Monthly Archives: April 2012

Slow Dancing: Last Touch First at the Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] A few years ago, photographer David Michalek filmed 43 dancers and choreographers with a high-definition camera. He projected the clips on giant screens at Lincoln Center. Each five-second segment was played in extreme

Slow Dancing: Last Touch First at the Joyce Theater

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] A few years ago, photographer David Michalek filmed 43 dancers and choreographers with a high-definition camera. He projected the clips on giant screens at Lincoln Center. Each five-second segment was played in extreme

6000 Miles Away–or, a Love Letter to Sylvie Guillem

[Read this article on The Huffington Post.] To American ballet fans younger than 35 or so, Sylvie Guillem is a mythical creature. We missed her years as the star of first the Paris Opéra Ballet and then the Royal Ballet.

6000 Miles Away–or, a Love Letter to Sylvie Guillem

[Read this article on The Huffington Post.] To American ballet fans younger than 35 or so, Sylvie Guillem is a mythical creature. We missed her years as the star of first the Paris Opéra Ballet and then the Royal Ballet.

Paul Taylor Dance Company’s New York Season

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Paul Taylor’s greatest gift is shading — adding a stroke of darkest charcoal to a brilliant moment, a sweep of white to a dusky one. His choreography reaches bright extremes, yet its strongest

Paul Taylor Dance Company’s New York Season

[Read this review on The Huffington Post.] Paul Taylor’s greatest gift is shading — adding a stroke of darkest charcoal to a brilliant moment, a sweep of white to a dusky one. His choreography reaches bright extremes, yet its strongest