“It can be just as exciting and moving and powerful to see a dancer make one small, subtle movement—that can be just as electrifying as seeing someone do a giant grand jeté,” says Cecily Campbell.
Judith Sánchez Ruíz on Being the First Person to Receive a Choreographic Commission from the Trisha Brown Dance Company
When Trisha Brown Dance Company associate artistic director Carolyn Lucas invited Judith Sánchez Ruíz to make a new work for the company, it was a historic first: Since its founding in 1970, it has only ever premiered works by Trisha Brown.
Lindsey Jones has always loved cooking, and although pesto was in her regular rotation before starting herb school, she now has a deeper understanding of the greens—and raw garlic—involved. “I like using a variety of herbs because you get that huge diversity of nutrients and vitamins,” she says.
The post-holiday haze has faded, and now there’s no denying it: Winter is here. If your reaction to below-freezing temps is to burrow inside a cocoon of blankets, emerging only to retrieve your hot beverage or warm comfort food of choice—well, we’re right there with you. Here are five dishes perfect for banishing the cold […]
It might seem like the majority of the American dance world moves to Vail or Jacob’s Pillow for the month of August, but there’s plenty to see elsewhere. From Royal Ballet dancers appearing in an intimate New York City theater to a new musical based on a Disney animated classic, here are the shows we […]
One of New York City Ballet’s most adventurous ballerinas will be a special guest of Paul Taylor American Modern Dance for its annual season at the Koch Theater. Sara Mearns is performing solos created by early modern dance icon Isadora Duncan as staged by Lori Belilove. Also on the menu: Paul Taylor Dance Company members […]
Growing up, Leah Ives always enjoyed preparing food—especially after-school snacks. So now, while she cooks to fuel her work with the Trisha Brown Dance Company, she always wants it to be “free-form in a casual, no-pressure way,” she says. That means she preps and eats whatever her body calls for. “I’ve gone through phases of […]
Maybe it’s just by chance, but it seems like the upcoming lineup in New York City is designed to remind us of the women giants of our field. What a great welcome to the new season! • Twyla Tharp brings new and old work to the Joyce. She may be the most prolific living choreographer […]