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The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Jun. 18 2013, 4:31 PM EDT Mark Morris: You don't feel like you're looking at a dance company,' said Canadian dancer Peggy Baker of the Mark Morris Dance Group...I wouldn't keep doing it if I didn't think it was
Trent Reznor brought his band How to Destroy Angels to the Apollo Theater with a immersive sound and video display. Rather than simply present the faux documentary that's been shot for nine seasons, NBC plans a reunion-style show for The Office
The Washington Post Partway through Lar Lubovitch's jagged and unsettling piece called Crisis Variations, one of the dancers flips his partner upside down and spins her on her head...Lubovitch, a painstaking craftsman with four decades of modern
This thought came to mind on Wednesday night when the Lar Lubovitch Dance Company opened a five-day run at Gould Hall. One work was set to Schumann, another to Debussy and the third to a composition by Yevgeniy Sharlat based on Liszt's Transcendental
Seven people are tumbling and spinning out of control as the van they are riding in topples over a cliff. That is the imagery that choreographer Lar Lubovitch had in his head when creating his latest contemporary-dance work, 2011's "Crisis Variations.
March 14, 2012 It's hard work keeping a legendary choreographer's spirit alive. Martha Graham's company has taken a daring, postmodern approach only half the dances on Tuesday's opening night of the company's New York season were hers.
Lar Lubovitch Dance Company headlines Harkness Dance Festival, a bare-bones performance with the theme Stripped/Dressed. The festival, which takes dance down to its basic elements, also features a talk with Lubovitch and an eminent dance writer...
Kinesis, a mixed bill of recent contemporary choreography from regional artists that ranges from ballet to modern to jazz to Afro-Brazilian. Kinesis takes place Friday-Saturday, February 3-4 at 8 p.m. at Center Stage Theater. For tickets, call (805)
January 11, 2012 David Parsons is a whiz at whipping up entertaining dances with a thick, ingratiating layer of cheese. So it's a pleasant surprise to see his current show is still entertaining, but with more substance and less cheddar.
December 1, 2011 Wednesday's gala opening for the Alvin Ailey company was less revelation than reassurance. Taking over from Judith Jamison, Robert Battle began his first season with an astute new acquisition as well as the company bedrock,