culturevulture.net – review

Merce Cunningham was the perfect person to jump on the IPOD bandwagon. Now his dance company must travel from engagment to engagement with dancers, sets, costumes and a small truckload of miniature music players with tangly cords and earphones, all  ...

culturevulture.net – review

Emanuel Gat sets dances to works of music loaded with historical baggage, such as Mozart’s Requiem, which accompanies "K626". He doesn’t synchronize the start of the movement with the music, instead beginning in silence, and inserting gaps between movements. Awaiting  ...

San Francisco Ballet 2007 Season Program 6

Choreography: Agnes de Mille Composer: Aaron Copland Directed by Christine Sarry Staged by Anita Paciotti World Premiere: October 16, 1942, Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, Metropolitan Opera House; New York, NY Helgi Tomasson’s new ballet, “On Common Ground”, which debuted  ...

culturevulture.net – review

Two programs which paid their respects to the New York City Ballet in different ways, and a dangling semaphore, an android frenzy by Wayne MCGregor (repeated from last season) “Eden, Eden”, finished off the regular season of the San Francisco  ...

Emio Greco / PC “Hell” – review

A new wave of contemporary dance is heading from Europe and sweeping America these days instead of the other way around. Emio Greco/PC exemplifies the kind of work being snatched-up by American programmers and dropping seeds of influence around the  ...

Martha Graham Dance Company- review

So what do we do with Martha Graham Dance Company now? It has receded from the brink of financial disaster enough to mount a two week run at the Joyce Theater. The level of technique is high. Artistic Director Janet  ...