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Alex Carrington in Skies Calling Skies Falling.© RJ Muna. (Click image for larger version)

Margaret Jenkins Dance Company – Site Series (Inside Outside) Reimagined, Skies Calling Skies Falling – San Francisco

★★★★✰   …the line between performer and viewer hovers in a delicious state of ambiguity, steeped in porousness.

Nicholas Strafaccia, Gerald Casel and Samuel Wentz in Fluster.© Tim Russell. (Click image for larger version)

GERALDCASELDANCE – Cover Your Mouth When You Smile, Thirdperson, Fluster – San Francisco

★★★✰✰   Evaluating works in progress is a peculiar exercise. Without knowing what parts of a dance are complete or still conceptual, or where they fit within the context of a larger yet to be created piece a review is a guessing game.

Michaela Burns, Yu Kondo Reigen, Chin-chin Hsu and Kristen Bell in Alone Together.© Julie Schuchard. (Click image for larger version)

LEVYdance – Alone Together – San Francisco

★★★✰✰   As her opening salvo on these shores, Alone Together introduced Garance Marneur as an artist of exceptional skill and polish, to a level that’s unexpected…

GERALDCASELDANCE in Splinters in Our Ankles.© Robbie Sweeny. (Click image for larger version)

GERALDCASELDANCE – Splinters in Our Ankles – San Francisco

Choreographer Gerald Casel describes his new work, Splinters in Our Ankles, as an exploration of the tinikling, a lively folk dance of the Philippines.

Andrew Veyette, Sterling Hyltin and Company in Justin Peck's Everywhere We Go.© Paul Kolnik. (Click image for larger version)

New York City Ballet – Spring Gala and Justin Peck premiere, Everywhere We Go – New York

Justin Peck has gone from unknown corps-member to choreographer-of-the-moment in a blink of an eye. (He created his first piece for the company in 2012; this is his sixth.)

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