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15214   Swan Lake's Differing Ways  
Gary Parks
"Odile, where are you?" That''s the question New York dancegoers were asking themselves last spring as they sped back and forth across Lincoln Center''s vast plaza. New ... Issue Date: 8 / 1989

15922   Inside the Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble  
Maya Wallach
The Alvin Ailey Repertory Ensemble (AARE) is a professional dance company acclaimed in tours from New England to Ohio to the Caribbean, yet its first goal is to prepare its ... Issue Date: 7 / 1989

16107   Trisha Brown: Set for Success  
Gary Parks
Watching Trisha Brown''s dances makes one feel glad to be alive--they''re that pleasurable. Brown is a "modern" dancer, but don''t let that scare you. A bubbling piece like ... Issue Date: 6 / 1989

16258   Virginia Johnson: Queen of the Dance Theatre of Harlem  
Maya Wallach
It has been twenty years since the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., spurred a ballet dancer to build his own dream: the Dance Theatre of Harlem (DTH). New York ... Issue Date: 3 / 1989

15578   Ballets Russes Redux  
Nancy Dalva
The 1913 Paris premiere of Le Sacre du printemps is ballet''s most notorious opening night, a succes de scandale that turned the Theatre Champs Elysees into Bedlam. (Amid the ... Issue Date: 2 / 1989

15587   North Carolina Dance Theater Starts Over: A Troupe for Tomorrow  
Gary Parks
Savvy dance fans in New York City keep their eyes peeled for companies visiting from around the country. These troupes--they used to be called regional companies--often bring ... Issue Date: 2 / 1989

13794   Martha Graham's Gala Celebrates Warhol  
J. Percival
At ninety-four, Martha Graham is still very much the vigorous presence in the world of dance that she has been for so many decades. To launch the fall season of her dance ... Issue Date: 12 / 1988

13796   Josť Greco and His Flamenco Family  
Gary Parks
As the opening-night audience spilled from Eighth Avenue into New York''s Joyce Theater in late September, a feeling of bright anticipation seemed to bustle right alongside. ... Issue Date: 12 / 1988

14962   Harlem's Dance Theater: Exercise in Historical Irony  
Peter Lawrence
When the corps de ballet of the Dance Theatre of Harlem dances its way through George Balanchine''s Serenade, a new aesthetic immediately imposes itself upon the ballet. The dark ... Issue Date: 9 / 1988

14181   Robert Wilson Turns to Choreography  
David Stevens
In a little less than two decades, Robert Wilson has become an established phenomenon on the European theatrical scene, mainly with his large-scale, slow-moving, meticulously ... Issue Date: 7 / 1988

14187   New York City Ballet Fetes 40 Years With a $3 Million Festival  
Don McDonagh
The New York City Ballet, the country''s leading dance company, has been celebrating its fortieth anniversary this year with remarkable bravura. Long known for its music ... Issue Date: 7 / 1988

14359   Paul Taylor: Working the Space Between Art and Life  
Don McDonagh
Beauty and brute reality exercise equal fascination for Paul Taylor''s creative imagination. As Robert Rauschenberg, an early collaborator, has said in speaking of his own work, ... Issue Date: 6 / 1988

14581   Perpetuating Balanchine: A Merger in the World of Ballet  
Don McDonagh
Last year, Philadelphia''s Pennsylvania Ballet Company merged with the Milwaukee Ballet to become the Pennsylvania and Milwaukee Ballet. The new company is based in both cities, ... Issue Date: 5 / 1988

13539   Let There Be Light!: Creating Stage Sets for the Dance  
Don McDonagh
A hot, golden light pours down from above on a cluster of men and women at the start of Alvin Ailey''s masterly Revelations. This is the first of ten sequences danced to ... Issue Date: 4 / 1988

13915   Martha Graham: Choreographer as Consummate Individualist  
Don McDonagh
Martha Graham became a professional dancer the year before the October 1917 revolution that brought the Soviets to power in Russia. Seventy years later, three artistic children ... Issue Date: 2 / 1988

14089   Tackling Taylor: The Washington Ballet Company Goes Modern  
Alexandra Tomalonis
America is filled with regional ballet companies eager to achieve instant world-class status by staging scaled-down versions of nineteenth-century classics like Swan Lake and ... Issue Date: 1 / 1988

12007   The Nutcracker: America's Favorite Ballet  
Don McDonagh
America''s favorite ballet, without question, is The Nutcracker. No matter if the temperature is a balmy seventy degrees or a bone-chilling ten below when Christmas rolls ... Issue Date: 12 / 1987

13070   Cunningham Revolution: Technique, Not Theater  
Don McDonagh
Martha Graham put high drama and psychological complexity into modern dance and Merce Cunningham took them out. In place of personality, he emphasized physical execution. He ... Issue Date: 11 / 1987

13072   Fresh Winds From the West: The San Francisco Ballet Hits D.C.  
Alexandra Tomalonis
Under new leadership, the 55-year-old San Francisco Ballet (SFB) may have found the right formula to get the national recognition it deserves as America''s oldest ballet troupe. ... Issue Date: 11 / 1987

13404   National Dance Institute Presents 800 Children Plus Police  
Don McDonagh
"Bless ''em all, bless ''em all, the long and the short and the short and the tall" could easily be the theme song of Jacques d''Amboise''s National Dance Institute, which ... Issue Date: 9 / 1987

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