Netta Yerushalmy’s six-part work asks a lot of questions in this New York debut at New York Live Arts.
Speaking is not their creative medium, but Molly Lieber and Eleanor Smith realized that powerful movement “isn’t enough.”
Performers disrupt conventional alignments in Kathy Westwater’s new work. The result is diffuse, but Julius Eastman’s music provides real drama.
The dancer and choreographer will receive a two-year residency and support for a commission for New York Live Arts.
The host of American Public Media’s “Live From Here” is broadcasting weekly from Town Hall in Manhattan.
RoseAnne Spradlin’s “Y” is like a kinetic sculpture that shifts its orientation eight times.
We talked to Mr. Jones, whose work braids storytelling and movement into a theatrical collage, before marathon performances of his “Analogy Trilogy.”
For “Paramodernities,” Ms. Yerushalmy is deconstructing works by six canonical choreographers, including Alvin Ailey and Bob Fosse.
Jack Ferver’s “Everything Is Imaginable” deals with fantasy, loneliness, sexuality and the trauma of growing up gay in America.