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AAADT in Rennie Harris' Lazarus.© Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater – Lazarus, Revelations – New York

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Lazarus, Revelations ★★★★✰ New York, City Center 30 November 2018 www.alvinailey.org www.nycitycenter.org Forward to Ailey In March of 1958, Alvin Ailey presented his first evening of dance, at…

New York Theatre Ballet in Septet.© Julie Lemberger. (Click image for larger version)

New York Theatre Ballet – Septet, Rondo, Concertino, Wings/A Petroushka Collage – New York

★★★✰✰   New York Theatre Ballet’s director, Diana Byer, is known for dusting off the dance history books, and giving a dose of challenging revivals. This time NYTB joins may companies around the country and indeed, the world, in celebrating Jerome Robbins’ centennial…

John Eirich and Lindsey Jones in Rockefellers.© Julie Lemberger. (Click image for larger version)

Dance Heginbotham – Harkness Dance Festival program – New York

★★★✰✰   As part of the 92nd Street Y’s annual Harkness Dance Festival, John Heginbotham’s company performed a brief, manageable program of solos and duets on Friday, including several New York premieres.

Tami Stronach Dance in Around the Bend.© Julie Lemberger. (Click image for larger version)

Dana Katz (curator) – Out of Israel: Works by Ayala Frenkel, Uri Shafir, Tami Stronach, Sharon Vazanna – New York

Far and away the highlight of the evening was Tami Stronach Dance’s Around the Bend…

Ashley Laracey in the studio (with Troy Schumacher).© Ani Collier, provided by Troy Schumacher. (Click image for larger version)

Two Young NYCB Choreographers on the Move: Justin Peck and Troy Schumacher

Two young NYCB choreographers have been out talking and showing what they do: Justin Peck at the Guggenheim and Troy Schumacher at the 92nd Street Y. Marina Harss on why they are so worth tracking…

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