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Posts Tagged : Bill T. Jones

There are so many talented dancers in New York City that, sadly, it’s easy to take even the finest ones for granted. New York Live Arts speaks to this in a program called "Dancer Crush."

SundayArts speaks to choreographer Bill T. Jones and associate artistic director Janet Wong about their new multimedia production, Fondly Do We Hope… Fervently Do We Pray.

A common (annoying) complaint among New York cultural critics is that there is too much going on in the city. This week, for instance, there are several dance shows that I will not see, with serious regrets. I know – everyone should have such problems. But one show that I will not miss is Bill […]

Ten years ago, it might’ve been a stretch to imagine that Bill T. Jones would be the driving force behind a potential Broadway hit, even if it had been Fela!, about the life and music of political activist and musician Fela Anikulapo-Kuti. Jones was of course a major figure in the dance world, but his […]

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