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19946   Against All Odds: Praise for the San Francisco Ballet  
Maya Wallach
The San Francisco Ballet is billed as a national treasure, but most of its gems, including director Helgi Tomasson, are foreign talents, and often fleeting ones at ... Issue Date: 8 / 1992

20307   Martha Graham: The Goddess  
Gary Parks
Martha Graham''s rich legacy lives on at Expo ''92 in Seville, Spain, in a work commemorating the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus'' first voyage to America. This ... Issue Date: 6 / 1992

20446   By Dance Possessed: Eliot Feld at Fifty  
Gary Parks
You have to admire Eliot Feld for being determined--even if you think, as I do, that the path he''s taken has turned into a dead end. For Feld, almost alone among ... Issue Date: 5 / 1992

20450   Bicoastal Ballet  
Julia Braun Kessler
It was a miraculous partnership. The pairing of dancers Robert Joffrey and Gerald Arpino lasted well over thirty years and was responsible for the development of what could be ... Issue Date: 5 / 1992

19867   Brief, Brilliant Phoenix: Twyla Tharp and Dancers  
Camille Hardy
Assembled last summer as a creative outlet by the feisty choreographer and performer, Twyla Tharp and Dancers presented a debut season at New York''s City Center Theater (January ... Issue Date: 4 / 1992

20375   NYCB's Peter Martins: Gloriously on His Own  
Camille Hardy
The New York City Ballet (NYCB) opened its ninety-fifth New York season on November 19 with a gala celebration and a preview of A Musical Offering, choreographed by Peter ... Issue Date: 3 / 1992

19520   Fun, Seriously at Lincoln Center  
Gary Parks
You know how they say a camel is a horse designed by committee? That''s the way I''ve always felt about the title Serious Fun!--which is what Lincoln Center calls its annual ... Issue Date: 11 / 1991

19663   Ralph Lemon: The New Romanticism  
Gary Parks
"Rhododendron, salvia, tulip, lilac, wisteria, azalea, begonia, camellia, dogwood, eucalyptus, gladiolus, heliotrope." How do I love thee? In Ralph Lemon''s newest dance, ... Issue Date: 9 / 1991

18629   Eliot Feld and the Shifting Paradigm  
Doris Hering
For more than two decades, people have thought of Eliot Feld as the heir apparent to choreographers George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins. Suddenly during his company''s recent ... Issue Date: 8 / 1991

19176   Sleeping Beauty Goes for Utopia  
Philip Kennicott
The long-awaited production of Tchaikovsky''s Sleeping Beauty by Peter Martins, by far the costliest and most ambitious effort yet made by the New York City Ballet, might be ... Issue Date: 7 / 1991

19284   Missing Misha: Businesswoman Now Leads ABT  
Gary Parks
At American Ballet Theatre, ballet has always been a business. That''s why hiring a businesswoman like Jane Hermann as executive director originally seemed like such a good idea. ... Issue Date: 6 / 1991

19735   Mark Morris: Cracking The Hard Nut  
Maya Wallach
Mark Morris is clearly on a roll. His American tour last summer was an all-out triumph. His much awaited version of ballet''s classic Nutcracker has gotten him not only wildly ... Issue Date: 3 / 1991

18901   American Modern Dance in Mid-life Crisis  
Maya Wallach
Lyons'' fourth Biennale de la Danse, with seventeen leading U.S. companies, provided the perfect opportunity last fall for an unprecedented look at the past, present, and future ... Issue Date: 2 / 1991

18094   Of Myths and Mothers: A Disturbing Postmodern Dance  
Maya Wallach
The Mother of Three Sons is an opera with all but one singer banished from the stage. It is postmodern dance compressed into telling a story. It is the psychological study of a ... Issue Date: 11 / 1990

18227   Jerome Robbins: Choreographer of the American Dream  
Camille Hardy
Walking through Times Square in the summer, what first catches your eye in the crowd are the groups of three, four and even six trim, white-uniformed American sailors. Times ... Issue Date: 10 / 1990

18356   Mark Morris: The Soul of Androgyny  
Lawrence O'Toole
Modern artists, unlike the majority of their forerunners, seem to be terrified of real emotion. Hence, there is a tendency to deadpan, especially among the young generation of ... Issue Date: 9 / 1990

17009   Paul Taylor: Better Than Ever  
Otis Stuart
Once upon a time, back before dance had entered the market economy full-throttle, the celebration of a company anniversary was a sometime thing, generally a single memory-laden ... Issue Date: 8 / 1990

17947   Twelve Men for the Nineties  
Otis Stuart
The Joyce is a 400-seat theater in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. Host year-round to dance performances, it is a sleek, comfortable house, art deco in design with every seat ... Issue Date: 5 / 1990

17370   American Ballet Theatre Hits the Gold  
Gary Parks
One year ago, Mikhail Baryshnikov threw a cocktail party at Tiffany & Co. to publicize American Ballet Theatre''s lavish plans for its fiftieth anniversary. Six months ago, ... Issue Date: 1 / 1990

16507   Pacific Northwest Ballet: Leaping Out of the Hinterlands  
Jessica Maxwell
The Pacific Northwest Ballet (PNB) has definitely dispelled any lingering notions that Seattle is a cultural backwater. With its presentation of eight ballets at Washington, ... Issue Date: 11 / 1989

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