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Plain-Spoken, Richly Sung

I can’t remember the first Richard Maxwell song I heard. But I do remember, and clearly, how I felt when his New York City Players massed on the stage and lifted their voices—those oh-so-vulnerable, unladen ...

Apr, 24

Worth Noting

By Sarah Maxfield Like many dancers, I grew up in ballet studios full of Degas posters. I have one in my apartment even now. It is from an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art ...

Apr, 16

Ode to Sweat

Perspiration is so par for the course in dance that it typically doesn’t warrant mention, beyond the occasional casual one. Dancers work hard; they sweat; big deal. Except every once in awhile it is a ...

Mar, 15

Do a Little Dance, Make a Little Love…

“Dance, choreography, performance—our turf has become somewhat the baby of museums, biennales, etc. … it’s flattering to be invited, but it’s only when we get invited a second time that something starts to happen. It’s ...

Mar, 06

The Michelson Mystique: Siobhan Burke on the Whitney Biennial

Performers on View After the remarks—in which everyone expresses their admiration for everyone else who has contributed to this admirable group effort, emphasizing how monumental that effort has been and the greatness of each and ...

Mar, 01


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