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The Park Avenue Armory's high ceilings have attracted a group of performers who have a habit of defying gravity...Only the folks at Streb Extreme Action could get NY1's Roger Clark swinging back and forth on a giant ladder...The gigantic drill hall
SoHo, the choreographer and dancer Elizabeth Streb tried not to laugh at the sounds of exertion as a visitor struggled up the last steep flight of stairs...I can't say I don't enjoy it, she said mischievously, acknowledging the perverse delight she
41 p.m In 1971, a man walked down the side of an eight-story building on Wooster Street. Striding along with the aid of a mountaineering harness, horizontal to the sidewalk, he was performing a dance piece by then fledgling choreographer Trisha Brown.
Since the 1960s and '70s her daredevil, articulate vision of dance has come to life on walls, rooftops, rafts, tree trunks and ceilings. She has accumulated movement the art of building one action on another to create a sensual chain of motion
Last year the Bessies, otherwise known as the New York Dance and Performance Awards, took a breather. The hiatus was a temporary solution to a bigger problem: how to make the awards meaningful again. Julieta Cervantes for The New York Times Lucy
June 7, 2010 Some New Yorkers no matter how uncreative their jobs and lives may be love to mention how they live in neighborhoods once romantically settled by poets, painters and musicians. Kirsten Luce for The New York Times Condos have sprung up on
The Canadian city staging the Olympics will first host New York visitors performing a special feat: death-defying dance...She calls what her company does a "mixture of slam dancing, exquisite and amazing human flight, and wild action sport."...That's