Monthly Archives: February 2012

Ballet Arizona at The Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] New York City’s Joyce Theater is a lovely venue, intimate and uncluttered. It’s small enough to be a realistic option for touring regional ballet companies. But sometimes it feels as if these modest

Ballet Arizona at The Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] New York City’s Joyce Theater is a lovely venue, intimate and uncluttered. It’s small enough to be a realistic option for touring regional ballet companies. But sometimes it feels as if these modest

The Posh World of Les Ballets de Monte Carlo

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] A chic crowd gathered at the Joyce Theater last Wednesday — thin women in fat furs, chattering in French. It was the opening night of Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, and some of

The Posh World of Les Ballets de Monte Carlo

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] A chic crowd gathered at the Joyce Theater last Wednesday — thin women in fat furs, chattering in French. It was the opening night of Les Ballets de Monte Carlo, and some of

Will Rawls and Isabel Lewis

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] In 1982, choreographer Ishmael Houston-Jones curated a project called Parallels. He asked eight black artists to make dances, hoping to explore whether the terms “black dance” and “post-modern dance” made any sense together.

Will Rawls and Isabel Lewis

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] In 1982, choreographer Ishmael Houston-Jones curated a project called Parallels. He asked eight black artists to make dances, hoping to explore whether the terms “black dance” and “post-modern dance” made any sense together.

Wheeldon’s Wonders at New York City Ballet

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] It’s never fun to be late to the party, especially a party thrown by the New York City Ballet and Christopher Wheeldon. I missed the premiere of the company’s first “All Wheeldon” program,

Wheeldon’s Wonders at New York City Ballet

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] It’s never fun to be late to the party, especially a party thrown by the New York City Ballet and Christopher Wheeldon. I missed the premiere of the company’s first “All Wheeldon” program,