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Dance Review Today's Body Language With Yesterday's Steps Ronald K. Brown and Evidence at the Joyce Theater Andrea Mohin/The New York Times Ronald K. Brown and Evidence From left, Arcell Cabuag, Otis Donovan Herring, Annique Roberts and Clarice Young
Performance Studio March 8 and 9 Tuesday, March 6, 2012 Share Article Most undergraduates make it to the end of four years without ever finding out what it's like to work in their chosen field...Dance Company made up of a select group of the
Choreographer Karole Armitage's background in dance is far-reaching. Work with pop greats Michael Jackson and Madonna to top troupes such as Paris Opera Ballet, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater and the Washington Ballet are just some of the
Tell us Awesome Ailey Acclaimed contemporary dance ensemble Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater brings its 12-person junior troupe, Ailey II, to Bass Hall on Monday, Feb. 20, for an evening of contemporary dance. Ailey II features young, rising-star
Defying shallow choreography and gravity, too paula citron From Saturday's Globe and Mail Published Friday, Feb. 03, 2012 2:30PM EST Last updated Friday, Feb. 03, 2012 2:42PM EST The dancers are sleek and sexy; the repertoire, shallow. Under artistic
John Legend suits up for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's opening night gala, held at New York City Center on Wednesday (November 30) in New York City. The 32-year-old entertainer performed a song with dancers from the group at the show!...
NY1's weekly segment "Your Weekend Starts Now" shows entertaining picks for great things to do this weekend all around the city. NY1's Arts reporter Stephanie Simon filed the following report. "Angel Reapers" Joyce Theater 175 Eighth Avenue,
Though technically, that should be better, since I've seen only two...Rendell , the mayor of Philadelphia (before he became governor of Pennsylvania), conducted the Philadelphia Orchestra in the National Anthem at a World Series game in his city...
The combination of time and money that goes into television shows is starting to resemble the effort that goes into movies. The construct of ABC's Dancing With the Stars has been turned on its head, with the dancing professionals often earning the
Robert Battle smiled at the incongruity, sitting in the high noon darkness of a subterranean cafe in Moscow and slipping on the weighty mantle once worn by Alvin Ailey and then by Judith Jamison as artistic director of a much-celebrated American