Alone, Yet InseparableBy Susan Yung
Engrossing, mysterious characters inhabit Beth Gills Nail Biter
We Are in CatastropheBy Candice Thompson
Faye Driscolls Weathering begins with voices. Singing, teeth, skin, mouth, the performers develop a harmony around the repetition of the word skin.
The Forced Abundance of Justin PeckBy Eve Bromberg
New York City Ballet’s over-reliance on Justin Peck to produce highlights the tensions between twenty-first-century demands of a ballet company and ghosts of choreographers past.
The Depths to Which She is CapableBy Rennie McDougall
The Martha Graham Dance Company’s latest program shows the enduring strength of her legacy and the challenges for the companys future.