Monthly Archives: March 2012

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Mad Science: David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group’s “Restless Eye”

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] “I’m interested in an irrational response to our perceived place in the universe.” So says choreographer David Neumann in his program notes for Restless Eye, which runs through April 1 at New York Live

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Mad Science: David Neumann/Advanced Beginner Group’s “Restless Eye”

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] “I’m interested in an irrational response to our perceived place in the universe.” So says choreographer David Neumann in his program notes for Restless Eye, which runs through April 1 at New York Live

Ashley Tuttle (center) in %22Untitled (The Blue Ballet)-photo by Paula Court

Pam Tanowitz’s Untitled (The Blue Ballet)

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] The relationship between ballet and modern dance is at best uneasy. You might say they have trust issues. Ballet dancers tend to condescend to modern choreography, polishing the life out of it —

Ashley Tuttle (center) in %22Untitled (The Blue Ballet)-photo by Paula Court

Pam Tanowitz’s Untitled (The Blue Ballet)

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] The relationship between ballet and modern dance is at best uneasy. You might say they have trust issues. Ballet dancers tend to condescend to modern choreography, polishing the life out of it —

Mark Morris Dance Group

Mark Morris Dance Group at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Let’s begin by acknowledging that Mark Morris is a genius. His best dances — Gloria, L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato — tug at us powerfully. He can align steps and music in a way

Mark Morris Dance Group

Mark Morris Dance Group at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Let’s begin by acknowledging that Mark Morris is a genius. His best dances — Gloria, L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato — tug at us powerfully. He can align steps and music in a way