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Virtual Cook-Along: Join April Cover Star Pam Tanowitz in the Kitchen

You’ve seen her choreography, but have you tried her turkey chili? On April 29, at 5 pm Eastern, Dance Magazine‘s April cover star Pam Tanowitz will take us inside her kitchen to share her signature recipe on Dance Media Live!—and you’re invited to follow along at home and cook it yourself as she takes us […]

Pam Tanowitz – Open 24 Hours Dance

Pam Tanowitz/Open 24 Hours Dance Company Works & Process at the Guggenheim Museum New York, New York March 18, 19, 2001 Reviewed by Kevin Giordano At the Guggenheim Museum’s Works & Process program, choreographers are invited to present their work and join in question-and-answer sessions that are sometimes awkward, sometimes collegiate, and often insightful. Choreographer […]

Pam Tanowitz

New York Live Arts, NYC May 15–18, 2013 Performance reviewed: May 16   Shortly before attending Pam Tanowitz’ new work, The Spectators, I watched a TED Talk video on how anxious people can improve their chances of being taken seriously. Just do what animals do. Stop that shrinking and slumping, that clutching of hands to […]

Pam Tanowitz Dance

Pam Tanowitz Dance Danspace Project St. Mark’s Church, NYC May 20–22, 2010 Reviewed by Siobhan Burke Members of the Purchase Dance Corps in The Wanderer Fantasy (Dance 1). Photo by Ted Kivett, Courtesy Danspace.   In the world of downtown performance, crisp, clean, classical technique rarely takes center stage. While identifying with that experimental world, […]

Pam Tanowitz Dance

Pam Tanowitz Dance Danspace Project, NYC November 2-5, 2006 Reviewed by Emily Macel Stasia Blyskal in costume for Pam Tanowitz�s Storage Photo by Richard Termine, courtesy Pam Tanowitz Pam Tanowitz knows how to use what she’s got—which is a small group of talented dancers capable of meshing modern dance with ballet, and intensity with restraint. […]

Indiana Woodward crouches on the floor on pointe, one leg long behind her, hair flowing down her back, free arm gently crossing her chest

Indiana Woodward: The Ebullient Ballerina With a Human Touch

Since joining NYCB, Woodward has delighted onlookers with her mix of elegant classicism and ebullient pluck. Both offstage and on it, she brings a warmth and generosity that make her appear just as at home in the Sugarplum Fairy’s mint-green tutu as it does in the minimalist gold lamé leotards of Pam Tanowitz’s Bartók Ballet.