At the 92nd Street Y, the company, led by David Parker, attempted to realize scores by Mozart, Morton Feldman and Steve Reich with foot and body percussion.
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Ms. De Lavallade performs an hourlong performance, 83 years in the making.
A quaint ballet like this one, presented at the David H. Koch Theater, can be hard to nail perfectly.
The young ensemble presented two pieces characterized by overlapping solos, duets, oppositional groups and full-ensemble poses at the 92nd Street Y.
Accompanied by cello suites, Mr. Dunn’s choreography crouches, crawls and pokes beneath the vestments of propriety.
When Americans took their turn in this company’s “Hear the Dance” series, the spotlight was on the choreographer most closely connected with it.
The choreographer Ben Munisteri has re-emerged with a program at the Actors Fund Arts Center in Downtown Brooklyn.
Dancer injured, Justin Peck fills in during debut of his work at New York City Ballet