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A Breakthrough for the Limón Company—Bare Legs

There was something very different about the Limón Dance Company last week during their season at The Joyce Theater. It was the costuming: For a long time, women just did not expose bare legs in the modern dance land of long dresses and long tights. But seeing the Limón dancers in Kate Weare’s Night Light […]

Meet Jesse Obremski, the NYC Freelancer with a Globe-Trotting Bucket List

At six feet tall, Jesse Obremski dances as though he’s investigating each movement for the first time. His quiet transitional moments are as astounding as his long lines, bounding jumps and seamless floorwork. Add in his versatility and work ethic, and it’s clear why he’s an invaluable asset to New York City choreographers. Currently a […]

Michelle Dorrance and 7 Other Dance Events on Tap at the Guggenheim

Though New York City’s Guggenheim Museum is principally a destination for modern- and contemporary-art enthusiasts, its dance programming seems to be getting beefier each season. This week, details were released for two site-specific events we’re practically drooling over. Tapper extraordinaire Michelle Dorrance and American Ballet Theatre pyrotechnic wonderboy Daniil Simkin will perform in the museum’s […]

400 Dancers, 4 Choreographers, 1 Audition

Behind the scenes at a shared audition for Kyle Abraham, Brian Brooks, Kate Weare and Anna Sperber this fall Brooks tests the dancers’ creativity with an improvised solo. Photos by Jim Lafferty. It’s noon, and the audition is already running behind schedule. The next group of warmed-up dancers is led into the room. “Swedish Fish and Terra […]

Supporting the Arts in Boston

“Let us read, and let us dance; these two amusements will never do any harm to the world.” —Voltaire   Yesterday was a traumatic one for Boston, and the rest of the nation. Dance Magazine is based in NYC but several of our staffers are either from Boston or attended college there. Today when we […]

Harrowing Beauty

Inside off-Broadway’s smash hit Sleep No More     Leslie Kraus and Paul Zivkovich, Photo: Christopher Duggan     A site-specific evening of blockbuster proportions, Sleep No More has been off-Broadway’s hottest ticket for two years, and is still going strong. Its themed nights, including the upcoming New Year’s Eve banquet and after-party, keep both […]

Vital Signs

Location, Location, Location ODC Theater brings adventure and irreverence to “regional touring” with the first-ever Walking Distance Dance Festival. A three-day, Fringe-esque event, the festival will utilize three performance spaces within ODC’s two buildings. Modeled on its 2010 InnerState Project in Willits, CA (in which three performance venues were within walking distance of each other), […]

Bravo for the 4 Women at the Joyce

Gutsy. Wild. Smart. Original. All four of these young choreographers fit those words: Andrea Miller, Camille A. Brown, Kate Weare, and Monica Bill Barnes. Each has her own unmistakable voice. Strong voices, spirited voices. Sure there are influences that are easy to see. Brown’s group pieces have heavy Ron K. Brown influence (she danced with […]

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