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Posts Tagged : doug varone

As consistently praised as Doug Varone's work is among those working in the field, his work has been largely ill-reviewed in the New York Times. So what's the deal? Is it as simple as listening to one's heart, versus one's mind?

American paintings and sculpture at the New Museum, Hungarian symphonies at Lincoln Center, Catherine Deneuve films at BAM, and more.

Faye Driscoll is the latest artist to figure out how to use DTW’s big theater to best  advantage. Her incredible dancers contributed greatly to the success of There is so much mad in me, which ran through last weekend. Driscoll says it concerns “a craving to feel, to connect through the vehicle of extreme experience.” […]

Watching a dance can sometimes leave me wondering why the choreographer created it. Often it’s during a “pure dance” work that doesn’t offer anything new, even if the technique is solid and the dancers are skilled (as is nearly always the case in New York City). Sometimes, form is enough, sometimes not. But two programs […]

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