Author: Lauren Wingenroth

Lauren Wingenroth is a recent graduate of Barnard College and an active dancer and choreographer in New York City. She currently dances with e r a dance collective and TREES and choreographs and collaborates on new works of musical theater. Her writing can be found at Broadway World, The Columbia Spectator, Dance Magazine and Pointe.

Under are the articles written for DanceTabs.
Ballet Hispanico in If Walls Could Speak.© Paula Lobo. (Click image for larger version)

Ballet Hispanico – If Walls Could Speak – New York

A sparse, small apartment contains much of the drama in Fernando Melo’s If Walls Could Speak, an evening-length premiere for Ballet Hispanico.

Batsheva - The Young Ensemble.© Gadi Dagon. (Click image for larger version)

Batsheva, The Young Ensemble – Decadance – New York

To think of Batsheva – The Young Ensemble as a second company is to represent inaccurately the power of this group as interpreters of Ohad Naharin’s movement.

Camille A. Brown and Catherine Foster in Black Girl: Linguistic Play.© Christopher Duggan. (Click image for larger version)

Camille A. Brown & Dancers – Black Girl: Linguistic Play – New York

If Black Girl’s power comes from its specificity, its nostalgia comes from its universality…

Guggenheim's Works and Process showing of Harlequinade.© Works & Process at the Guggenheim/Jacklyn Meduga. (Click image for larger version)

Works and Process at the Guggenheim – Petipa, Balanchine and Harlequinade

The most recent Works & Process at the Guggenheim looked at Commedia dell’arte ballets from Petipa (“Les millions d’Arlequin”) and Balanchine: “Harlequinade”…

Emery LeCrone in the studio.© Rosalie O’Connor. (Click image for larger version)

Emery LeCrone – Joyce Theater Ballet Festival bill – New York

I want to see what LeCrone can do with more bodies and longer pieces.

Ballet X in Sunset, o639 Hours.© Alexander Iziliaev. (Click image for larger version)

BalletX – Sunset, o639 Hours – New York

A diverse company tells this story, thankfully. The women in particular are diverse in their movement quality, and Felesina is a standout among them.

LeeSaar The Company in Grass and Jackals.© David Andrako. (Click image for larger version)

Batsheva and LeeSaar The Company – B/olero, Grass and Jackals – New York

Grass and Jackals possesses what B/olero leaves wanting. Oversized eyebrows painted on each dancer…

Joshua Beamish.© David Cooper. (Click image for larger version)

Joshua Beamish and MOVE: the company – Pierced, burrow, Stay, Surface Properties – New York

Dancing alone, Beamish introduces his movement: silky smooth shifts, surprising twitches, lines of energy rolling through the body…

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