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13050   New York's Joyce Theater: Formula for Success  
Camille Hardy
The opening of the Altogether Different engagements at New York''s Joyce Theater in January is a tribute to the purpose of the Joyce as an institution built by dancers to serve ... Issue Date: 2 / 1995

13168   Boston Goes Hip-hop  
Peter Catalano
With its roots dating back to the seventeenth century, Boston''s rich cultural heritage is inevitably reflected in the arts, including such au courant forms as Modern Dance. ... Issue Date: 1 / 1995

12743   Cleveland San Jose Ballet: Two Too Terrific  
Leland Windreich
In an era when most major ballet companies are cutting operating budgets and freezing employment rosters, when many regional establishments are suspending operations, and when ... Issue Date: 12 / 1994

12314   Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company: Dance in the Desert  
Susan Tenaglia
The dance scene in the West is sizzling, thanks to a couple of adventurous company directors who pioneered Modern Dance in Utah. "When the Mormons first settled in Salt Lake ... Issue Date: 11 / 1994

12412   Broadway's Hottest Tickets  
Camille Hardy
Show Boat, opening at New York''s Gershwin Theater on October 2, is a landmark achievement in the American lyric theater as one of this century''s most substantive attempts at ... Issue Date: 10 / 1994

12546   Vinogradov's Refreshing New Fille  
Octavio Roca
The enthusiasm for using authentic instruments, so popular in recent music, has particular poignancy in dance: the instruments in question are dancers. There is no room for ... Issue Date: 9 / 1994

11550   Teamwork at the Helm: Smoother Sailing for ABT  
Camille Hardy
Partnership, trust, and integration are the principal concepts currently in operation at American Ballet Theatre (ABT), under the artistic direction of Kevin McKenzie. With ... Issue Date: 8 / 1994

11413   Kirov Tradition Comes to America: Washington's Kirov Academy  
Stephen Henkin
Classical ballet has been described as the architecture of human movement synchronizing with the movements of artistic evolution, and nothing has embodied this understanding more ... Issue Date: 4 / 1994

12102   Just Doing It: Lester Horton's Grandchildren  
Maya Wallach
From Horton''s early dance theater to Alvin Ailey''s multiethnic company to Los Angeles'' Footprints troupe today, a proud American Modern Dance tradition lives on. Lester ... Issue Date: 3 / 1994

11802   Boston Ballet Backstage: The Marks Magic  
Doris Hering
Bruce Marks, artistic director of the Boston Ballet, has a vaulting corner office on the fourth floor of the company''s Amelia Peabody Center. The uncluttered space, accentuated ... Issue Date: 1 / 1994

10258   Ballet Breathes Again  
Octavio Roca
The narrative tradition has had a tough time with the ballet intelligentsia in the United States since the 1940s. Misplaced love for the late George Balanchine aesthetic of ... Issue Date: 12 / 1993

10985   Balanchine Tradition Honored: Where Angels Tread  
Camille Hardy
With its awesome Balanchine legacy, a superb troupe, and gifted Peter Martins at the helm, the New York City Ballet stands poised for its finest season yet. This article ... Issue Date: 11 / 1993

11223   Dancing Ambassadors: U.S. Exports Change Lives Abroad  
Camille Hardy
Within the "think global, act local" mandate of the 1990s, two dance companies have become particularly significant cultural ambassadors for the United States. The Alvin Ailey ... Issue Date: 9 / 1993

21930   Gerald Arpino: New Prince at the Joffrey  
Camille Hardy
The Joffrey Ballet was born on a wing and a prayer in 1956, when the late Robert Joffrey, together with six dancers in a station wagon, embarked on a tour of twenty-three ... Issue Date: 6 / 1993

10885   Cutting Up With Tharp and Baryshnikov  
Octavio Roca
Twyla Tharp and Mikhail Baryshnikov and back together, and their Twyla & Misha Traveling Show may turn out to be the most financially successful dance venture of 1993. The ... Issue Date: 5 / 1993

10069   Paul Taylor: America's Dance Wizard  
Camille Hardy
When Paul Taylor was among the recipients of the 1992 Kennedy Center Honors--the highest award made by the United States to its artists--it seemed that this masterful ... Issue Date: 4 / 1993

10378   Chicago's Treasured Troupe: The Hubbard Street Dance Company  
Bruce Merrill
As an American dance critic who has spent the last twenty-five years in Paris, I have seen the Hubbard Street Dance Company perform in both its native Chicago and France. I first ... Issue Date: 2 / 1993

20019   Oleg Vinogradov: The Man Behind the Kirov  
Maya Wallach
Oleg Vinogradov, the 53-year-old artistic director of St. Petersburg''s Kirov Ballet, was easy to sport--all in white, except for the blue stripes on his shirt and the gold ... Issue Date: 12 / 1992

20593   Baryshnikov's Flashy Finale  
Camille Hardy
New challenges for the New York City Ballet (NYCB) and a dynamic swell to a grand finale were some of artistic director Peter Martins'' achievements with the ensemble''s spring ... Issue Date: 10 / 1992

20659   Marketing Brilliance: The ABT Under Hermann  
Camille Hardy
The American Ballet Theatre''s nine-week season (April 20-June 20) at New York''s Metropolitan Opera House seemed motivated, primarily, by marketing concerns, which gave a ... Issue Date: 9 / 1992

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