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The end of an era began two years ago when Merce Cunningham passed away. After an intense period of mourning, plans were unveiled by the company for the ominously titled "Legacy Tour," which is in its final stages, after which the company will disband.

Jonah Bokaer's new dance work, Anchises, is a subtle reminder of how navel-gazing and ego-driven our daily lives can be.

This year, on paper, Evening Stars looked a little sad. The lineup had been reduced to one company, albeit Merce Cunningham Dance Company, and just three shows. In past years, the dance series, co-presented by the River to River Festival and the Joyce Theater, has featured a number of notable companies over the course of [...]

Robert Wilson traffics in memory, controlling the passage of time and playing around with it—with us—by juxtaposing temporal spheres. In a fascinating tribute to his collaborator, Judson movement alum Suzushi Hanayagi, Wilson created with choreographer Carla Blank KOOL: Dancing in My Mind, which premiered at the Guggenheim’s Works & Process series last weekend. It was [...]

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