Uncanny Worlds in Familiar SpacesBy Sariel Frankfurter
The pursuit of an original use for space in a dance work often seems a fraught subject for the choreographer, perhaps under the increasing pressure to challenge the conventions of audience-performer relationships.
An Unusual Evening of Baroque Opera and Kuchipudi FlavorsBy Susanna Sloat
On a frigid evening in February, Opera Lafayette warmed the Lynch Theater with a most unusual program. The early instrument company is based in Washington D.C. and seen regularly in New York.
Suspended AnimationBy Susan Yung
New York City Ballet, as an organization, currently exists in a state of suspended animation between the resignation artistic director Peter Martins—accused of emotional and physical abuse of the dancers and cleared by a perhaps less than impartial arbiter—and the appointment of a successor, for whom the search is underway.
The Making Room: A dance performance with required readingBy Jen George
In the literature of David Foster Wallace, the footnotes are just as enjoyable as the body of text.
GESEL MASON with Megan PughBy Megan Pugh
On April 6 and 7, at the Billie Holiday Theater, Gesel Mason will give the final live performances of NO BOUNDARIES, with a new solo by Kyle Abraham alongside revivals of the pieces by Miller, Roussève, McKayle, Zollar, Harris, and herself. But she’s already busy making plans for the project to continue, in the form of a digital archive.