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Dusan Tynek Dance Theatre and the four-piece string quartet ETHEL complemented each other superbly for a week at the Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

The eighth year of Fall for Dance (through Nov 6) marks a transition of sorts for the popular festival, which has by all accounts succeeded in its goal of exposing a vast range of the world's dance offerings to large New York audiences via cheap tickets.

The Fall for Dance festival has slimmed down from a free-for-all combination of "who's who" plus "who's that?" to a more curated slate of 20 companies in five programs. It's still invigorating to see such variety in one show; boredom is never an option, even if the fever has cooled.

Fall for Dance is a wildly successful annual festival at New York City Center featuring $10 tickets and an amazing range of dance companies, 28 total. Now in its fifth year, the festival – produced by Ellen Dennis – spanned ten nights, with six different programs. All three programs I saw offered intriguing variety and [...]

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