa Manko
“Why am I always on a fast train or an airplane?” composer and songwriter Rufus Wainwright muses in his melancholy “Oh What a World,” set to the rhythms of Ravel’s Bolero.
Are We There Yet? Meg Stuart Pays a Visit HomeBy Catherine Massey
For Meg Stuart, the grass really is greener on the other side.