Dance is the way I digest what the world is teaching me.
September 20 marks Bebe Miller’s 70th birthday. The Brooklyn native got her start dancing in classes with Murray Louis, noting in the December 1989 issue of Dance Magazine, “I learned improvisation and composition before I knew how to plié.” Recalling a couple of months of ballet classes at age 13, she added, “All those little […]
A master of cross-pollination, Annie-B Parson pulls material from dance, film, music, literature, theater and more into deeply satisfying dialogues. And she has a busy fall: Her new book is being published in November. Big Dance Theater, the company she leads in partnership with Paul Lazar, brings three works to the NYU Skirball Center for […]
The ever-so-busy Kyle Abraham is back in New York City for a brief visit with his company Abraham.In.Motion as they prepare for an exciting spring season of new endeavors with some surprising guests. The company will be debuting a new program at The Joyce Theater on May 1, that will include two new pieces from […]
Hofesh Shechter's Latest Hits North America, Plus Six Other Shows That Sparked Our Interest This Month
We are deep into the fall season, and the steady stream of great performances has yet to let up. Here are the shows we’re keeping an eye on this month. It’s the End of the World as We Know It Hofesh Shechter’s Grand Finale. Photo by Rahi Rezvani, Courtesy Danse Danse MONTREAL AND NEW YORK […]